The main characteristic of the Vengeance K60 is that it is a no-frills mechanical keyboard for FPS games, without illumination or programmable keys. However, it’s not a simple peripheral; it comes with an anti-ghosting technology that registers up to 20 key presses at once. Of course, this is more than the user could press if he or she used all the fingers on both hands at the same time.
With its brushed aluminum chassis, the K60 is a little heavy, but the excess weight is compensated for by its compact body. In addition, it makes for a more stable keyboard on the table.
Since it doesn’t feature programmable keys, the K60 is a plug-and-play device. Of course, this means it doesn’t have a separate cluster of dedicated keys for macros, used more on MMORPGs. However, the user can still assign special actions to several regular keys inside a game’s interface, like on Battlefield 3 where he or she can set the R key for reloading a weapon, for instance.