Category: Gaming Keyboard
Logitech Craft Keyboard Review
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Logitech Craft Keyboard - A beautifully engineered wireless keyboard, and the dial is handy for creative tasks, but not worth SCORE 3/5When you’re charging for a keyboard, the marketing team has its work cut out, See that knob embedded in the top left-hand corner of the Logitech Craft? That’s ...

iKBC C104 – Excellent  Foundations
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Interface: USBKeyboard Switches: Cherry MX Brown/Blue/Red NKRO: FullDimensions: 438.5 x 136 x 41.6 mm Weight: 1.25 kg iKBC may not have the ability to make full-featured | software, but it sure knows how to deliver the utmost quality in basic user experience The gaming peripheral market is ...

SteelSeries Apex M500 Keyboard Review

Is it time for the fabled SteelSeries 6GV2 to finally step aside? Specifications • Manufacturer SteelSeries• Website: steelseries.com• Requirements: Windows 7 PC or later, Apple Mac OSX 10.8 or laterVery few people use their computer exclusively for one purpose. Even the most hardened gamers ...

Cooler Master Masterkeys Pro L Mechanical Keyboard Review

Cooler Master is a company that tries to put as much control in the hands of the end user as they can – at least, that’s their philosophy behind their Maker product range. But, quite honestly, some products are more customization than others. The Master case, for example, has lots of opportunities ...

Cooler Master MasterKeys Pro S Review

Cooler Master’s brand-new MasterKeys Pro S really takes advantage of its lack of a numeric keypad, having no extra keys or bulk and thus a very small footprint. Its minimalist aesthetics will stylistically fit practically anywhere, but belies both the quality of its materials and its surprisingly ...

Ducky Shine 5 Review

Ducky is a Chinese company with a high reputation for quality, and the Shine 5 shows why. It’s built like a brick and the feet and cable are detachable to minimise potential breakages. The dedicated volume and calculator keys in the top right add no bulk and the bezel around the keys is thin. ...

Logitech G810 Orion Spectrum Review

The G810 Orion Spectrum follows the G910 Orion Spark but, with its matt black finish and simple design, it has a more grown-up, understated feel. The material picks up fingerprints easily, but it’s undeniably solid. The feet can also be set to two different heights, which is useful, as the G810 ...

Logitech K380 Review – Wireless Convenience

One of the most universally recognisable names in tech accessories, Logitech has been creating keyboards since time immemorial. Their latest offering, the K380 Bluetooth Keyboard looks to continue their tradition of offering well-built typing devices for the masses. minimalist designThe K380 is ...

Logitech Atlas Review

Essentially a slimmed down Orion Spark, the Atlas Dawn is Logitech's latest mechanical keyboard from its vaunted G-series of gaming peripherals. Missing the macro keys and Numpad from its bigger brother, this compact keyboard is basically Logitech's version of Razer's Blackwidow Tournament Edition, ...

CM STORM QUICKFIRE XTi Review

All the glitz, none of the glam cooler master peripherals have been around for some time, providing gamers with affordable, dependable entry-level gaming hardware since the dawn of the millennium. The Quickfire lineup has sat snugly in CM Storm’s arsenal for many years, introducing its first set of ...