Posts Tagged ‘key switches’
 
 
 
Computer Accessory Reviews
 
G510s_s
G510s_s
G510s_s

Logitech G510s LCD Gaming Keyboard Review

We continue our foray into Logitech's handsome G-Line of gaming peripherals. It's interesting, Logitech's main business is far from gaming. Yet they continue to one-up other companies, whose sole biz is the manufacturing of gam...
 
Computer Accessory Reviews
 
SteelSeries Apex RAW_3
SteelSeries Apex RAW_3
SteelSeries Apex RAW_3

SteelSeries Apex [RAW] Gaming Keyboard Review

At the start of the year, during CES,  SteelSeries announced a couple dapper input solutions, which offer up a slightly different take on how gamers might take control of their games. We couldn't wait to get our greedy mitts on...
 
Accessory Reviews
 
Aivia Osmium4-s
Aivia Osmium4-s
Aivia Osmium4-s

Gigabyte Aivia Osmium Mechanical Gaming Keyboard

Just last month the PC tech masters at Gigabyte launched a duo of input devices. The Gigabyte Aivia Krypton gaming laser mouse was one-half of that duo--and a mighty half, indeed. Today I bring you the other,  an equally pitch ...

 
Computers
 
Gaming Keyboard
Gaming Keyboard
Gaming Keyboard

2012 Holiday Gift Guide: Gaming Keyboards (list)

Just like mice, keyboards are often underestimated. Don't be that shopper. This is how we take command of our expensive gaming boxes. Don't settle  for sub-par boards that lack responsiveness, induce carpal tunnel and--my ultim...
 
Computer Accessory Reviews
 
Durandal-G1NL
Durandal-G1NL
Durandal-G1NL

MaxKeyboard Durandal G1NL Mechanical Keyboard Review

Typists! Gamers! Lend me your eyes. Today I have another mechanical board upon which your probing digits can glide. Hmmm... Despite that sentence's open-ended possibilities of interpretation, it does hold true. Today I am putti...
 
Computer Accessory Reviews
 
Nighthawk-x9
Nighthawk-x9
Nighthawk-x9

MaxKeyboard Nighthawk X9 Mechanical Keyboard Review

PC gaming is a deep and vast way of life which surpasses the whims afforded a mere past time. Building a gaming PC from the ground up can be likened to a game of chess where every single move or purchase can advance or collapse...