After an extensive period of using the Logitech Orion Spark G910 Mechanical Keyboard, we finally give our verdict. Is it the best mechanical gaming keyboard available now? Find out in this review!
The MSI GT80 has the honor of being the first ever notebook to have an integrated mechanical keyboard. That's all well and good, but does it perform as well as other gaming notebooks or is it just the first to have a mechanical keyboard but the last in other aspects?
The Cooler Master NovaTouch TLK is billed as a premium keyboard with a hefty price tag. Without frills or adequate features to prop it up, can its hybrid capacitive switch keys hold up the show? We give you our verdict from our usage experience.
Gaming has been a big theme across this year’s Computex and mechanical keyboards now seem to be the norm. However, these three boards offered just enough interesting features to stand out among the crowd.
Roccat's first mechanical gaming keyboard, the Ryos MK Pro utilizes two 32-bit ARM Cortex processors, and is the first keyboard to offer per-key illumination backlighting, allowing for a huge amount of customizability. It is available in a choice of Cherry MX Black, Red, Blue or Brown switches.
Announced earlier this year, the Logitech G710+, Logitech's first foray into mechanical gaming keyboards, incorporates Cherry MX Brown key switches. These switches are still pretty uncommon, however, they are slowly gaining acceptance among mainstream gamers. We give you our take of this mechanical gaming keyboard.
Priced at S$168, the backlit QuickFire TK mechanical keyboard comes equipped with Cherry MX Red switches, and is marketed as QuickFire Rapid's successor. Will this gaming keyboard make the cut? We give you a brief rundown from our trials.
Designed for MMO and RTS gamers, the K90 is Corsair's second stab at incorporating the Cherry MX Red mechanical key switches (the first being the K60 under the same Vengeance line) into a gaming keyboard. We find out if this backlit keyboard is worth its S$189 price tag.
These days, it is not considered extravagant for a gamer to purchase a full suite of gaming gear to arm themselves with. Here we have the Tt eSPORTS Meka, a sub-S$200 mechanical gaming keyboard by Thermaltake. Will it meet the rising expectations of gamers? We find out.
If you consider yourself a gamer, you've to be serious about the keyboard you use. Here, we assess if the Cherry MX black switches-equipped Rosewill RK-9000BL lives up to the rising standards of mechanical keyboards.