- News tagged "mechanical keyboard"
Wednesday, 11 Dec 2013
The successor of the Trigger keyboard includes 64KB of onboard memory so you can store profiles and key assignments, as you normally would in a regular gaming mouse. The new gaming keyboard will be available in variants that utilize Cherry MX Brown, Red, and Blue switches.
Wednesday, 4 Dec 2013
Cherry is partnering Corsair for an exclusive joint launch of Cherry MX RGB switches and keyboards in 2014. The two will first debut the Cherry MX RGB on Corsair keyboards at Corsair's press suite at CES 2014 this coming January.
Tuesday, 3 Sep 2013
With printed letters on the front of the keys instead of on the top, the QuickFire Stealth features N-key rollover, USB and PS/2 interfaces, and is tenkeyless, enabling more area for the gamer to swipe his mouse.
Monday, 26 Aug 2013
Incorporating the Cherry MX Blue switches, the fully backlit Poseidon features the essential Windows key, media keys, and support for 6-8 key rollover.
Thursday, 15 Aug 2013
Employing Cherry MX switches that are rated for over 50 million key strokes, the fully-backlit QuickFire Ultimate gaming keyboard features the essential Windows lock key, N-key rollover in USB mode, and seven multimedia shortcuts.
Thursday, 6 Jun 2013
Besides introducing the Kone Pure Optical Core Performance Gaming Mouse, an optical version of the Kone Pure, Roccat will be showcasing an enhanced demonstration of the Ryos MK Pro Mechanical Gaming Keyboard With Per-key Illumination.
Monday, 3 Jun 2013
Cougar will be unleashing a new line of gaming peripherals at Computex 2013. In addition to keyboards and mice, a chassis, PSUs, and other gaming products are set to be showcased as well.
Tuesday, 8 Jan 2013
Logitech has announced the Logitech G710+, a mechanical gaming keyboard which offers high-speed, low-noise mechanical keys and adjustable dual-zone backlighting.
Thursday, 26 Jul 2012
Razer has announced improvements to its BlackWidow mechanical keyboard range, as well as a new, more affordable, Tournament edition.
Thursday, 7 Jun 2012
We love mechanical keyboards because they just feel so much more pleasant to type on, so we just had to check out Ducky's limited edition Year of the Dragon keyboard at Computex 2012.