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IT Show 2018 highlights

By Team HardwareZone - 18 Mar 2018

Input Devices


The Armageddon Psychfalcon MKA-3C keyboard offers a sturdy metal build with durable KevlarTech keycaps. The keyboard has RGB backlighting and uses Outemu Blue switches, which are Cherry MX Blue clones. The switches are also hot swappable, so you can replace them with any other Cherry MX compatible switch (no soldering required!). Get one from the IT Show for S$59.90 and get a free AS-33H mousepad (worth S$39.90).

Read our full review of the Psychfalcon MKA-3C here.



The ASUS Strix Flare is a new full-size RGB mechanical gaming keyboard with dedicated media keys, a USB passthrough port and a detachable wrist rest. It's available in Cherry MX RGB Red, Blue, or Brown switches. Get one from the IT Show for S$259 (usual price: S$299) and get a free pair of cinema tickets to catch the premiere of Pacific Rim Uprising on 20th March.

The ASUS ROG Cerberus Mech RGB mechanical gaming keyboard has customizable RGB backlighting, 100% anti-ghosting N-key rollover (NKRO), and dedicated hot keys for gaming shortcuts. It is available in your choice of Kailh red or blue switches. Pick one up from the IT Show for just S$159 (usual price: S$189).

The ASUS ROG Gladius II features a unique push-fit switch socket design that lets you customize the switches under the left and mouse click. The mouse also features customizable RGB lighting, a DPI clutch button and a top-of-the-line Pixart 3360 sensor, all in an ergonomic right-handed design. Get one from the IT Show for just S$119 (usual price: S$139) and get a free pair of cinema tickets to catch the premiere of Pacific Rim Uprising on 20th March.


Cooler Master

The Cooler Master Masterkeys Pro S is a compact TKL keyboard with a matte black two-part plastic frame, and a steel plate inside for stability. The keyboard is available in Cherry MX Brown, Red or Blue switches and uses standard Cherry MX stems. On all three versions, the switch housing is transparent, which helps the LED lighting shine through. The keyboard also has full N-key rollover and anti-ghosting. Pick one up at the IT Show for S$139 (usual price S$199).

For more information on the Cooler Master Masterkeys Pro series check out our RGB mechanical gaming keyboard shootout!

The Cooler Master MasterMouse Pro is ambidextrous mouse armed with Pixart's top-of-the-line PMW-3360 sensor. It also has customizable RGB lighting and interchangeable side grips for a better in hand grip. Grab one from the IT Show for just S$69 (usual price S$89) and get a free mouse pad worth S$17.90.



Logitech's wireless MX Ergo trackball mouse delivers 20% less muscular strain compared to a regular mouse thanks to its trackball design and a unique adjustable hinge for personalized comfort. The ergonomic right-handed mouse also offers advanced tracking and a precision mode button that lets you change the speed and accuracy of your cursor for optimal control. Get one from the IT Show for S$125 (usual price S$149).

The MX Anywhere 2S uses Logitech's patented Darkfield sensor that tracks on practically anything: tables, airplane seats, even glass! The wireless mouse also has fast charging that will give it a full day of use in just three minutes, while a full charge can last up to 70 days. Grab one from the IT Show for S$99 (usual price: S$129).

If you're looking for a great gaming keyboard and mouse combo without spending too much, you can't go wrong with this bundle from Logitech that includes a G213 Prodigy keyboard and G402 Hyperion Fury mouse. Grab it from the IT Show for just S$99 (usual price: S$178).



The stylish Microsoft Arc Touch Mouse is the perfect travel companion thanks to its unique form factor that lets you flatten it to pack away, and curve it for use. You can use it just about anywhere, even on a rough wood surface or carpet, thanks to Microsoft's BlueTrack Technology. Get one from the IT Show for just S$80.90 (usual price S$85).



If you're looking for an ultra affordable keyboard with RGB backlighting and a floating style design, the Ranger Float keyboard can be picked up from the IT Show for just S$19 (usual price: S$49).



Razer's BlackWidow Tournament Edition Chroma V2 is now available in this attractive Quartz (pink) color. The TKL-size mechanical RGB keyboard has a durable steel frame and comes with a detachable magnetic wrist rest. This keyboard is available in Razer's tactile Green and Orange switches, or linear Yellow switches. Grab one from the IT Show for just S$169.90 (usual price: S$219.90).

The Razer Basilisk is Razer's newest FPS gaming mouse and uses a PMW3389-T3QU sensor - Razer's custom version of the top-of-the-line Pixart PMW3360. The Basilisk also has customizable scroll wheel resistance and a removable DPI clutch lever. Get one from the IT Show for just S$79.90 (usual price: S$109.90).

Read our full review of the Razer Basilisk here.

If you don't like ergonomic mice, the Razer Lancehead Tournament Edition uses the same PMW3389-T3QU sensor and has an ambidextrous design. It is available at the IT Show in black, gunmetal, and quartz (pink) for S$89.90 (usual price 129.90).



The Steelseries Apex 350 is a low profile membrane gaming keyboard with customizable RGB illumination zones, two USB ports, media keys, custom macros, an oversized space bar and swappable feet. Get one from the IT Show for just S$99 (usual price: S$179).

The Rival 300 is a classic FPS gaming mouse, and still popular with pro-gamers thanks to its Pixart PMW 3310 sensor, which is flawless without any acceleration, prediction or angle snapping and has a DPI range of 50 to 6,500. The mouse has a large ergonomic shape and a high profile. Pick it up at the IT Show for just S$69 (usual price: S$109.90).

For more info on the Rival 300, check out our FPS gaming mouse shootout.

The Steelseries Rival 600 is a unique customizable ergonomic mouse with two sensors: a primary SteelSeries TrueMove 3 (Steelseries' version of the Pixart 3360) and a secondary sensor dedicated to controlling lift off distance. The mouse also features a tunable weight system and customizable side grips. Get one from the IT Show for S$159 and get a free QCK Mini mousepad (worth S$14.90).

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