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Event Coverage

PC Show 2018 highlights

By Team HardwareZone - 3 Jun 2018

Keyboards & Mice - 2

Razer

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 at the PC 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 at the PC 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 PC Show in black, gunmetal, and quartz (pink) for S$89.90 (usual price S$129.90).

The Razer Deathadder Elite is one of the most popular gaming mice in e-sports, thanks to its comfortable ergonomic shape and high quality 10,000DPI optical sensor. Grab one at the PC Show for S$79.90 (usual price: S$109.90).

 

Steelseries

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 at the PC Show for just S$99 (usual price: S$179).

The Steelseries Apex M500 keyboard is a backlit mechanical keyboard with a sturdy steel backplate and a no frills design. It is available in Cherry MX Red or Blue switches and can be picked up at the PC Show for just S$129 (usual price S$189).

The Rival 310 is an updated version of Steelseries' very popular Rival 300 mouse with a new TrueMove3 sensor. This is Steelseries' custom version of the Pixart 3360, which is widely regarded as the best sensor on the market. The updated Rival 310 also features a redesigned, more comfortable ergonomic shape and a lighter overall build. Get one at the PC Show for S$105 and get a free QCK Mini Mousepad (worth S$14.90).

Read our full review of the Rival 310 here.

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 at the PC Show for S$159 and get a free QCK Mini mousepad (worth S$14.90).

 

Zowie

The Zowie FK, ZA, and EC-A series are the most popular mice with CS:GO and Overwatch pro-gamers for a reason. Armed with flawless Avago 3310 sensors and a driverless, no-frills approach, each mice is available in different sizes to best fit your hand. The ZA and FK series have ambidextrous designs, while the EC-A series sports an ergonomic design. All FK, ZA, and EC-A mice are available at the PC Show for just S$89 (usual price: S$109).

Read our review of the Zowie FK1 and EC1-A here.

The EC-B series is an updated version of the EC-A series with an updated PMW-3360 sensor, improved scroll wheel and side buttons, and new, faster feet. This version has the CS:GO logo on the back. Get either the larger EC1-B or smaller EC2-B at the PC Show for just S$109 (usual price: S$129).

Read our full review of the Zowie EC1-B and EC2-B here.

If you're looking for a mechanical keyboard that's a little different from everything else out there, check out the Zowie Celeritas II. The full-sized keyboard uses Flaretech optical switches that allow for a much faster confirmation of the keypress with a debouncing rate (the amount of time it takes for the key to settle) of just 0.03ms. To compare, Cherry MX switches have a debouncing rate of about 5ms. Get one from the PC Show for S$169 (usual price: S$209).

Read our full review of the Zowie Celeritas II here.