Enthusiast custom mechanical keyboard recommendation: The Monokei Standard

Enthusiast custom mechanical keyboard recommendation: The Monokei Standard

Make an easy decision to fast-track your mechanical keyboard journey and enjoy the good stuff right out of the box -- for under S$200.
Mountain Everest 60 review

Mountain Everest 60 keyboard review: You never have to give up the numpad

The Everest 60 is a compact keyboard with a modular number pad for those who absolutely must have one.
Embarking on a custom mechanical keyboard that won't break the bank

Embarking on a custom mechanical keyboard that won't break the bank

Personalising your typing experience has never been more affordable; here's how you can own your very own bespoke custom mechanical keyboard.
Mountain Everest 60

Mountain Everest 60

The Mountain Everest 60 is a compact keyboard that packs a ton of functionality into its small form factor.
Work better with Logitech's new MX Mechanical keyboards and updated MX Master 3S mouse

Work better with Logitech's new MX Mechanical keyboards and updated MX Master 3S mouse

These mechanical keyboards are the first to appear in Logitech's high-end MX line of devices.
Tecware B68 Wireless Bluetooth Mechanical Keyboard review

Tecware B68 65% Bluetooth Mechanical Keyboard review: Wireless on a budget

Tecware's B68 Bluetooth mechanical keyboard packs a lot into its 65% form factor.
Enthusiast custom mechanical keyboard recommendation: The QK65 from Qwertykeys

Enthusiast custom mechanical keyboard recommendation: The QK65 from Qwertykeys

The QK65 from Qwertykeys is a 65% custom mechanical keyboard that punches above its price range.
NZXT's Lift mouse and Function mechanical keyboard are a great match for its cases
Vissles' new low-profile LP 85 keyboard is like a mechanical Apple Magic keyboard with RGB (Updated)

Vissles' new low-profile LP 85 keyboard is like a mechanical Apple Magic keyboard with RGB (Updated)

The Vissles LP85 is super thin and it features low-profile optical switches and RGB lighting.
NUS entreprenuers launch Wraek, the world's first force-pad gaming keyboard