Trending
Heat Index
keytaku
Most Recent
 
Read More
May 8, 2019

Low-Profile Mechanical Keyboards Are Getting Really Good

Traditionally, flat keyboards are never as satisfying to type on as full-profile mechanical models with nice, chunky keycaps. But low-profile mechanical switches, like the Cherry MX models used in Cooler Master’s new line of slight keyboards, are shortening the gap.

Read more…

 
Read More
April 29, 2019

My New Favorite Keyboard Is Cute, Compact, And Completely Customizable

This is the Kira, a lovely 99-key keyboard designed by the passionate independent enthusiasts at Input Club. It’s got a striking, space-saving layout. It’s got per-key RGB lighting. It’s fully programmable. On top of all that, its mechanical switches can be swapped out on the fly without soldering. It’s an everything…

Read more…

 
Read More
February 25, 2019

One Of My Favorite Gaming Keyboards, Only Smaller

A couple of years ago, Japanese keyboard-maker Topre brought its fancy hybrid rubber dome technology to the gaming scene with the Realforce RGB. Between its amazing feel and sound and its configuration options, it’s one of the most satisfying gaming keyboards I’ve used. The only problem: I am not a fan of the number…

Read more…

 
Read More
December 19, 2018

Here’s Razer’s Xbox One Keyboard And Mouse Combo

When Microsoft announced keyboard and mouse support were coming to the Xbox One, it also announced that green and black gaming hardware maker Razer was working on something special for the console. This is that—the $250 Razer Turret wireless mouse and keyboard combo for Xbox One.

Read more…

Latest Headlines
 
 
 

Trending Topics
Tech
Gaming
Android
Apple
gear
News
TC
Deals
Google
Top Stories
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Right Now
 
 
 
 
 
 
Top Five
Heat Index
 
1
Red Dead Redemption 2 Guide: Legendary Animals, Pelts, And Where To Find Them
 
2
FiLMiC Pro adds LogV2 support for greatly improved dynamic range on latest iPhones
 
3
Black Friday Amazon UK’s Best Deals For PS4, Nintendo Switch, And PC Revealed
 
4
How a 19th-Century Teenager Sparked a Battle Over Who Owns Our Faces
 
5
Canada’s Corel is acquiring virtualization specialist Parallels in an all-cash deal