Saturday, January 25, 2020


CES 2017: Corsair K95 RGB Platinum Gaming Keyboard

Corsair's latest keyboard announced at CES is the K95 RGB platinum mechanical gaming keyboard. This new keyboard is built using aircraft grade anodised aluminium...

Review: Overwatch Razer Gaming Gear

It's fair to say that this year has been dominated by Overwatch. The hype for this game was enticed by the many animation shorts...

Review: ROCCAT Skeltr

ROCCAT’s newest keyboard is the Skeltr. This is marketed as a gaming keyboard but with the added functionality of connectivity. The connectivity comes in...

Cherry MX Board 6.0 Review

Cherry is known as the manufacturer of the most widely used mechanical keyboard switch in today's keyboards such as the Corsair, but they also...

Qpad MK-95 is the First keyboard with switchable switches!

When choosing a keyboard, most gamers have a favourite switch type that give them an edge in their games. These are typically...

Destiny 2 Razer Gaming Peripherals Review

Last year we reviewed the Overwatch Razer Gaming Gear and we loved it, it was a perfect set for any Overwatch fan. This year Razer...

The Roccat Isku+ Force FX will be in stores next week!

ROCCAT’s latest keyboard is something I have been wanted in keyboards for quite some time now! They have announced their keyboard with pressure sensitive...

Review: ROCCAT Sova

With the Sova Lapboard, ROCCAT has a  new product in its portfolio, for all those want to play from their bed or couch. Featuring...

HP Omen ‘Sequencer’ keyboard review – Tripping the Light Above-Average

An attractive and well-built keyboard that flirts with perfection but gets wooed by weird design choices instead. The software suite is basic and unintuitive but functional. Its MRRP of around €180 will raise a few eyebrows but HP Omen Sequencer offers close to the premium experience you expect at that price.

AZIO have just released a Bluetooth version of its retro-inspired keyboard:...

Last year, AZIO surprised us with their Retro Classic keyboards. While most brands are moving towards hyper-futuristic designs, the brand offers a classic retro...




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