This accessibly priced keyboard challenges what you should expect from an “entry-level” custom mechanical keyboard.
The Corsair HS55 Wireless Core offers affordable dual-mode wireless, but falls short in sound and microphone quality.
The Elgato Wave DX offers a rich sound and a good price, but you’ll need Elgato’s Wave XLR interface to unlock its full potential.
The Corsair K100 Air Wireless RGB offers an incredibly thin form factor with a genuine mechanical keyboard feel. It comes at a high price, but is feature rich and feels great to game on.
In this guide, we’ll teach you how to arrange the case fans in your PC to unlock maximum performance.
The Beacn Mic and Mix Create are powerful content creation tools but come at a high cost and have more than their fair share of bugs.
Building a truly custom endgame keyboard doesn’t come cheap, but the results are so, so good. The Rama Works U80-A is outstanding.
The Portico75 is a good value. It sounds good, feels good, and isn’t afraid to take a few chances. Its looks are divisive but there’s a lot to enjoy.
Kono’s new switches are smooth and nice to use but lack unique character to justify their high price.
The NovelKeys NK87 - Entry Edition is a great choice if you’re willing to lube the stabilizers yourself. Long-term durability is a concern, but it’s a great onramp to the world of custom mechanical keyboards.
The Mammoth75 is an expensive, luxurious statement-maker. If you have the funds and a passion for mechanical keyboards, it’s an outstanding option.
The King Bee II from Neat Microphones is a great choice for up-and-coming content creators. It sounds great, is built like a tank, and includes needed accessories without breaking the bank.
Changing keycaps is one of the easiest ways to customize your mechanical keyboard. Here’s what you need to know to choose the set that’s right for you.