To flesh out its growing family of mechanical keyboards, G.Skill announced the KM560, its first tenkeyless (TKL) model. It’s essentially a sawed-off version of the KM570.
The G.Skill Ripjaws KM570 offers a simple look and basic feature set at an affordable price tag. But is the quality high enough to recommend?
With a ton of features, plus several lighting and switch variants, the G.Skill Ripjaws KM780 mechanical keyboard covers a wide range of potential users.
As far as we can tell, and as far as Acer would say, the company’s mixed reality HMD is actually just a VR HMD with inside-out tracking.
Last summer at Computex, Patriot expanded its lineup of gaming peripherals and showed off what would become its new flagship mouse, the Viper V570. Now, the mouse is available, and it costs $60.
Following its endeavors into the gaming peripherals market with its two Alloy mechanical keyboards, HyperX is now officially in the mouse game.
A combination of objective tests and subjective observations determine the pros and cons of each keyboard we review. Here's an overview of our methodology.
The Patriot Viper V760 is a solid mechanical keyboard, but it's entering a tough market flooded with seasoned manufacturer's of gaming peripherals.
We've employed a texture analyzer to test mechanical keyboard switches. Here's what it can measure, and what it can't.
Logitech continues to produce new keyboards, and the latest is the G413. With this model, the company is nudging in a new direction, design-wise.
Asus announced that its tiny powerhouse VivoPC X system is available. It has a price tag ($800) and an Oculus Rift bundle deal.
Although relatively rare, split-design keyboards are not exactly novel, but there’s a new contender raising Kickstarter funds to produce one focused on gaming.
The CaptoGlove is an input device (er, garment?) meant for a variety of platforms, and the company behind it just launched a KickStarter campaign.
In recent months, Kaihua (maker of Kailh mechanical keyboard switches) has developed no fewer than eight new switches.
The modular Morpha X gaming mouse from Epic Gear was supposed to hit stores in February. Availability is now slated for mid-March, but that gave Epic Gear time to add a couple of tweaks.
We’ve been tracking Humaneye’s Vuze camera for some time. Finally, the 3D, 360-degree camera is available to the general public.
Tesoro and Gateron co-developed an optical keyboard switch for the Tesoro Excalibur SE Spectrum. But the design is not exclusive to Tesoro, meaning other keyboard makers can use them, too.
Microsoft has been diligently pushing it in that field, and to that end the company announced that it’s expanding its HoloLens Agency Readiness Partner Program to another six partners in Europe.