Gaming Keyboards Reviews
A comfortable 75% layout, foam and silicone for excellent sound dampening, and lubed, swappable switches for $159?
NZXT's new Function 2 keyboards now have extra sound dampening in their cases and up to 8,000 Hz polling rates.
The Cherry KC 200 MX is the first keyboard to ship with Cherry's new MX2A switches installed. That's it. That's the story.
Keychron is moving into gaming keyboard territory with the Lemokey L3 — a wireless mechanical TKL keyboard whose sole claim to gaming prowess is 2.4-GHz wireless connectivity.
Razer’s first hot-swappable keyboard features tactile mechanical switches and a gasket-mounted PCB, plus a polling rate of up to 8,000 Hz.
The Corsair K70 Max RGB comes with all of the bells and whistles its older sibling shipped with. However, the K70 Max RGB features magnetic switches that are incredibly smooth and highly adjustable.
Asus’s new ROG Strix Scope II 96 Wireless is a sturdily-built hot-swappable mechanical gaming keyboard with sound-dampening foam and “refined” linear switches.
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