We tear down Kaihua's new low-profile switches: the 1232, 1350, and 1442.
The new Razer BlackWidow Ultimate is now IP54 certified. Otherwise it's the same as last year's model.
Jack Humbert of OLKB (Ortholinear Keyboards) announced that the new Planck Light is going to go on sale on Massdrop starting on November 22 at 9am EST.
As the dust (maybe) settles on the legal feud between Massdrop and Input Club, the kerfuffle may actually result in three new sets of switches.
Invented by Input Club members Jacob Alexander and Brandon Muzzin, the Hako switches are a variation on Kaihua’s Box switches and feature a vented, self-cleaning mechanism and a more stable slider.
SteelSeries’ newest keyboard, the Apex M750, is the vehicle by which the company debuted its latest switch, the QX2
Cherry, long the dominant mechanical switch maker, has cast an eye towards the DIY market by offering its switches “in different variants and as a special developer kit.”
Despite Cougar’s gaming marketing angle, a number of potential buyers are likely to be interested in these keyboards (and others like them) for daily drivers at work.
The totally not at all overly grandiosely named “Glorious PC Gaming Race GMMK TKL RGB” mechanical keyboard is now up for preorder.
The grab bag of new low-profile mechanical switches from Kaihua that we saw at Computex 2017 continue to emerge into the real world. Kaihua released pictures of its intriguing PG1442 switches.
The X-Bows is not your average mechanical keyboard, and we’re not sure whether that’s a good thing or not.
The latest round of low-profile Kailh switches (Choc PG1232), which we first saw at Computex this summer, are now officially available. We also have some specifications to share.
The barter system is alive and well in this insular, and sometimes obsessive community of keyboard enthusiasts who love keycaps. But why is it like that?