Cooler Master is working hard to distinguish itself and its products in today’s market, and it's trying to serve enthusiasts.
We list all Tenkeyless (also known as 87-key, compact, or w/o numpad) mechanical gaming keyboards currently on the market, separated by switch.
Even though the major motherboard OEMs (except Asrock) have gaming keyboards, they seem to be putting almost no resources into marketing them.
It's not just Adomax that's teasing mechanical laptop keyboard designs; iOne had one on display at Computex that appears to be even thinner.
There are four new Alienware peripherals--two mice and two keyboards--but, curiously, there are few details available about any of them.
To celebrate the launch of the brand new Viper V770 keyboard, we've teamed up with Patriot to give Tom's Hardware members a very special giveaway.
Patriot entered the gaming peripherals market last year with a keyboard, mouse, and headset. It’s now added two more keyboards to the pile.
The slew of new thin and light gaming notebooks from the likes of Acer, Asus, Gigabyte, and MSI had much in common with one another, but only Acer and MSI saw fit to include mechanical keyboards.
This year at Computex, the switch maker significantly expanded those offerings to include three more separate low-profile switch series.
Not to sound like an ad slogan, but if you liked the iconic IBM/Lenovo laptop trackball-and-touchpad combo, you’ll love the Yoda II mechanical keyboard.
Acer debuted a new Predator-branded gaming laptop called the Triton 700, an ultra-thin notebook that leverages Nvidia’s Max-Q Design and sports a programmable mechanical keyboard.
It’s rare indeed to find a mechanical switch keyboard that pledges to keep moisture at bay, so Corsair is in relatively exclusive company with its K68.
In the grand scheme of things, Riotoro is a relatively new brand in the tech space. Last year at Computex was a big debut, and the young outfit is back with more gear.
Released along with the K-Type keyboard, the two new switches were designed by Jacob Alexander of the Input Club and are manufactured by Kaihua Electronics (which makes Kailh switches).