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?
We’ve been wondering where we’d see some of Kaihua’s low-profile switches pop up, and perhaps predictably, they’re appearing in a project borne of the enthusiast keyboard community.
MSI has finally taken the wraps off its GT75VR Titan gaming laptop line, officially, while failing to include a price or date of availability.
Vortex’ latest offers a rather specific 78% layout and SA profile keycap set, but it should appeal to a number of people.
Although we still don’t have specifications for the upcoming Razer Purple optomechanical keyboard switch, we now have some renders to scrutinize.
The working name is the Razer Purple switch, but whatever it ends up being called, it will be Razer's first foray into optical keyboard switches.
Essentially just a variation on a theme, Ducky announced a full-size (“100%”) version of its Ducky One TKL RGB keyboard.
HyperX, which already offered some replacement caps on one of its keyboards, is now selling the caps separately, too.
There’s retro and then there’s retro, but the version of retro that’s inspired by the look of old typewriters is alive and well in Azio's stable.
Just a few months after we first learned of new Kailhua “speed” switches, you can get them on an actual, shipping keyboard. It’s a rather non-standard keyboard, though--the ErgoDox EZ.
At Computex, Ducky once again showed off a variety of keyboard products with fun names, complex back stories, and enticing options for consumers.
It was bound to happen, but fans of more compact keyboards who also dig what Razer’s laying down will be glad to hear that there’s now a tenkeyless version of the Razer BlackWidow Chroma V2.
We examine, debunk, and reframe Bloody's many claims about the B188 8 Light Strike keyboard and its optical switches.
And then there were three--mechanical keyboards, that is--in HyperX’s growing lineup. The company has added the Alloy FPS Pro and the Alloy Elite.