We review the Das Keyboard Prime 13.
We examine, debunk, and reframe Bloody's many claims about the B188 8 Light Strike keyboard and its optical switches.
We review the Logitech G810 Orion Spectrum, outfitted with the company’s own Romer-G switches instead of the industry standard Cherry, plus full RGB lighting.
We review Logitech's spartan-looking G610 Orion gaming keyboard. For $120, you get white backlighting and Cherry MX Brown mechanical switches.
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.
The Patriot Viper V760 is a solid mechanical keyboard, but it's entering a tough market flooded with seasoned manufacturer's of gaming peripherals.
The moderately priced Cougar Attack X3 looks to attract potential buyers with simplicity and low cost as opposed to a long string of features.
The iBuyPower MEK is actually a rebranded Gamdias Hermes Lite. It comes with TTC Red switches, and the price is right, but this keyboard has some issues.
In some ways, for those looking for a fully-featured and fun--but not too fun--mechanical keyboard, the Impact 700 may be the sweet spot.
It's not an insult to say that there's nothing extraordinary about Turtle Beach's Impact 500 keyboard. In fact, it's almost as if it was designed that way. (Also, yes, Turtle Beach makes keyboards.)
We review the full-featured Razer BlackWidow Chroma (Origin PC Edition) and the slightly less full-featured Razer BlackWidow Ultimate.
With the Moda v2, Nixeus took its relatively simple tenkeyless Moda (v1) design and refined it into something that looks significantly cleaner and more elegant. It's also rather inexpensive.
We review the Das Keyboard 4C Professional, a straightforward tenkeyless keyboard with Greetech Brown switches.