The optical sensor, exclusive to SteelSeries, is called TrueMove3, and it boasts 12,000CPI and 350IPS.
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.
The long waitlist for the Input Club's WhiteFox keyboard is being addressed, as a new production run of the plank begins.
Cooler Master is working hard to distinguish itself and its products in today’s market, and it's trying to serve enthusiasts.
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.
Thermaltake loves cooling, and it loves RGB lighting, so at its booth on the Computex show floor, the company crammed as many of its RGB-lit cooling products as possible into one showcase.
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.
Hot on the heels of the official announcement about the forthcoming “Always Connected” Qualcomm Snapdragon 835-based Windows 10 laptops, Intel made its own “Always On” PC announcement.
Windows 10 laptops built on ARM chips are nigh; Asus, HP, and Lenovo have all pledged to build notebooks based on the Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 SoC. But we've heard all this before, haven't we?
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.