A Valve update had the fortuitous side effect of enabling native Steam integration for the Aimpad R5’s analog keyboard controls.
Razer produced the Yellow switch to appeal to those gamers who demand linear action. It joins the Razer Green (clicky) switch and, to a lesser extent, its silent Orange switch.
Some tech trends just sort of gently creep into view. Such is the case with the growing prevalence of new types of mechanical switches on laptops and slim keyboards.
It would appear that Tesoro has company in the (brand new) super-thin mechanical keyboard space: Azio also has a prototype, the MK-C, which is equipped with a low-profile Kailh Blue switch.
Yet another OEM known for making products other than peripherals is now making peripherals. At CES 2017, Mushkin teased its first gaming keyboard, the Carbon KB-001.
Das Keyboard has a new gaming keyboard coming, the X50, and it will be outfitted with Omron-made "Gamma Zulu" switches--which look and feel just like Logitech's Romer-G switches.
Perhaps it’s somewhat ludicrous to offer to let people hear what something “silent” sounds like, but here we are.
At CES, there are often a couple of intriguing bits of new tech we see that fly under the radar. Such was the case this year with the Lenovo Multimedia Controller.
The small but growing contingent of mechanical keyboards sporting Cherry’s MX Speed (Silver) switches got another member at CES with Cooler Master’s MasterKeys S keyboard.
It's a fifth "Ventus" mouse for Thermaltake; this one has an optical sensor and, of course, RGB lighting. Two zones.
Topre’s RealForce RGB keyboard offers you the ability to change the actuation point of the switches, and a new spacer kit lets you change the overall travel of the switches, too.
Wooting is still experiencing some issues and delays getting its groundbreaking One analog keyboard into mass production and consumers’ hands, but there’s been some progress.
Mechanical keyboards are getting slimmer and slimmer; Tesoro used super-slim Gateron switches and chiclet caps to get as low as you can go.
Epic Gear didn't have much to show in the way of new keyboards and mice at CES. Rather, it expanded the accessory line to include lots of eye candy.
Here they come: At CES, Tesoro outed the Gram SE Spectrum keyboard with the company’s own “Tesoro Optical switch technology.”
Razer is offering a reward for the return of two Project Valerie prototypes that were stolen from its press room on the CES show floor.
In a grand but mostly-empty casino hallway at CES 2017, Bertrand Nepveu showed me one of the most impressive demos of VR or AR I’ve ever seen.