Logitech’s kick ass mechanical keyboard the G512 SE is on sale now for an impressive 40% off its retail price this Cyber Monday
Whether you’re typing or playing a battle royale, these gaming keyboards provide the best combination of responsiveness, features and style.
HyperX’s Alloy Origins mechanical gaming keyboard sports in-house switches, but what makes it great is a fine-tuning of the basics and excellent aesthetics.
Complete with a full suite of Cherry MX speed switches, this thing's ideal for any and all FPS gamers.
Analyst Ming-Chi Kuo said Apple's new MacBook keyboard with scissor switches could be delayed to late 2020.
Despite being a membrane the Corsair K57 RGB Wireless Gaming Keyboard does many things right, including consistent wireless connectivity and luscious lighting.
Logitech’s $150 G Pro X keyboard brings swappable mechanical switches into the mainstream, with options for blue, brown, or red switch types.
Razer’s latest Huntsman is compact, and packs a new optical switch with a 1mm actuation point. Is it worth the $130 price?
The Logitech MX Keys keyboard and MX Palm Rest are fitting for pros who like things simple and slim and need to control multiple PCs.
The G.Skill KM360 mechanical keyboard is pleasant to type on and just $50. But it cuts some design corners to hit that price.
SteelSeries’ Apex 7 retains the design elements we liked in the pricier Pro, along with the OLED screen. But is that enough to justify its rather high $160 asking price?
G.Skill releases the KM360, an 87-key tenkeyless mechanical keyboard with Cherry MX Keys and white LED backlighting for $49.99.
Corsair has released the K57 RGB Wireless Gaming Keyboard, It includes the bright Capellix RGB LEDs and a long battery life with Slipstream wireless technology.
Logitech announced its first ultra-thin gaming keyboards, the G915 Lightspeed Wireless and G815 Lightsync RGB, equipped with their new low-profile mechanical switches.
There's a huge amount to love about the Corsair K83, but there's also a whole host of crazy features bolted on to it that don't come close to reaching their potential.
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