The company releases a compact gaming keyboard with subtle key markings that give it a “stealthy”, almost completely black, look. Read our test.
The company releases a no-frills mechanical keyboard – without illuminated keys, nor programmable functions – in a thin body, aimed at FPS games. Let‘s test it.
The Aivia line presents another Osmium model, now with white light illumination and Cherry MX Brown mechanical switches. Let’s see our comparison between this new product with the one previously tested, by the same name.
SteelSeries has released a basic version of its Apex gaming-grade peripheral. The illuminated rubber switch keyboard features advanced macro programming in an elegant body. Let’s test it.
The company releases a compact version of the Quick Fire Pro gaming keyboard that also has mechanical keys and illumination. Check out our test.
The Gigabyte’s Aivia line presents a mechanical keyboard model with illuminated keys, audio connections, and even a USB 3.0 port. Let’s test it.
This illuminated mechanical model with programmable functions is a more advanced version of its predecessor, the QuickFire Pro. Read our evaluation.
New gaming-grade peripheral features illuminated mechanical keys on a sturdy body. Check out our test.
Corsair releases a mechanical keyboard for RPGs and strategy games within the new Vengeance brand. Check out our test.
Corsair releases a mechanical keyboard for FPS games within the new Vengeance brand. Check out our test.