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ZBoard Keyboard Review

Ideazon rethinks the keyboard as a dedicated controller for a variety of games, such as a shooter like Battlefield 2 and a strategy war game like Age of Empires III.

CM Storm QuickFire XT Keyboard Review

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.

SteelSeries Apex [RAW] Gaming Keyboard Review

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.

CM Storm Quick Fire TK Gaming Keyboard Review

The company releases a compact version of the Quick Fire Pro gaming keyboard that also has mechanical keys and illumination. Check out our test.

Roccat Isku Keyboard Review

The new gaming-grade model features the same EasyShift[+] technology from the Roccat Kone[+] mouse, which increases the number of programmable functions. Let’s test it.

Gigabyte Aivia Osmium Keyboard Review

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.

Roccat Valo Keyboard Review

The German company releases an illuminated keyboard featuring an LCD display and 41 macro keys. Let’s test it.

CM Storm QuickFire Stealth Keyboard Review

The company releases a compact gaming keyboard with subtle key markings that give it a “stealthy”, almost completely black, look. Read our test.

CM Storm QuickFire Pro Keyboard Review

New gaming-grade peripheral features illuminated mechanical keys on a sturdy body. Check out our test.

Thermaltake Challenger Pro Keyboard Review

Company releases gaming-grade keyboard with a top notch presentation and a few novelties like a hand cooling fan. Read our analysis.