SteelSeries is best known for their keyboards, with MSI using SteelSeries designed keyboards in their gaming laptops for quite a few years now. They have a variety of other peripherals as well, including mice, surfaces, headsets, and various gaming controllers. Focusing on just keyboards for a moment, they have two product lines, the G-LINE features mechanical Cherry MX switches while the APEX line is for users that prefer membrane switches. (Yes, apparently such people do exist.) Here's where things get interesting. At CES, SteelSeries was showing off a new mechanical switch that they worked with Kailh to design. They're calling this the Linear QS1 switch, and it's completely different from existing mechanical switches as far as I can tell. It features 3mm travel with a...

ROCCAT Ryos MK Pro Mechanical Gaming Keyboard Capsule Review

2014 is drawing to a close, and today we have a review of ROCCAT's flagship mechanical keyboard, the Ryos MK Pro. It was launched earlier this year and has...

18 by E. Fylladitakis on 12/31/2014

Logitech 2014 Switzerland Tech Day: The Hills Are Alive With The Sound Of Romer G

Now armed with their Logitech G brand for gaming for a number of quarters, Logitech invited influential media to their Daniel Borel Innovation Center in Lausanne, Switzerland, to get...

54 by Ian Cutress on 12/8/2014

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