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The Das Keyboard trademark is best known for mechanical keyboards designed for the combination enthusiast and professional. For many years Metadot, the owner of the brand, has been going through the process of improving its keyboard design in a bid to bolster comfort for those who type a lot. However, the rising popularity of PC gaming and growing popularity of high-end gaming peripherals means that companies are developing solutions for this market segment. This week Metadot introduced Division Zero by Das Keyboard, the family of products designed for gamers. From Pro to Gaming The history of Das Keyboard began in 2005 when Daniel Guermeur, the owner of Metadot, decided to create a keyboard with blank keycaps in order to speed up his typing and remove the...

Logitech Formally Exits OEM Mouse Market

In a bit of news that is a sign of the times, this week Logitech announced that it had completed its exit from the OEM mouse business. The company...

39 by Anton Shilov on 1/22/2016

The Logitech MX Anywhere 2 Mouse: Portable Performance

If you are like me, you prefer to use a mouse over a trackpad. Part of this stems back to being comfortable with a desktop PC, and part of...

49 by Brett Howse on 12/17/2015

The G.Skill KM780 Mechanical Keyboard & MX780 Gaming Mouse Review

G.Skill is entering the gaming peripherals market with a new mechanical gaming keyboard and a laser gaming mouse. The KM780 is the first keyboard with Cherry MX RGB switches...

32 by E. Fylladitakis on 11/4/2015

Razer Updates The Diamondback And Orochi Gaming Mice, Releases Mobile Version Of Kraken Headphones

Today Razer is updating some of their most classic accessories. The Diamondback mouse was first released way back in 2004, and it was the first gaming mouse to feature...

25 by Brett Howse on 9/4/2015

The Cougar 600K Mechanical Keyboard & 600M Gaming Mouse Review

Our first encounter with Cougar's peripherals was just a few months ago, when we reviewed the flagship keyboard and mouse, the 700K and 700M. The 700K and the 700M...

25 by E. Fylladitakis on 6/19/2015

Cougar Computex 2015 Booth Tour: $60 Hybrid Mechanical Keyboard

Every time I go to a trade show I come back with at least one or two highlights that really impressed me. At this year's Computex one of my...

20 by Kristian Vättö on 6/9/2015

Thermaltake Computex 2015 Booth Tour

Winner of Thermaltake's modding contest As E., our case, cooling and peripheral editor, wasn't at Computex this year, I had the opportunity of meeting with most of the companies to...

20 by Kristian Vättö on 6/9/2015

Logitech G303 Daedalus Apex Capsule Review

Logitech has been making mice for about as far back as most PC users can recall, enhancing and refining the input peripheral over the years. Their new G303 Daedalus...

77 by Jarred Walton on 3/5/2015

EVGA Torq X10 Gaming Mouse Review

EVGA recently sent us their new Torq X10, a gaming mouse that also marks EVGA's first foray into the gaming peripheral market. On paper, it boasts excellent features and...

32 by E. Fylladitakis on 8/18/2014

Razer Announces Chroma Keyboard, Mouse, and Headset

Today in Cologne, Germany at Gamescom 2014, Razer revealed their latest updates for their line of peripherals. Launching with a new feature dubbed Chroma, Razer announced three updated devices...

25 by Jarred Walton on 8/13/2014

ROCCAT Announces the Nyth Semi-Modular Mouse

The world of gaming peripherals is a tricky one. There are plenty of standard off-the-shelf peripherals that will do the basic job. In order to create a brand away...

3 by Ian Cutress on 8/7/2014

Gaming Peripherals from ASUS Launched: The Gladius Mouse and GK2000 Keyboard

While we have not touched on many gaming peripherals in the past here at AnandTech, the market is a large one with major players including Logitech, Corsair, Thermaltake, Razer...

2 by Ian Cutress on 6/2/2014

Corsair Launches K70 and K95 Cherry MX RGB Keyboards, M65 RGB Mouse

We initially covered Corsair’s preview of their Cherry MX RGB project at CES, but today Corsair is formally announcing their Cherry MX RGB range: two mechanical keyboards and a...

24 by Ian Cutress on 6/2/2014

Steelseries Sensei Wireless Gaming Mouse Review

SteelSeries is a manufacturer of gaming-related peripherals and hardware with a very large selection of products. Today, we have their most advanced (and expensive) mouse, the Sensei Wireless. Can...

83 by E. Fylladitakis on 5/1/2014

Rosewill Cases, Keyboards, and More at CES

Rosewill is one of those manufacturers that seems to dabble in just about everything. We mostly know them for their cases, power supplies, keyboards, and mice, but there’s plenty...

13 by Jarred Walton on 1/14/2014

Roccat Peripherals at CES

Wrapping up the last of my Tuesday meetings (yes, I’m that far behind – I blame the “black plague” that I picked up that knocked me out for the...

3 by Jarred Walton on 1/13/2014

Hands On with Corsair at CES: RGB LED Backlit Keyboards and More

Corsair had plenty to show at their suite, but I’ll be honest: the RGB LED backlit Cherry MX switch mechanical keyboard was by far the coolest looking thing I...

14 by Jarred Walton on 1/13/2014

Corsair Showcase a Technology Smörgåsbord at CES 2014

With another year comes another Consumer Electronics Show, held in Las Vegas every January. CES represents one of the three major showcasing events in the calendar, the other...

19 by Ian Cutress on 1/7/2014

Capsule Review: Logitech's G100s, G500s, and G700s Gaming Mice

The dirty secret of gaming peripherals is that if they're good quality products in general, they're often going to be head and shoulders above hardware marketed toward the regular...

94 by Dustin Sklavos on 3/30/2013

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