In today's review we are taking a look at the KB395L, a mechanical keyboard from HAVIT, a Chinese manufacturer of advanced PC peripherals. Emphasizing a minimalistic design that's only as big as it needs to be, the KB395L sports RGB backlighting, a programmable layout, and is using Kailh’s new PG1350 blue low-profile tactile switches. And, most importantly, it may just be among the finest professional mechanical keyboards we've reviewed to this day.
Azio has started to sell wireless versions of its old-fashioned typewriter-like Retro Classic mechanical keyboard. The devices look the same as their wired brethren and are available in four...8 by Anton Shilov on 2/2/2018
Today we are taking a look at the Azio Retro Classic, a mechanical keyboard designed to turn heads with its unique aesthetic design. It will certainly appeal to anybody...48 by E. Fylladitakis on 1/3/2018
Mechanical keyboards have been a part of PC computing long before many of us were born and still have a place in the market today. With laptops becoming hugely...8 by Joe Shields on 9/20/2017
Despite the mark on mechanical keyboards, not a lot of PC users have actually tried a classic mechanical typewriter, with round keys as well as the distinctive look, feel...30 by Anton Shilov on 12/9/2016
In this review we are having a look at a low-cost mechanical keyboard, the Nixeus Moda Pro. The Moda Pro is a no-frills product that is mainly targeted to...40 by E. Fylladitakis on 8/3/2016
Today we are having a look at the Viper V760, a mechanical keyboard from Patriot’s new gaming peripheral line. The Viper V760 is boasting full programmability, RGB lighting and...9 by E. Fylladitakis on 5/5/2016
In this capsule review we are having a look at Tesoro's most popular mechanical gaming keyboard, the Lobera Supreme. Tesoro's offering comes with a futuristic design and interesting features...27 by E. Fylladitakis on 4/30/2015