Keyboard

In the recent years Xiaomi has expanded its product way beyond smartphones, moving into a wide field of consumer electronics and doodads, covering items like air purifiers, electric toothbrushes, electric scooters, and many other products. Continuing this diversification, this week the company introduced its first mechanical keyboard aimed at gamers and featuring configurable RGB backlighting. The Xiaomi Gaming Keyboard features 104 keys backed by TTC Red switches (with a 3-mm travel distance). Under the hood, Xiaomi is using a Sonix microcontroller featuring a 32-bit Cortex-M0 core as well as a USB interface supporting a 1000 Hz polling rate. The keyboard supports 33-key rollover, which is important for FPS and RTS gamers that press multiple keys almost simultaneously. Meanwhile, it does not have programmable keys and...

Acer Spins-Off Gaming Peripherals & Smart Devices Into Premium Accesories Brand

Acer this week announced plans to spin off its gaming accessories and smart devices businesses into a new subsidiary. The new entity, tentatively called Gadget Technology Inc, will focus...

13 by Anton Shilov on 8/10/2018

Corsair Launches New K70 RGB MK.2 and STRAFE RGB MK.2 Mechanical Gaming Keyboards

Corsair recently announced the release of their new K70 RGB MK.2 and Strafe RGB MK.2 gaming keyboards. The keyboards come equipped with 100% Cherry MX mechanical switches with both...

11 by Joe Shields on 6/22/2018

Cooler Master Unveils CK620: A Thin Wireless Mechanical Keyboard

They say you can't take it with you and, when it comes to mechanical keyboards, they are usually right. While there's nothing like the feel of a good mechanical...

6 by Joe Shields on 6/7/2018

ASUS Displays New TUF Gaming Products

In another Announcement from Computex today, ASUS has shown four new peripherals designed for their new TUF gaming products in the TUF Gaming M5 mouse, K5 keyboard, H5 headset...

2 by Joe Shields on 6/4/2018

ROCCAT Launches Horde AIMO: "Membranical" keyboard

ROCCAT has unveiled their latest keyboard, the 'Horde AIMO'. The Full-size Horde features ROCCAT’s 'Membranical' keys which are claimed to combine the strengths of mechanical and membrane keys in...

5 by Joe Shields on 3/27/2018

Logitech Unveils LightSync: Syncing RGB LEDs with G560 Speakers and G513 Keyboard

Logitech has introduced its new Lightsync technology designed to add immersion to games as well as to visualize music or movie audio using RGB LEDs inside peripherals. The first...

11 by Anton Shilov on 3/21/2018

The HAVIT KB395L RGB Mechanical Keyboard Review: Marvelous Mechanical Minimalism

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...

27 by E. Fylladitakis on 3/1/2018

MSI Reveals Vigor GK80 and GK70 Gaming Keyboards: Cherry Red RGB Switches, Aluminum Chassis

Today MSI has revealed two new keyboards adding to its Gaming Gear line of peripherals in the Vigor GK70 and GK80 Gaming keyboards. Both keyboards feature a base constructed...

6 by Joe Shields on 2/28/2018

AnandTech Community Giveaway: Patriot V-Series RGB Gaming Peripherals

One of the biggest drivers in the PC market in recent years is gaming. After we scout out the parts, spend the money, build the PC, and fire it...

7 by Ian Cutress on 2/20/2018

The Kinesis Freestyle Edge Gaming Mechanical Keyboard Review: Split Ends For Combined Comfort

The Kinesis Freestyle Edge is the first ergonomic mechanical keyboard that found its way into our labs. Kinesis is a company that specializes on the design of ergonomic input...

43 by E. Fylladitakis on 2/5/2018

Azio Ships Retro Classic Bluetooth Keyboard: Expensive Luxury for Windows & Mac

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

MSI Announces Immerse GH60 Gaming Headset, Vigor GK40 Keyboard and Vigor GK40 Combo

MSI this week has announced two new products to add to its gaming peripherals lineup: the Immerse GH60 Gaming Headset, as well as new Vigor GK40 keyboard. Along with...

6 by Joe Shields on 1/31/2018

Cherry Introduces New Low Profile RGB Switches at CES 2018

This year, Cherry, one of the leaders in mechanical keyboard switches, and more often than not the ‘go-to’ for enthusiasts, is releasing a new low-profile switch. It is called...

13 by Joe Shields on 1/12/2018

Razer Announces BlackWidow Ultimate Keyboard: IP54 Dust & Splash Resistant Mechanical Keyboard

Razer this week introduced a new version of its popular mechanical BlackWidow keyboard that is splash- and dust-resistant. The BlackWidow Ultimate will be among a few IP54-certified mechanical keyboards...

5 by Anton Shilov on 11/16/2017

The Cherry G80-3494 MX Board Silent Mechanical Keyboard Review: Updating a PC Classic

Today we are taking a look at the Cherry G80-3494 MX Board Silent, a mechanical keyboard designed with professionals in mind. Based on the original Cherry G80-3000, the G80-3494...

51 by E. Fylladitakis on 9/20/2017

Logitech Announces The CRAFT Keyboard With Creative Dial Integration

Logitech has added another keyboard to its arsenal, and this time they’ve integrated an input dial into it as well. The CRAFT Advanced Keyboard is designed for “creators” in...

37 by Brett Howse on 9/4/2017

The G.Skill KM570 ΜΧ Mechanical Keyboard Review: Sturdy & Efficient

In this review we are having a look at G.Skill’s mainstream mechanical keyboard, the KM570 series. The KM570 comes with genuine Cherry MX switches and, depending on the model...

22 by E. Fylladitakis on 8/4/2017

The Kingston HyperX Alloy Elite Mechanical Keyboard Review

A few months ago, Kingston made their move into the mechanical keyboards market with the Alloy FPS, a compact, portable mechanical keyboard. Today we are having a look at...

33 by E. Fylladitakis on 7/17/2017

Corsair Launches Splash-Resistant K68 Mechanical Keyboard

This week at Computex, Corsair took the wraps off of a particularly interesting mechanical keyboard. Dubbed the K68, Corsair is dipping their toe into a feature that we almost...

6 by Ryan Smith on 6/1/2017

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