Keyboard

Razer has introduced the industry’s first notebook keyboard based on optical switches. The low-profile keyboard promises tactile feedback of mechanical switches as well as near instant actuation required by gamers. The keyboard will first be used by Razer’s Blade 15 Advanced notebook with more models coming in 2020. Razer’s new optical laptop switch uses an infrared light beam to detect when a key is pressed. According to the developer, the actuation point of its switch is one millimeter, which allows gamers to input more commands in less time. Meanwhile, the switch features mechanical tactile click to provide a more comfortable typing experience than membrane keyboards. In addition to the new switches, Razer’s new noebook keyboard supports N-Key Rollover with anti-ghosting as well as Chroma RGB lighting...

The Kinesis Freestyle Edge RGB Gaming Mechanical Keyboard Review: An Ergonomic Masterpiece

Today we are taking a look at the Freestyle Edge RGB, the successor to the the first ergonomic mechanical keyboard that we ever reviewed, the Freestyle Edge. Although its...

51 by E. Fylladitakis on 7/16/2019

The 1STPLAYER Bullet Hunter MK6 Mechanical Keyboard Review: Affordable But Good

In today's review we are taking a look at the Bullet Hunter MK6, a mechanical gaming keyboard with RGB backlighting by 1STPlayer, a peripherals manufacturer based in China. The...

32 by E. Fylladitakis on 7/1/2019

ASUS ROG Launches Pink Peripherals

Pink is a color that is rarely used for PC hardware, however over the last couple of months we spotted three manufacturers adopting pink designs for desktops, laptops, peripherals...

37 by Anton Shilov on 6/26/2019

Azio’s Iris Keyboard: When Style Meets Comfort

Azio demonstrated its Iris keyboard at Computex. The new product comes in two pieces that will be sold separately: the keyboard itself (dubbed K-Pad Unit) as well as a...

7 by Anton Shilov on 6/17/2019

Logitech Unveils Slim Folio Pro Keyboard for 3rd Gen iPad Pro

Logitech this week has introduced its new keyboard cases for Apple’s latest 3rd Gen 11-inch and 12.9-inch iPad Pro tablets. The Logitech Slim Folio Pro keyboard features backlighting and...

11 by Anton Shilov on 4/4/2019

Turtle Beach Acquires ROCCAT: a New Gaming Peripherals Giant Is Born

Turtle Beach, a leading supplier of headsets and a developer of various audio technologies, this week signed an agreement to acquire ROCCAT, a maker of gaming peripherals. The move...

16 by Anton Shilov on 3/15/2019

Corsair Announces K83 Wireless Entertainment Keyboard for HTPCs: Keyboard Meets Joystick

Corsair this month has rolled out its first keyboard designed primarily for HTPCs. The K83 Wireless Entertainment Keyboard incorporates a tenkeyless keyboard using Corsair's low-profile switches, along with a...

11 by Anton Shilov on 3/12/2019

CES 2019: MSI Unveils GUNGNIR 100 Chassis and Vigor GK60 Mechanical Gaming Keyboard

MSI has added to its ever-growing range of peripherals with the new Vigor GK60 gaming keyboard. CES 2019 also marks the unveiling of its Norse mythology inspired GUNGNIR 100...

2 by Gavin Bonshor on 1/11/2019

The i-Rocks Pilot K70E Capacitive Gaming Keyboard Review: Our First Capacitive Keyboard

In today's keyboard review we are taking a look at the first capacitive keyboard that found its way into our labs, the i-Rocks Pilot K70E. The Taiwanese company managed...

28 by E. Fylladitakis on 9/21/2018

Xiaomi Unveils Its First Mechanical Keyboard with Configurable RGB Backlighting

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...

25 by Anton Shilov on 8/10/2018

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...

13 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...

19 by Ian Cutress on 2/20/2018

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