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Natec Genesis RX85 RGB Mechanical Keyboard Review with Kailh Brown switches
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Natec Genesis RX85 RGB Mechanical Keyboard Review with Kailh Brown switches

Genesis was a completely unknown brand to me until they reached out, however they have been established since 2012 and appear to be a popular brand in their native country Poland. They have kindly sent me Genesis RX85 RGB Mechanical Keyboard to review which is a full-sized keyboard based on Kailh Brown switches featuring media…

Membrane versus Mechanical Keyboards – What Gives

Membrane versus Mechanical Keyboards – What Gives

Essentially used for typing, keyboards has made its way to a wide range of devices, from TV to tablets. Whatever you’re using your keyboard for, the type of keyboard you use, whether traditional or non-traditional split keyboards, each has its own pros and cons. Keyboards are pretty divided into two main groups today – mechanical…

Thermaltake TT Premium  X1 RGB Cherry Blue Switch Mechanical Gaming Keyboard
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Thermaltake TT Premium X1 RGB Cherry Blue Switch Mechanical Gaming Keyboard

I have mainly reviewed cases for Thermaltake in the past year, but they have a sub-brand called TT Premium which focusses on gaming peripherals. The TT Premium X1 RGB gaming keyboard is a feature-rich mechanical keyboard with Cherry MX Blue switches and is currently available on Scan, Overclockers and Novatech for just £99. For some…

Acer Predator Aethon 500 Mechanical Gaming Keyboard Review
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Acer Predator Aethon 500 Mechanical Gaming Keyboard Review

The Predator Aethon 500 is the second peripheral I have reviewed from Acer of the past week and is the first mechanical keyboard Acer has produced. The Acer Predator Aethon 500 ticks most of the box’s gamers want out of a keyboard nowadays, there is fully programmable RGB, programmable macro keys, mechanical switches, media keys…

HyperX Alloy FPS RGB Mechanical Keyboard Review- HX-KB1SS2-UK
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HyperX Alloy FPS RGB Mechanical Keyboard Review- HX-KB1SS2-UK

It has been a while since I have done a mechanical keyboard review and I am always keen to work with new brands and to find new options for readers. HyperX is a Kingston owned gaming brand that makes headsets, keyboards, DDR4 memory, mice and storage. They typically offer excellent value for money over some…

Logitech G810 Orion Spectrum RGB Mechanical Gaming Keyboard Review
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Logitech G810 Orion Spectrum RGB Mechanical Gaming Keyboard Review

The Logitech G810 is the bigger brother of the superb G610 I reviewed back in 2016. Currently priced at £121 on Amazon it is around £20 more than the G610. For the extra £20 you get two substantial improvements, firstly there is the full RGB with each key being able to produce 16.8 million colours….

Logitech G Unveils New LIGHTSPEED Wireless Mechanical Keyboard and Next-Generation Wireless Gaming Mouse
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Logitech G Unveils New LIGHTSPEED Wireless Mechanical Keyboard and Next-Generation Wireless Gaming Mouse

Today Logitech has announced the launch of two new products that advance high-performance wireless gaming. The Logitech® G603 LIGHTSPEED Wireless Gaming Mouse is a next-generation gaming mouse that uses Logitech G’s new advanced HERO™ optical sensor and advanced LIGHTSPEED™ wireless technology, and the Logitech® G613 LIGHTSPEED Wireless Mechanical Gaming Keyboard is a high-performance wireless keyboard…

Aukey KM-G3 Mechanical Keyboard with Outemu Blue Switches Review
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Aukey KM-G3 Mechanical Keyboard with Outemu Blue Switches Review

Aukey is not known for their mechanical or gaming keyboards, but they are a popular seller on Amazon for computer and mobile related accessories. Their first mechanical keyboard is priced at just £55.55 has RGB backlighting and features what they describe as Blue mechanical switches. Interestingly there is now mention of Cherry the main brand…

Scissor Switch vs Butterfly Keyboards

Scissor Switch vs Butterfly Keyboards

In the realm of computer peripherals, keyboards often steal the limelight for their quintessential role in interfacing with digital worlds. Amongst the various types of keyboards, the ongoing debate between Scissor Switch and Butterfly keyboards has caught the industry’s attention. Both designs come with their distinct set of advantages and downsides, but which is the…

Tenkeyless (TKL) Keyboard vs 75% Keyboard Layout

Tenkeyless (TKL) Keyboard vs 75% Keyboard Layout

I have previously reviewed some fantastic compact keyboards, including the Cherry MX 8.2 TKL, James Donkey RS4 87-Key TKL, Logitech POP Keys 75% and the 75% Vissles LP85. When comparing TKL (Tenkeyless) and 75% keyboard layouts, it’s crucial to consider the specific needs and preferences of users, especially in contexts like gaming, programming, or general…

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