The TKO Tournament keyboard is an extremely portable 60% form factor keyboard that emphasizes onboard functionality and programming to make this your own gaming/typing keyboard to take with you. Other features are hot-swappable switch sockets, three Kailh BOX switch options, and actual ergonomics in the case design itself!
Zergotech brings us a new take on the ergonomic keyboard with the Zergotech Freedom all the way from down under! With multiple design awards in tow, we take a close look both inside and out at what makes this split mechanical keyboard a very attractive typing experience.
EVGA refreshes their periperals lineup today, and the all-new Z20 is their flagship keyboard. There is a lot to see here, including native 4000 Hz polling, optical switches, a clean design with extra keys and volume wheel, decent software support, and a Time-of-Flight sensor that ends up being quite useful.
Varmilo is synonymous with customized, artistic keyboards that are created with specific themes in collaboration with designers and illustrators. They pair this art form with newly developed electrostatic capacitive EC V2 switches to offer an excellent typing experience as well. Today, we take a look at the TKL MA87M Beijing Opera, which aims to showcase and celebrate the Chinese Hanfu culture.
The Epoch of Makers joins the TPU review database with the Epomaker GK96S keyboard. There are so many features and options here that it might as well be a custom kit instead of pre-built, and today, we check out the special left-handed numpad version with PBT tricolor keycaps and Bluetooth 5.1 connectivity.
Vortexgear is 10 years old and wants to celebrate with us by releasing the Vortex 10. It builds upon everything the company has learned, using their 60% Poker keyboards as a base and throwing a Taiwanese kitchen sink at it with a polycarbonate case, side lighting, hot-swap switches, and extended user controls.
1STPLAYER introduces a new TKL keyboard with an interesting balance of features. You have the option of five Gateron switches, hot-swappable sockets, pre-applied Mobile oil lube, and onboard and software control. The LANG MK8 aims to interest keyboard lovers and newbies alike.
CORSAIR decided one flagship keyboard was not enough for 2020 and introduces the K100 RGB today. It checks off more features than an IKEA showroom, including an optical switch option, brand-new technology to boost USB signal strength, much improved hardware playback, and a customizable wheel!
Redragon enters our keyboard review database with the 60% form factor K530 Draconic. Available in black or white, there are also 16.8 M RGB colors to look at. This well-priced keyboard even offers excellent wired and wireless connectivity, swappable switches, and software remapping of keys!
Cooler Master's ControlPad gives you analog control on a keyboard. Gone are the days of janky movement in racing games or FPS shooters. The ControlPad is a 24-key keypad with analog control on all keys, and is backed by software that promises extreme customization for a variety of use cases, including gaming, content creation, and even medical!
ROCCAT joins the still-exclusive club of keyboard manufacturers with their own branded switches in the Titan Linear and Titan Tactile. Their Vulcan keyboards are the first to adopt them, and today we take a look at the Vulcan 120 AIMO that aims to wow you with the feature set.
Mistel introduces its largest entry to the Barocco split keyboard series in the form of the MD770. Adopting a 75% form factor, the MD770 comes in different versions of color, backlighting, connectivity, and switches to offer a more user-friendly, ergonomic keyboard with extensive onboard controls.
SteelSeries promised innovation at Computex 2019 when they introduced their new Apex keyboards. Their halo offering for the foreseeable future, the Apex Pro features Hall effect switches for customizable actuation points, an integrated OLED display for function and form, powerful software drivers, and of course RGB lighting galore.
Thermaltake carries their Level 20 branding of thick aluminium panels over to their higher-end Level 20 RGB keyboard. Coming in three switch options, including a Razer Green edition with Razer Synapse support in addition to Tt iTAKE and RGB Plus, it aims to balance hardware and software for an attractive package.
Cougar has chosen to shy away from Cherry switches in favor of their own branded ones, and designed the Ultimus RGB keyboard to be more in line with their recent angular case offerings. As the name suggests, RGB illumination is supported, with 16.8M colors, and the polling rate is 1000 Hz.
We round off our coverage of AZIO's Retro keyboard lineup with the Retro Classic BT in the Artisan edition. It features a genuine leather top cover, zinc alloy frame with a copper finish, and matching typewriter-style keycaps to provide for a stunning mechanical wireless keyboard with battery life measured in months!
We expand our coverage of Cherry first-party keyboard offerings with a detailed look at the MX Board 5.0. With five switch options and a fairly unique ergonomic perspective via a wrist rest (yes, you read it right), the MX Board 5.0 is a 108-key unit that has white backlighting and onboard controls, too.
The Durgod Taurus K320 TKL keyboard offers many switch options, including several rare Cherry variants. Build quality on this 87-key tenkeyless keyboard is good, and the software lets you easily customize the keyboard through remapping and macros.
A long overdue review in the making, we finally check out CORSAIR's low-profile mechanical keyboard. It was the first on the market with Cherry's recent low-profile switches, including the MX Low Profile Speed switch, and aims to bring all the features of the excellent K70 RGB MK.2 to those wanting a smaller full-size keyboard.
Durgod has grabbed many an eye among the enthusiast keyboard market, and today, we get to see if the brand merits the attention. We take a look at the Venus, a 60% form factor keyboard that aims to combine high build quality and customization via switch options and software drivers for a value product without seeming cheap!
Tesoro decided the Gram Spectrum series of keyboards from 2016 deserves a TKL version, and the newer Gram Spectrum TKL reaps the benefits of their updated software suite, too. It is a low-profile keyboard employing 3.5 mm travel mechanical switches while offering full 16.8 M per-key RGB backlighting and good build quality for under $100.
The KnewKey Rocksete aims to impress with both sight and sound alike, combining a typewriter-style keyboard with a JBL surround sound system. Featuring two separate batteries and two different lighting systems, the Rocksete is a fusion of two peripherals for those who are looking for a portable peripheral solution.
Thermaltake carries their Level 20 branding of thick aluminium panels over to keyboards with the Level 20 GT RGB keyboard. Coming in three switch options, including a Razer Green edition with Razer Synapse support in addition to Tt iTAKE and RGB Plus, it aims to balance hardware and software for an attractive unit.
EVGA updates their first foray into the PC keyboard market with RGB backlighting and a new software driver. The Z10 RGB offers everything but the kitchen sink, with a larger-than-full-size form factor to incorporate an LCD display, plenty of additional buttons for functionality, sliders, spare USB ports, and more!
CORSAIR kicks off their CES 2020 lineup with a refresh of their flagship K95 keyboard. The all-new K95 RGB Platinum XT builds upon the larger-than-full-size form factor with a plethora of dedicated controls to accompany not just iCUE-based software configuration, but also Elgato Stream Deck support for true gaming and streaming integration.