Bloody is a new gaming peripherals brand A4Tech recently introduced. Today, we take a look at their new B840 keyboard with the new optical Bloody LK2 switch. It promises a long lifespan, extremely fast response times, and a clicky response, which is new for optical switches.
AUKEY is a brand I have seen a lot on Amazon, mainly selling power banks and USB hubs. They have now decided to break into the peripheral market with a very affordable mechanical keyboard.
Zalman released their first high-end mechanical keyboard earlier this year with the ZM-K700M, and it was a good first attempt, but now, the brand-new ZM-K900M is here to try and impress us. It promises to be feature-packed, with multiple RGB lighting options and no software, which is a brave move!
When you hear the name G,Skill, you probably start thinking of RAM. However, they are now looking to add peripherals to their line up. They are starting with their G.Skill Ripjaws KM780 mechanical keyboard. It ticks all the boxes on paper and will hopefully impress in its review!
Fnatic a well-known eSports team with their own peripheral range has released the Gear Rush Keyboard, featuring Cherry MX switches. You also have two USB ports on the back, which you can never have enough of. Macro functionality is included too, through a software, which is optional if you don't plan on using macros.
Cooler Master is back with a new range of keyboards aptly named "MasterKeys". I got to grips with their latest TKL board, the MasterKeys PRO S RGB and put it through its paces.
AZiO have been around for some time, making some great keyboards for those who want premium features at an affordable price. They have now released the MGK L80 range, which, as their motto suggests, look "Elegantly Fierce." This range has three keyboards - a red, blue or RGB version is available.
SteelSeries has partnered with professional gamers and mechanical switch experts to come up with a brand new switch type, the QS1. With this switch and a whole host of other features, the SteelSeries APEX M800 promises to be the fastest gaming keyboard available.
The COUGAR ATTACK X3 is here for gamers who want a keyboard that is feature rich, but priced low. Fully configurable key functions, macro support, and Cherry MX switches all enable COUGAR to compete in a very lucrative market.
Corsair is back with a new version of the K70 RGB keyboard. This time, Corsiar has partnered with Cherry to create a brand-new switch type called the Cherry MX Speed RGB. This switch has been created to meet the demands of hardcore gamers who value every millisecond.
CM Storm's Quick Fire line of products includes a wealth of different options. Today, we will take a look at their fully sized multi-color backlit gaming keyboard dubbed the XTi. Like other recent Quick Fire keyboards, it uses Cherry MX key mechanisms and has a standard US-layout.
Tt eSports has hit the market with an RGB keyboard aiming to attract customers with its low price. The Tt eSPORTS Poseidon Z RGB is not only cheap, it is packed full of functions, including mechanical switches, full macro support, multiple lighting effects, and more.
Zalman has been making value-oriented keyboards for some time now. The ZM-K700M is their first attempt at a high-end keyboard. It is completely driverless and manages to offer extensive lighting effects and macro support, but is that enough to justify a $140 price tag?
Rantopad is a new player to the PC gaming peripherals market, and the MXX is their first tenkeyless keyboard. It comes with per-key backlighting and several other cool lighting effects. With a price tag of 79.99$, it is also one of the most affordable mechanical keyboards on the market.
Corsair's newest mechanical keyboard is dubbed the Strafe and features per-key back lighting, among other tricks. It is equipped with Cherry MX-switches and is supported by the Corsair CUE driver suite. At US$109, this is one feature-packed keyboard for the price.
Cougar's newest top of the line gaming keyboard is dubbed the 700K. The 700K is fully loaded with Cherry MX Red switches and comes with several extra buttons, which gives you plenty of options in terms of macro control.
CM Storm is debuting its new gaming keyboard dubbed the NovaTouch TKL. The NovaTouch TKL features Topre switches with Cherry MX-type stems, which allows for a lot of accessories to work on these Topre mechanisms. The keyboard is, as the name suggests, a ten-key-less design, which is great for all gamers with limited desk space and lan-party goers!
Corsair's newest top-of-the-line gaming keyboard, dubbed K70 RGB, gets put to the test. The keyboard features fully customizable back lighting and full n-key roll-over over USB. You also get a huge driver suite and a choice between three of the most popular mechanical Cherry MX switches.
QPAD keyboards have earned a good reputation over the past couple years, and today, we take a look at their brand-new MK-70 offering. The MK-70 fills the gap between the MK-50 and do-it-all MK-85. The MK-70 uses Cherry MX Red switches, which bodes well for its gaming performance.
Func's brand new KB-460 gaming keyboard gets put to the test. This keyboard features Cherry MX switches, macro capability and many more game-oriented features. Despite being a hardcore gaming keyboard, it also includes convenient features such as USB hub and wrist rest.
GIGABYTE put out a lot of great gaming keyboards this year. Today, we will take a look at the reasonably priced Force K7 featuring back lighting and durable scissor switches. The K7's main selling point is the ultra-short travel time of its keys. We check out how it fares against other gaming keyboard designs.
Rosewill recently updated its mechanical gaming keyboard lineup with the introduction of the RK-9100. New for the 9100-series keyboards are LED lit key modes. This keyboard features the same sturdy steel base plate design as its predecessor.
Gigabyte's newest line of gaming products, dubbed Aivia, features a rather special keyboard which is named Osmium. The keyboard features Cherry MX Red mechanical switches and an unusual amount of extra features such as macro-keys, two scroll wheels, and on-board memory to store up to six different profiles.
CM Storm's full sized Quick Fire Pro keyboard is the bigger brother of the original Quick Fire gaming keyboard. The pro version features user selectable switches and has partial backlighting. At only $99.99 the Quick Fire Pro is one of the cheaper full sized mechanical gaming keyboards with backlight.
Rosewill's attempt at a mechanical gaming keyboard could be a big success. At $79.99 and featuring user selectable Cherry MX switches it is sure to shake things up. We take the RK-9000 with Cherry MX Red switches aboard for a spin to see how it compares.