NlZ Plum x87 35g Keyboard Review – A Budget Topre with Modern Features

If you wanted to try out Topre switches before, but the Topre Realforce or HHKB keyboards were too expensive or not to your liking, perhaps NIZ keyboards are for you. Today, we take a look at their TKL Plum x87, which features electrocapacitive switche…

If you wanted to try out Topre switches before, but the Topre Realforce or HHKB keyboards were too expensive or not to your liking, perhaps NIZ keyboards are for you. Today, we take a look at their TKL Plum x87, which features electrocapacitive switches built around a solid, quiet keyboard for typists and gamers alike.

NlZ Plum x87 35g Keyboard Review – A Budget Topre with Modern Features

If you wanted to try out Topre switches before, but the Topre Realforce or HHKB keyboards were too expensive or not to your liking, perhaps NIZ keyboards are for you. Today, we take a look at their TKL Plum x87, which features electrocapacitive switche…

If you wanted to try out Topre switches before, but the Topre Realforce or HHKB keyboards were too expensive or not to your liking, perhaps NIZ keyboards are for you. Today, we take a look at their TKL Plum x87, which features electrocapacitive switches built around a solid, quiet keyboard for typists and gamers alike.

CORSAIR K55 RGB PRO XT Keyboard Review

CORSAIR updates their flagship membrane keyboard with not one but two keyboards. Today, we take a look at the K55 RGB PRO XT that adds per-key RGB backlighting, new iCUE support, enhanced onboard functionality, and Elgato Stream Deck compatibility with…

CORSAIR updates their flagship membrane keyboard with not one but two keyboards. Today, we take a look at the K55 RGB PRO XT that adds per-key RGB backlighting, new iCUE support, enhanced onboard functionality, and Elgato Stream Deck compatibility with six G-keys, making this a budget powerhouse!

Building a Keyboard: Epomaker GK68XS, Akko Keycaps, Gateron Switches

Instead of reviewing someone else’s prebuilt keyboard, we today take a look at how hot-swappable switch sockets make it extremely easy to build your own. This particular article covers a 68% form factor keyboard that is put through four uncommon Gatero…

Instead of reviewing someone else's prebuilt keyboard, we today take a look at how hot-swappable switch sockets make it extremely easy to build your own. This particular article covers a 68% form factor keyboard that is put through four uncommon Gateron switches and topped off with a fairly unique set of keycaps!

Ajazz K620T 2.0 Keyboard Review

The Ajazz K620T 2.0 keyboard launches today on Kickstarter, building upon the original by adding hot-swappable switches as well as the newer Bluetooth 5.0. There are two pastel colors and switches to choose from on this device, which is designed to be …

The Ajazz K620T 2.0 keyboard launches today on Kickstarter, building upon the original by adding hot-swappable switches as well as the newer Bluetooth 5.0. There are two pastel colors and switches to choose from on this device, which is designed to be mobile first in more ways than one!

CORSAIR K65 RGB MINI Review – CORSAIR Goes 60%

CORSAIR goes from their largest keyboard, the K100, to their smallest yet. The K65 RGB MINI, a 60% keyboard with a minimalist design and an emphasis on portability, adopts the same PBT doubleshot keycaps with standard bottom-row spacing, AXON processin…

CORSAIR goes from their largest keyboard, the K100, to their smallest yet. The K65 RGB MINI, a 60% keyboard with a minimalist design and an emphasis on portability, adopts the same PBT doubleshot keycaps with standard bottom-row spacing, AXON processing for up to 8000 Hz polling, and the all-new iCUE 4 software experience!

Goldtouch Go!2 Bluetooth Wireless Mobile Keyboard Review

Goldtouch products are in use in the vast majority of the Fortune 1000 companies worldwide, and today, we aim to find out why. Their Go!2 Wireless Mobile keyboard is a portable powerhorse that offers excellent ergonomics, dual-OS support, and long wire…

Goldtouch products are in use in the vast majority of the Fortune 1000 companies worldwide, and today, we aim to find out why. Their Go!2 Wireless Mobile keyboard is a portable powerhorse that offers excellent ergonomics, dual-OS support, and long wireless connectivity. Oh, did we mention it folds in half?

Marsback M1 Keyboard Review – Custom Switches, Custom Keycaps

Marsback brought us the Zephyr mouse with the bult-in fan, and today, we take a look at their first keyboard in the Marsback M1. Will it continue the trend of wacky and novel? Read more to see how this enthusiast-grade high-end keyboard, up on Kickstar…

Marsback brought us the Zephyr mouse with the bult-in fan, and today, we take a look at their first keyboard in the Marsback M1. Will it continue the trend of wacky and novel? Read more to see how this enthusiast-grade high-end keyboard, up on Kickstarter now, fares in our detailed review.

Redragon K585 Diti Keyboard Review – One-Handed Gamepad!

Redragon has impressed us before with their peripherals hitting a nice balance between cost and features. Today, we take a look at the K585 Diti, a one-handed keyboard gamepad aiming to offer dedicated gaming customization and profiles on a smaller for…

Redragon has impressed us before with their peripherals hitting a nice balance between cost and features. Today, we take a look at the K585 Diti, a one-handed keyboard gamepad aiming to offer dedicated gaming customization and profiles on a smaller form factor.

Kinesis Gaming TKO Tournament Keyboard Review

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 Ka…

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!