In a category with a nearly infinite number of options available, finding the right productivity-focused keyboard can be difficult. Of course, the more specific your needs, the easier time you’ll have narrowing down your choices. If you happen to be on the hunt for a Mac-specific keyboard, scope of your decision-making instantly shrinks to a much more manageable size, and you can sometimes have the opposite problem of not having enough distinct choices to consider. Enter the Macally XKEYLED, a keyboard specifically designed for use with macOS, sporting a sleek design and an impressive feature set over many competing keyboards, and at a respectable price.
VAVA Mechanical Gaming Keyboard comes out of seemingly nowhere to provide a surprising and welcome entry in the mechanical keyboard market. It’s price is mid-range for its modest offering that gives you everything you want, and nothing of what you don’t. VAVA may not have been a company you’ve heard of before, but might be one you want to pay attention to, if the Mechanical Gaming Keyboard is any indicator to their solid offerings.
GAMDIAS is a gaming hardware manufacturer you might not have heard of, or know a lot about. What you read may surprise you. Their product line is named after Greek gods, and give a unique identity. The Hermes P1 RGB keyboard is named after the god of trade, thieves, and travelers. This keyboard has incredible style and feedback, that has quickly become one of my favorite keyboards, and GAMDIAS as a company to watch for.
Razer has released a 10-keyless competitive keyboard known as the Razer BlackWidow Tournament Edition (TE) Chroma V2, and is designed for esports players of games like Overwatch and Call of Duty. It has ergonomics, and an extra-long lifespan to counter the excessive button presses it will endure over its lifetime.
Razer, a world leader in connected devices and software for gamers, today announced the Razer Ornata, a line of gaming keyboards featuring revolutionary Razer Mecha-Membrane technology.
Corsair, a leader in high-performance gaming hardware, today announced the newest entries to its celebrated line-up of mechanical keyboards, the K70 RGB RAPIDFIRE, K65 RGB RAPIDFIRE and K70 RAPIDFIRE. The first keyboards in the world to feature the all-new Cherry MX Speed switch, the Corsair RAPIDFIRE family’s linear mechanical key switches actuate at a distance of just 1.2mm. 40% Faster than a standard Cherry MX key switch, the Corsair RAPIDFIRE range gives gamers the edge when every millisecond counts and the outcome of a match rests on a single key press.
Razer, a world leader in connected devices and software for gamers, today announced the much-anticipated release of the Razer Turret, a mouse and integrated keyboard and mouse surface that together deliver the power of desktop-grade gaming peripherals into the laps of gamers. The combo was originally unveiled as a prototype in early 2015.
Danish manufacturer, SteelSeries has been dominating the market, especially in the eSports scene. Now with a bevy of hardware across headsets, mice, keyboards, mouse pads, controllers, and even apparel. SteelSeries is a brand to be reckoned with. The SteelSeries Apex M800 Mechanical Gaming Keyboard has been around for the better part of 2015, but is it one of the better keyboards you can have? Depends on your usage of this keyboard, but yes, it is.
Corsair as a brand has been expanding, most notably in the PC Gaming scene as one of the premiere hardware manufacturers. Thusly, they’ve created Corsair Gaming which includes, but not limited to their gaming mice and keyboards that have become an incredibly popular brand. The Corsair STRAFE leaves a good first impression. The presence and importance of mechanical keyboards has increased over the years, and now is the time where obtaining a mechanical keyboard has become affordable and reliable, at least with the Corsair STRAFE.