Tagged: keyboard

Pax West 2017: Logitech Showcases New LIGHTSPEED Wireless Keyboard and Mouse

LIGHTSPEED is a wireless technology created by Logitech to achieve the same level of gaming input transmission in wireless devices that you’d expect from wired ones. The goal of course is to give you gaming peripherals with no wires and, more importantly, no lag. Previous implementations of LIGHTSPEED can be...

Logitech G413 Mechanical Gaming Keyboard Enters the Fray : Gaming Keyboard Review

On April 19th, Logitech unveiled the G413 Mechanical Gaming Keyboard. This sleek and sturdy keyboard is finely tuned to a gamer’s needs. The G413 Keyboard uses Logitech’s patented Romer-G switches for amazing performance and response time with each keystroke. Designed with a brushed aircraft-grade aluminum alloy case, the G413 Mechanical Gaming Keyboard is truly sophisticated...

CES 2017: HyperX Gaming Peripheral Showcase & Kingston DTGT Drive

Kingston and HyperX, Kingston’s gaming division, each had a presence at CES 2017 in Las Vegas. Kingston Digital unveiled their latest DataTraveler USB flash drive, the DataTraveler® Ultimate Generation Terabyte (GT), coming in at 2TB. Meanwhile, HyperX announced a collection of new products in the form of the Pulsefire Gaming...

Corsair K65 RGB Review

Have you noticed that almost every new keyboard marketed toward gamers is mechanical? I have and that’s a good thing. I couldn’t help but notice the Corsair K65 RGB. I mean, look at the thing. How can you not?! First thing you probably noticed is the fact that it doesn’t...

SteelSeries Apex M800 Mechanical Gaming Keyboard Review

Once we saw the SteelSeries Apex M800 Mechanical Gaming Keyboard back at the International CES 2015, we knew we had to try it before we saw SteelSeries again at E3 2015. The Apex M800 is the upgrade to SteelSeries‘ popular original Apex keyboard which used membrane keys and hosted a...