Gaming Keyboards

cougar-200k-gaming-keyboardBy Jake @ PureOC

Today we’re looking at the Cougar 200K gaming keyboard, an affordable board that sports rather smart styling and a couple of interesting features, such as lighting effects and anti-ghosting technology. We often see such features on expensive keyboards, but Cougar looks to be targeting gamers who are on a tight budget yet still want something capable.

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roccat-ryos-mk-pro-mechanical-gaming-keyboardBy E. Fylladitakis @ AnandTech

Today we will be looking at the Ryos MK Pro, the best mechanical gaming keyboard ROCCAT currently offers. The major selling points of this keyboard are the per-key lighting, fully programmable layout, thumb keys, and the advanced software. Some of these features are not difficult to find nowadays, but per-key lighting and fully programmable layouts were rather rare when the Ryos MK Pro was released – nearly a year ago, that is. With a retail price of $156 (depending on switch type), it remains one of the most expensive gaming keyboards currently available, forcing it to face tremendous competition from other manufacturers. Can the Ryos MK Pro compete in today’s market? We will find out in this capsule review.

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gamdias-hermes-ultimate-gaming-keyboardBy Jake @ PureOC

Gamdias is a company that is likely not well known by many computer enthusiasts, except for perhaps some of the diehards in the crowd. In truth, Gamdias has only been around for a couple years, designing keyboards (and the company) from the ground up. Needless to say, they’re up against some industry heavyweights in the peripheral market, but perhaps that also means a chance to shine. And today we’re looking at the flagship mechanical keyboard from Gamdias, the Hermes Ultimate.

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tt-esports-challenger-prime-gaming-keyboardBy David Yee @ Legit Reviews

Today, we’re giving our attention to a reasonably priced gaming keyboard from Thermaltake’s gaming division. The Tt eSPORTS Challenger Prime costs $29.99 plus $1.99 shipping at Newegg, but packs features normally expected from more expensive gaming keyboards including tri-color backlighting, dedicated macro keys, and dedicated media keys. Already, the Challenger Prime is looking like the keyboard to beat at this price.

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tesoro-excalibur-g7nl-gaming-keyboardBy Jake @ PureOC

Today we’re looking at an interesting mechanical keyboard from Tesoro, the Excalibur G7NL. Appearing to be well designed, sporting a uncomplicated design, catering to gamers who want something simple and solid, the Tesoro Excalibur G7NL has some unique features including full N-Key rollover, extensive lighting effects, and perhaps most notable, a very attractive price of only $90. Let’s delve a bit deeper and see if the Excalibur G7NL can stand out in a widening field of mechanical keyboards.

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cougar-700k-gaming-keyboardBy Stuart Davidson @ Hardware Heaven

A couple of months ago we reviewed a new mouse from Cougar and despite it being their first real entry into the high end gaming peripherals market it was rather impressive. Today in our Cougar 700K Review we find out if they can repeat that with a new high end keyboard.

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tesoro-tizona-g2n-keyboard-g2n-p-numpadBy: Chad Sebring @ TweakTown

We have you here today to not only look at the Tesoro Tizona G2N, tenkeyless, gaming mechanical keyboard, but also to check out the optional Tizona G2N-P mechanical gaming Numpad as well. So, while the G2N has its main design keeping in line with most other TKL options out there today, it also has a couple of tricks up its sleeve with the optional G2N-P. Not only can the Numpad be magnetically attached to either side of the Tizona TKL, but it also ships with its own extension cable, so you can place the G2N-P anywhere on the desk. We have a lot to go over with what Tesoro is offering, so let’s get a look at the charts, see what else is being offered, and find out what this combination is going to set you back.

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tesoro-lobera-supreme-keyboardBy Stuart Davidson @ Hardware Heaven

Today we take a look at a couple of gaming peripherals (a mechanical keyboard and mouse) in our Tesoro Lobera review. Which also features the Gandiva mouse.

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corsair-gaming-k70-rgb-keyboardBy E. Fylladitakis @ AnandTech

Today is the dawn of a new era for Corsair, as the company announced the establishment of their own gaming brand. The new division has been christened “Corsair Gaming”, and with the name comes a new department and logo. The focus will be on the development of high performance gaming peripherals. Alongside the announcement of their new department, Corsair is also releasing several new products, with the much-anticipated RGB keyboards being among them. The company dropped the “Vengeance” series name and the new keyboards are just called by the brand name and model. That means we’re now looking at the Corsair Gaming K70 RGB (and not the keyboard formerly known as Vengeance K70 RGB or some variation on that theme).

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