Back in December we took a look at Cougar’s flagship gaming keyboard the 700K, which took home our Editor’s Choice Award. We are moving down Cougar’s gaming keyboard product stack and next up is the 600K. The 600K is a small step down from the 700K, but it still features the same aluminum chassis design, mechanical key switches, repeat rate buttons, FPS palm rest and more. The only real big difference between the 600K and 700K is that the 700K has the 6 extra programmable G keys and individual key backlighting. The 600K still makes for a really great keyboard and has a complete feature set that many gamers are going to enjoy. Read on as we take a look…
Something that we have seen over the past year is many eSports companies that have traditionally been using Cherry MX mechanical keys have developed their own mechanical keys. Tt eSPORTS is one such company and the keyboard we are taking a look at today features the Tt eSPORTS certified blue switches that are rated for 50 million keystrokes. Beyond that this keyboard is in the Tenkeyless form factor, is LED backlit and carries an industry leading 5-year warranty! How does it stack up to other gaming keyboards out there? Read on as we find out!
Although Rapoo has been around for years and are very popular in Asia and Europe, they haven’t really made a big splash in the U.S. yet. They launched their VPro gaming brand last August and brought the whole line to CES to show them off.
There are a few ASUS products available in other territories that will see a US launch in 2015. Strix Tactic Pro is a mechanical keyboard available in all flavors of Cherry MX switches (red, brown, blue). Strix Tactic Claw is a 5000dpi gaming mouse geared towards FPS players.
We mainly know CyberPowerPC for their gaming desktops, but they offer a full line of gaming laptops as well. At CES 2015 they were showing off one of the most insane laptops with an even more insane configuration! The Fangbook III Extreme is the laptop we are talking about and it was the most powerful gaming laptop at CES 2015!
Ryos MK Pro has been out for a while, so ROCCAT has decided to dress it up for 2015 in RGB and rename it Ryos MK FX. Ryos MK FX is going to retain all of the same features as Ryos MK Pro such as dual ARM processors, per-key lighting, and integrated media hub to name a few.
As broadcasting gameplay becomes more and more popular on sites like iNSTAGIB and Twitch, viewers wonder how are some broadcasters just so good at the games they’re playing. Watching someone play is only half the story, knowing how they’re playing is the other half. Tt eSPORTS looks to shine light on how gamers are playing with Poseidon Z Plus+ Smart Keyboard, and Theron Plus+ Smart Mouse.
Building on the success of their wildly popular MX switches, Cherry has developed their own house branded MX red switch equipped board, the MX Board 6.0.
Cougar is a company that we have known for mainly power supplies and cases. With the popularity of gaming and eSports it seems they want it get it on it and they have started producing gaming peripherals. From the looks of it they are taking it very seriously with some pretty impressive keyboards and mice. Today we will be taking a look at their new flagship gaming keyboard the 700K. This keyboard has a ton of great features some of them include an aluminum chassis, Cherry MX mechanical keys, 6 programmable G-keys, three different profiles and some pretty sweet backlighting. Will this keyboard get you thinking about Cougar when it comes to gaming peripherals? Read on as we find out.
Tesoro Technology USA Inc., a manufacturer of high-tech gaming products, today unveils the Tesoro Excalibur RGB LED backlit mechanical keyboard with a 16.8 million color palette. Named after the legendary sword of King Arthur, Tesoro Excalibur RGB lets gamers choose virtually any backlight color, 16.8 million.