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Corsair K63 Wireless Mechanical Keyboard
Gaming

Corsair K63 Wireless Mechanical Keyboard & Lapboard Review

Corsair sells a lot of gaming keyboard, pretty much everyone I know rocks a Corsair gaming keyboard. Corsair's mechanical gaming keyboards are great, but one thing they are not is wireless, until now. Corsair announced their K63 wireless mechanical gaming keyboard earlier this year at CES and we've been testing it out for the past few weeks. While typically wireless and gaming didn't go together Corsair's new Unplug and Play initiative brings with it super-fast 1ms 2.4 GHz wireless technology. We saw this on Corsair's Dark Core RGB wireless gaming mouse and it worked flawlessly. So you are getting that great Corsair design and quality, Cherry MX mechanical switches, and no wires at all! On top of that Corsair also makes a lapboard for the K63 for all of those who want to game on a big screen on the couch. Let's jump in and see what the K63 Wireless is all about!

Tesoro GRAM XS Mechanical Keyboard
Gaming

Tesoro GRAM XS Mechanical Keyboard Review

Mechanical key switches have really evolved over the past 4 to 5 years. We only had a few switches to choose from and now we have quite a lot. The new trend you are going to see this year is thinner and low-profile mechanical switches and keyboards. Today we are actually checking out our second low-profile mechanical keyboard, which is the Tesoro GRAM XS. This keyboard features ultra low profile key switches with a chicklet style keycap. Being big fans of white keyboards Tesoro sent us the white version that features a white chassis with white keycaps.

Gaming

Bloody B930 Light Strike Optical Gaming Keyboard Review

Back at CES 2018, the ThinkComputers crew met up with the team from Bloody to check out their latest offerings aimed at the gaming community. While getting the rundown on all of their latest products, we were shown a few new keyboards that feature Bloody's Light Strike (LK) Libra technology, which uses optical detection as opposed to mechanical connections to register key presses. One of those keyboards is the B930, a ten-keyless model that includes RGB lighting, liquid spill resistance, and a sturdy metal body. We have seen many other keyboards that use non-Cherry mechanical switches, but we have yet to take a look at an optical switch keyboard that still retains the mechanical switch feel. That all changes today with our review of the Bloody B930.

Gaming

HAVIT HV-KB395L Mechanical Gaming Keyboard Review

Back in October of 2017, we looked at a mechanical gaming keyboard from a company that we hadn't really heard of before, HAVIT. Now we are in the spring of 2018 and have in our possession another mechanical keyboard from HAVIT, this time with a bit of a twist. The HV-KB395L is a low-profile mechanical keyboard that utilizes Kalih PG1350 low-profile Blue switches, resulting in a height of just 22.5mm. Add in some RGB lighting and we think the HV-KB395L might just be a winner. Let's see if our initial observations turn out to be accurate.

Hardware News

MSI Reveals the VIGOR GK80 & GK70 Gaming Keyboards

MSI is extremely proud to launch the Vigor GK80 and GK70 GAMING Keyboard as the latest additions to its Gaming Gear line of peripherals. With a strong focus on illumination using MSI's exclusive Mystic Light, both the Vigor GK80 and GK70 offer a gorgeous outlook and allow gamers to fully customize their setup down to each individual key.

Drevo Joyeuse
Input Devices

Drevo Joyeuse 96-Key Wireless Mechanical Keyboard Review

The last keyboard from Drevo that I took a look at was the Calibur, which actually turned out to be one of my favorite keyboards of 2017. So getting a new keyboard from Drevo it definitely has a lot of live up to. Today we have the Joyeuse, which is a 96-key keyboard that features low-profile mechanical switches, an aluminum alloy housing, wireless capability, white LED backlighting, and a super-thin design. Drevo tells us this keyboard is really made for office settings and typists, so we wouldn't call it a gaming keyboard, but we are going to put it through the paces...

Tesoro Gram SE Spectrum Gaming Keyboard
Gaming

Tesoro Gram SE Spectrum Gaming Keyboard Review

About a year and a half about we took a look at Tesoro's Gram Spectrum mechanical gaming keyboard. This keyboard was extremely solid, offered mechanical key switches, and a slim keycap design. The new Gram SE Spectrum from Tesoro features Tesoro's new optical switches, the same ones we saw on the Excalibur SE Spectrum. These switches use infra-red technology, which is twice as fast as traditional mechanical switches and offers advanced dust and spill resistance. Also since these switches do not have metal components, like traditional mechanical switches, there is no regular wear and tear from constant contact, which allows for a longer switch lifespan. Are you looking for a faster response than your mechanical keyboard to enhance your gaming skills? The Tesoro Gram SE Spectrum might be for you! Let's take a look...

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