Tuesday, February 20, 2018

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Drevo Joyeuse
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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...

CES 2018

The HyperX Alloy Elite RGB Is Finally Here!

One of the biggest questions since first showing you the HyperX Alloy Elite RGB keyboard back at CES 2017 was when is it coming out. Well this year at CES HyperX was showing off a revised version of the keyboard, but we can finally answer that question, the keyboard is available now!

Corsair K95 RGB Platinum Gaming Keyboard
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Corsair K95 RGB Platinum Gaming Keyboard Review

I don't think there is a brand that has taken over the PC and gaming market quite like Corsair did. If you didn't know Corsair started our mainly making memory. Now they are one of the top brands for PC cases, power supplies, all-in-one liquid CPU coolers, and gaming accessories. If you've built your own PC in the past few years it is very likely that you have a Corsair part in there somewhere. When it comes to their gaming keyboards their current flagship is the K95 RGB Platinum, which is jam-packed with features. This full-size keyboard can be loaded out with Cherry MX mechanical key switches, has six dedicated macro keys, per-key RGB backlighting as well as a RGB lightbar at the top of the keyboard, a large wrist rest, dedicated multi-media and volume controls, and all of this on an aircraft-grade aluminum frame. Is this the ultimate gaming keyboard? Read on as we find out!

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HAVIT HV-KB378L Gaming Keyboard Review

Today's review is brought to us by a company that has not been on our radar, HAVIT. HAVIT was founded in 1998 and has years of experience bringing PC peripherals to users at an affordable cost. Keeping up with the latest in keyboard trends, HAVIT has created the KB-HV378L, an RGB mechanical keyboard. The HV-KB378L has a 104-key layout with a few interesting design choices, so let's get right into it!

Cherry MX Board 3.0 Keyboard
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Cherry MX Board 3.0 Keyboard Review

In keyboard land there are few if any company names more recognizable than Cherry. We know them mostly for the amazing switches they produce and sell to anyone looking to make a top end deck. They of course also make full keyboards themselves and the ones we’ve reviewed here at ThinkComputers have been quite nice. Today we’re checking out one more, a business model, the MX Board 3.0. This flat top full Qwerty board isn’t likely to grab your attention if you’re a gamer. Fortunately, the 3.0 equipped with MX Brown switches, is intended for someone with a set of demands other than flashing RGB LEDs. Read along as we find out if the MX Board 3.0 should be your next business partner.

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Drevo Calibur 71-Key Mechanical Keyboard Review

Recently a company by the name Drevo contacted us to take a look at a few of their products, starting with the Calibur keyboard. This keyboard has a rather interesting design as it is even smaller than a Tenkeyless keyboard with only 71 keys. This small design will definitely appeal to people who do not want a large keyboard and keyboard purists. On top of that this is a true mechanical keyboard with RGB backlighting. The really cool thing about this keyboard is that it can be used as a wireless keyboard (via Bluetooth) or wired like any other keyboard. This is definitely going to be an interesting keyboard to take a look at so let's jump in!

AZIO Retro Classic Mechanical Keyboard
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AZIO Retro Classic Mechanical Keyboard Review

Every once in a while in the PC Industry there is a product that comes out that is truly unique. Just under a year ago we saw one such product, the AZIO MK Retro Mechanical Keyboard. This keyboard was inspired by classic typewriters with its rounded keys, chrome trim, and black keycaps. When we reviewed it we loved it and felt it was one of the more interesting products we reviewed in a while. Fast forward to today we have the next revision of the original MK Retro, The Retro Classic. It has been updated with a zinc alloy frame, genuine leather surface, mechanical key switches, and full back light illumination. These updates take the original keyboard and take it to the next level! This once again is a very unique product and AZIO was nice enough to send us a first edition run of the keyboard so we have one of the first units available. Let's jump right in and see what this keyboard is all about!

HyperX Alloy Elite Mechanical Gaming Keyboard
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HyperX Alloy Elite Mechanical Gaming Keyboard Review

Kingston has really started to separate their HyperX brand from the main Kingston brand. HyperX started with Kingston's high performance memory and then they added solid state drives, gaming headsets, gaming keyboard, mice, and more. It is a true gaming brand offering some of the best products in those categories. Today we are checking out their brand new Alloy Elite Mechanical Gaming Keyboard, which were were given a first look at back in January at CES. The Alloy Elite boasts a solid steel frame for great support and durability, Cherry MX Red mechanical key switches, red backlighting with a unique 18 LED light bar at the top of the keyboard, USB pass-through port and much more. Many gamers have been anxiously awaiting the arrival of this keyboard, is it worth the wait? Read on as we find out!

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