The Drevo Calibur 72, also known as the KeyCool 72, is a compact mechanical keyboard with a couple of interesting features: Bluetooth connectivity and RGB backlighting. The former allows the Calibur to be used with a wide range of devices, from desktops and laptops all the way down to tablets and smartphones, while the latter ensures that the keyboard looks pretty. It’s also quite cheap, costing a little over £50 or $60 as of July 2017. Let’s get into our rapid-fire review.Design
In many respects, the Calibur 72 is a quite ordinary-looking black mechanical keyboard, with its titular seventy-two keys sitting atop a flat chassis with minimal bezels. [...]
Today we’re taking a look at a mid-range racing wheel and pedals, the Speedlink Trailblazer. This racing wheel certainly looks the business, but how does it perform in Dirt 4? Let’s put it to the test!Manufacturer’s features and specificationsXbox One®, PlayStation® 3, 4 and PC gaming racing wheel Minimal shifting times thanks to professional gear shifter and rapid-access shifter paddles Highly responsive gas and brake pedals Powerful vibration effects for an incredibly realistic gaming experience Ultra-precise digital D-pad 12 buttons Several remappable controls Huge 180° steering lock Adjustable sensitivity Rubberised racing-wheel rim for maximum [...]
Today we’re looking at the Finalmouse Scream One, designed by legendary Counter-Strike pro player Scream. He’s best known for his precise ‘one tap’ shooting style and the many memes it spawned (NSFW), so his mouse must be pretty good, right? Well, sure enough the Scream One is billed to be the ‘best esports mouse in the world’, thanks to its accurate 1:1 sensor, responsive firmware and extremely light weight.
MaxGaming have sent us a unit to test, so let’s see whether it lives up to the hype. We don’t expect to turn into Scream, impressive facial hair erupting as we clutch the mouse for the first time, but it could at [...]
Today we’re looking at something of an oddity: a mechanical gaming keyboard that doesn’t have backlighting! Instead, the Velator from Speedlink focuses on delivering a solid typing experience with interesting MX-style Blue Outemu switches and a solid software offering. Let’s see how it compares to other keyboards at this affordable price point of €60!Design
At first glance, the Velator is a very ordinary mechanical keyboard. It’s made from traditional matte plastic, with a slightly elongated integral palm rest.
The keyboard has the full number of keys (i.e. it has a numpad) and it is available chiefly in a German ISO layout. F1 [...]
Today we’re looking at a foldable keyboard for smartphones, tablets, laptops and indeed computers of all kinds. This particular keyboard is made by Jelly Comb, and distinguishes itself with the inclusion of touchpad and aluminium construction. Let’s check it out!Features & SpecificationsQWERTY layout with hotkeys, compatible with iOS, mac OS, Android, Windows Built-in touchpad Bluetooth 3.0 up to 15 metres Ergonomic foldable design made of aluminium Keyboard size (open): 304 x 98 x 8mm Touchpad size (open): 55 x 45mmDesign
This Jelly Comb keyboard folds up into an aluminium-wrapped rectangular prism, about the height and length of three standard [...]
The Speedlink Capo is a £20 (or cheaper!) USB microphone that can be used with the included desk stand or as a handheld unit. As this is XSReviews, our primary use case will be for PC gaming. Let’s get started!http://xsreviews.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2017/04/Recording-11.m4a Features & SpecificationsDesktop and handheld mic for PC USB connector Integrated sound chip Lightweight and ergonomic On/off switch for quick muting Secure and adjustable stand with stable base Easy plug-and-play installation Weighs 75 grams 2 metre cableDesign
The Speedlink Capo USB has a simple design, with a small but traditionally arranged hand-held microphone, held in an [...]