We liked the Corsair Vengeance K90 mechanical gaming keyboard, but many gamers won’t want to spend the extra dosh on backlighting and 18 macro keys. For them, the Corsair Vengeance K60 may be a good bet – at £80, it’s a fair amount cheaper than the K90, but offers the same hearty helping of Cherry MX Red mechanical switches and unique aluminium design.
While they’ve been part of the PC gaming scene for as long as the genre of play has existed, it’s only in recent years with the growth of competitive gaming that the mechanical keyboards have really begun to get a look in. Yes they’re expensive, yes they tend to be relatively feature free, but they’re fast and they feel great when using them.
Today, we’re looking at the Vengeance M90. The mouse offers MMO and RTS gamers something nifty through extra buttons, rather comprehensive software and top-notch specifications.
This keyboard, the Vengeance K90, is being marketed as being ideal for RTS and MMO gamers. With a heavy complement of macro keys and Cherry MX Red switches they’ve already made a good start, but will Corsair’s debut keyboard stand up to the competition?
The Cooler Master Xornet, with its rubberised sides and compact design embodies the simplified nature that some of the popular mechanical gaming keyboards do.
Introduction A great gaming mouse is nothing without a great gaming mouse mat, which is why it’s important to buy a good mouse mat to match that fancy gaming mouse you just bought.
Introduction Similar to the recently reviewed Azurues mouse, the Isurus gaming headset is part of the Tt eSPORTS lineup, the range announced by Thermaltake at CES in 2010 to provide additional gaming peripherals for the “world e-sport gaming area” due to “constant request” from distributors and end users.