The Horde Aimo is an interesting proposition: an old-school membrane gaming keyboard that fills your desk, yet one that includes modern RGB backlighting and unique ‘membranical’ keys. Here’s our review.Features Precision key layout: fingertip design improves key distinction and island layout resists dirt Quick-fire macros: low profile keys that prevent accidental miss-hits Improved anti-ghosting: ensures every single key stroke is registered Configurable tuning wheel & keys: on-the-fly control for multimedia, illumination and more RGB illumination: configurable multi-colour lighting with multiple zones Detachable palm rest: ergonomic design comfortable for [...]
The Tyrfing V2 is an elegant tenkeyless keyboard, with plate-mounted Cherry MX-style mechanical switches produced by Outemu floating above a black metal base. You have the option for Brown, Blue, Red or Black switches, which are tactile, clicky, soft linear and linear, respectively.
Each switch is topped by an ABS keycap, with lasered legends that allow the RGB backlighting beneath to shine through. Unlike most other mechanical keyboards, Drevo have selected a stylish capitalised typeface to label their keycaps, and have opted to spell out most keys (e.g. the Windows key is WIN, not a Windows symbol). This produces a consistent and stylish [...]
The most ridiculously named keyboard of all time
What’s in a name? When it comes to the mechanical keyboard sitting on my desk called the Razer Blackwidow Tournament Edition Chroma Stealth, there’s a heck of a lot. In fact, I reckon I can tell you everything you need to know about the good ol’ RBWTECS just by unpacking each one of these weighty terms. Let’s give it a go!
Razer is a name that carries a lot of weight in gaming circles, and not always for the right reasons. Despite (or perhaps because of) the company’s popularity, hardcore mechanical keyboard fans turn their noses up at Razer products, [...]
Reidea’s KM06 keyboard seems too good to be true: RGB backlighting and a full layout of mechanical switches for £60? Happily, this low-cost gaming keyboard avoids any major pitfalls and delivers on its promise of high-end features at a budget price.
Late last month we first reported on the Speedlink Ultor mechanical keyboard, and now a review unit has arrived at XSReviews HQ. This frameless mech certainly looks good, but can it deliver a great gaming experience? Let’s take a look.
Speedlink impressed us with their Kudos Z-9 mouse, and now the German company is following it up with another peripheral: a mechanical keyboard. It’s called the ULTOR (presumably named after the antagonists in Red Faction), and it looks pretty sweet!