Gaming Keyboard Tag Archive

6/10
Buy from Newegg
$135

Predator Aethon 500 review: refined hardware, lacking software, oversized price

The Predator Aethon 500 is a full-size mechanical keyboard with clicky switches, dedicated macro and media controls and RGB backlighting....

Keyboards, Reviews

Buy from Amazon
£89.99

Keyboards, Reviews

Roccat Horde Aimo review: totally membranical, dude!

The Horde Aimo is an interesting proposition: an old-school membrane gaming keyboard that fills your desk,...

9.0/10
Buy from Amazon
£50

Keyboards, Peripherals, Reviews

DREVO Tyrfing V2 review

The Tyrfing V2 is a pretty complete package: a range of mechanical switches, RGB backlighting, a compact...

Keyboards, Peripherals, Reviews

Razer Blackwidow Tournament Edition Chroma Stealth review

The most ridiculously named keyboard of all time What’s in a name? When it comes to the mechanical...

Keyboards, Peripherals, Reviews

Reidea KM06 RGB mechanical gaming keyboard review: value hero

Reidea’s KM06 keyboard seems too good to be true: RGB backlighting and a full layout of mechanical...

Keyboards, Peripherals, Reviews

Speedlink Ultor review: a compact gaming keyboard that ticks all the boxes

Late last month we first reported on the Speedlink Ultor mechanical keyboard, and now a review unit has...

Hardware, Industry, News

Speedlink unveil ULTOR, a compact backlit mechanical keyboard

Speedlink impressed us with their Kudos Z-9 mouse, and now the German company is following it up with another...

Keyboards, Peripherals, Reviews

Speedlink Parthica review: big and flashy, for better or worse

The Speedlink Parthica is a big hunk of keyboard, complete with gamer-style LEDs on every side and a whole...

Keyboards, Peripherals, Reviews

QPAD MK-90 review: a worthy flagship

Today we’re looking at QPAD’s latest mechanical keyboard, the top-of-the-line MK-90. We found the...

Keyboards, Peripherals, Reviews

Element Gaming Beryllium mechanical keyboard review: the element of surprise

Today we’re taking a look at Element Gaming’s first mechanical keyboard, the Beryllium. At £80...