Keyboards Archive

Best Large Print Keyboards for the Visually Impaired

A reality of modern living is that we need to be connected. The internet has become an essential part of everyday life. Whether you’re working with banks, government employees, or simply trying to keep in touch with your friends, being able to use a computer is a luxury you can’t afford to have. Unfortunately, computers aren’t always as accessible as they should be. This isn’t …

Review of the CORSAIR K57 RGB Wireless Gaming Keyboard

What makes one keyboard different from another? There are about a dozen different things. And those factors make up the divide between gaming keyboards, and ordinary keyboards. They make up the difference between entry-level, and mid-shelf. Depending on what you’re looking for, and how much you’re willing to spend, different boards will be better for different people. The improvement between keyboards isn’t linear. For instance, …

Review of the SteelSeries Apex Pro Mechanical Gaming Keyboard

There are several different tiers of mechanical keyboard. The entry level boards aren’t bad. They usually have weaker construction quality, and few special features, but at least you can get your hands on some nice switches. Mid-range boards tend to be even better because the quality of construction shoots up, and you typically end up with more features. That might include aesthetic features like RGB …

In-Depth Review of the VicTsing Backlit Mechanical Gaming Keyboard

Mechanical keyboards tend are more expensive than ordinary rubber dome keyboards. It takes about two seconds to figure out why, at least, once you’ve got one in your hands. Using physical mechanical switches for each of its keys, a mechanical keyboard is far more complex and difficult to construct than other keyboards. Yeah, both ordinary keyboards and mechanical boards are tasked with basically the same …

GameSir GK300 Wireless Mechanical Gaming Keyboard Review

Mechanical keyboards used to be pretty expensive. But as they’ve become far more common and far more popular, their pricing has really come down. That also means it’s been easier to get better features at lower price points, including gaming-grade wireless performance, and even a fully metallic design. But when you’re choosing something you might be using for ten years or more, it only makes …