Mistel are a company that like to release unique products. Being one of the first to release a split design mechanical keyboard in the form of the Mistel Barocco, this was improved when they added RGB functionality a short while later. Recently they have taken the Barocco down to a 60% design with low profile ..
Mistel are a company whose products I have had the pleasure of looking at a few times over the past few years. They made their entry into the mechanical keyboard market with the split designed Barocco in both RGB and non-backlit models. They have recently released the Freeboard, which was a standalone NumPad and even more recently released the 10-keyless ..
It’s been a while since my last review but GAMDIAS were kind enough to provide me with one of their HERMES M1 gaming keyboards to have a look at. This rounds off my GAMDIAS reviews for a while so I will start by saying thanks to them for sending everything they did. The Hermes M1 ..
If there were an award for most bizarre features in a keyboard, the SteelSeries Apex M800 would likely be the winner. So, keep reading and watching to find out what odd things are included with this mechanical gaming keyboard. Specifications N-Key Roll Over 256 Key Programmable Keys Full, every key re-mappable USB Hub Two ..
MISTEL Barocco an interesting take on ergonomics and compactness MISTEL are another keyboard manufacturer joining the ever-growing list of mechanical keyboard manufacturers. I was given the chance to have the first look at their Barocco 60% split design mechanical keyboard. You read that correctly, the MISTEL Barocco is a keyboard whose halves can be completely ..
Well this is a first! I was quite shocked to get an email from a Logitech representative offering me a chance to take a look at one of their new Logitech G mechanical keyboards, the Logitech G610 with Cherry MX Brown switches. It was just a few short months ago that the G610 was released, ..
A few weeks ago the Year of the Goat, this year’s Zodiac keyboard from Ducky, was released. I was exceptionally lucky to be one of the first in the UK to get one. It’s the first RGB keyboard from Ducky to be released in the UK and follows past Zodiac keyboards by having a slightly ..
It’s been a long time pestering Cooler Master, but I have finally got my hands on a Nova Touch to take a look at. A different take on the mechanical keyboard trend in effect at the moment. It features hybrid capacitive switches from Topre, rather than Cherry MX or other clone switches. They offer a ..
Wrist rests are serious business. I’d like to say that a majority of gaming (mechanical) keyboards are provided without one in the box and whilst I would like to say this is a problem that manufacturers can solve by just providing one. It has paved the way for a few select companies to make their ..
So it happened, a lovely person at Cherry got in touch and offered me a chance to take a look at the new and shiny Cherry MX 6.0 mechanical keyboard. You may have read my earlier post about it over here. I was really excited as it showed that Cherry were interested in appealing to ..
Another day, another package from Cooler Master. This time a bit more gaming orientated which is always a plus. Today I am taking a look at a combo package of peripherals, specifically the CMSTORM Octane gaming keyboard and gaming mouse. Specifications Model number SGB-3020-KKMF1 MS35 – Interface USB 2.0 DPI 500-3500 (4 levels) LED ..
It’s been a while since I have been able to review a gaming keyboard but that will change today as I review the latest keyboard from Ducky. The exceptionally compact Ducky Mini with Cherry MX Blue Switches. Ducky as you will all know are a Taiwanese computer peripheral manufacturer whose specialty is in Cherry MX ..