Quality keyboards today don't always have to come with RGB lights to make them desirable. Attributes such as Cherry MX switches, thicker keycaps, on-board FN adjustments, & sturdy build design are more functional than cosmetic. Just like a mystic reading minds Cooler Master has constructed such a peripheral. The MasterKeys L with PBT Keycaps that they have sent to Proclockers to inspect their handiwork.
Competitive gaming has been around since about 30 seconds after the first multi-player computer game was compiled, and has finally gained main-stream attention in the last several years with the recognition of E-sports. Millions of gamers go toe to toe around the world every day across many genera’s, but none require the split second precision and timing of First Person Shooters. A single millisecond delay anywhere can mean the difference between a win and a loss, and where the proverbial ‘rubber meets the road’ for most is the humble keyboard. There are a great many gaming oriented keyboards on the market with a myriad of ‘features’ targeted at gamers in general. Lights, Macro keys, and many other gimmicks just don’t apply to the FPS gamer who values speed and accuracy above all else. Kingston might have the answer in their new HyperX Alloy FPS mechanical keyboard. A slim profile for maximum portability and mouse area on your desk, as well as lightning fast Cherry MX Blue switches lurking beneath no-slip textured keycaps in the most critical areas might make this the ultimate weapon in the FPS gamer’s arsenal.
Faced with the challenge of trying to squeeze a win out of a cramped laptop keyboard? So what’s a mobile gamer to do? aLLreli just might have your answer with the T9 Plus single-handed mechanical gaming keypad. Follow us today as we check out the aLLreli T9 Plus mechanical keyboard.
Regular Pro-Clockers readers know the ROCCAT name. We've reviewed many of their products in the past and have had absolutely nothing bad to say about any of them. I've had the pleasure of reviewing many of the Ryos series mechanical keyboards as well. Well today we're back for another installment of the ROCCAT Ryos keyboard review, but we'll be looking at their Ryos TKL Pro mechanical board this time. The Ryos TKL packs a lot of the features of the other Ryos boards we've looked at but with one huge difference - it's missing the entire number pad section - hence the "TKL" or "Ten Key Less." Let's check it out now.
We recently took a look at the COUGAR 600K mechanical gaming keyboard and now we've got it's little brother in the shop - the 500K gaming keyboard. The 500K is similar to the 600K in looks and layout but where the 600K lacks in software controls and full backlighting the 500K shines with the exception of the use of a membrane keyboard instead of mechanical switches. COUGAR was kind enough to send us one to check out for you guys so let's take a look at it now.
Gaming keyboards are everywhere these days. Membrane switches, mechanical switches, no backlighting, partial backlighting, full-color backlighting, selectable backlighting, software enhancements, etc. The list goes on. There's just so many options out there for a gaming keyboard. Our friends over at COUGAR have opted for something a little different. A gaming keyboard that's pure gaming. No fancy software, mechanical switches, brushed aluminum main body and modest single-color backlighting. What is this monstrosity you ask? Well my friends the answer is the COUGAR 600K mechanical gaming keyboard. COUGAR was kind enough to send us one to check out so let's get to it!