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Posted by William Lyon
on Monday, September 1, 2014 - 12:49pm
Logitech G710+

It seems that mechanical keyboards are all over the place these days. They’re becoming more mainstream and less expensive at the same time. Mechanical keyboards have also evolved right along with other gaming keyboards. They’ve got backlighting, a choice of multiple styles of Cherry MX switches and tons of added features. One such board is the G710+ from Logitech. They were kind enough to send one over for me to test out so let’s get to it!

Posted by William Lyon
on Monday, August 25, 2014 - 10:38am
Logitech G502

The computer mouse is something that’s been around since the computer itself basically. The simple computer mouse evolved from a trackball with a single button to laser mice with multitudes of buttons, adjustable DPI, scroll wheels, LCD screens and more. The mouse we’ve got today from our good friends over at Logitech falls into the latter category. Enter the Logitech G502 Proteus Core. The Logitech G502 has 5 buttons, an unlockable scroll wheel (more on that later), adjustable DPI, adjustable weights and more.

Posted by Will Lyon
on Tuesday, August 19, 2014 - 10:28am

ROCCAT is a name that hasn’t been around very long but is gaining popularity very quickly due to their extensive selection of feature-packed peripherals. I reviewed their excellent Ryos MK Glow mechanical keyboard not too long ago and I loved it. Today I’ve got their latest variant of the Ryos – the Ryos MK Pro mechanical keyboard – on the bench to check out, so let’s get to it!

Posted by Heath Coop
on Tuesday, August 12, 2014 - 11:32am
Func KB 460

Func got their start in California in 1999, making mouse pads. Relatively recently, they branched out to also make peripherals. Their line now includes mice, a headset, and a keyboard. Today, it is their keyboard that we will be looking at, the KB-460. The KB-460 is a well featured keyboard with Cherry MX Blue, Brown or Red switches.

The KB-460 we have features Cherry MX Red switches. The keys have a individual red backlighting. The keyboard is highly customizable, via 5 software controllable profiles with 10 individual key functions per profile. Profiles can be exported and imported as needed. There is also a high quality and stylish braided covering on the cable and a matte black soft touch covering on the casing. An internal USB 2.0 hub round out the feature set. It certainly looks like the Cobalt Pro is designed to game, so let us get on with the testing.

Posted by Will Lyon
on Wednesday, August 6, 2014 - 4:00am
Logitech G19s

Everyone needs a keyboard. From a cheap $10 Walmart special to get the job done to units costing hundreds of dollars, they’re everywhere and very essential. What should you spend on a keyboard? Well that’s entirely up to you. What do you want in a keyboard? Do you need something unique? Do you game? Do you like or need backlit keys? Do you like having different profiles for different games or apps and enjoy creating macros that your keyboard can save? If you said yes to all these questions then I’ve got just the keyboard you’re looking for here on my test bench today. It’s from our good friends over at Logitech and it’s their new G19s Gaming Keyboard.

Posted by Craig Deeter
on Wednesday, July 23, 2014 - 8:27am
In Win Rocker Mat 2

In Win is known primarily for their stylish and unique computer chassis, but that's not all they make. They also have a line of mouse pads known as Rocker Mats, and we are looking at the Rocker Mat 2. In Win has this to say about the Rocker Mat 2.

Posted by Heath Coop
on Monday, July 14, 2014 - 3:50am
Sentry Cobalt Pro

Founded in 2001, Sentey produces a wide range of computer components, including cases, power supplies, mice, headsets, and many more. They also produce keyboards. Their current keyboard lineup includes five different models. These models range form their entry level  Phoenix to their top of the line Crimson Pro and Cobalt Pro. It is the latter that we'll be review today.