Posted by: Hilbert Hagedoorn on: 08/13/2015 08:41 AM [ 10 comment(s) ]
We review the all new Strafe, a Cherry MX Red mechanical keyboard that is not only affordable, it's quite customizable as well. The Strafe comes with Cherry key switches and red LED back-lighting, that is per-key configurable. There are some more options and features improved with this basis and concept as it has a trick or two encompassed in the new design as well. Let's have a peek shall we?
Posted by: Hilbert Hagedoorn on: 11/20/2014 10:39 AM [ 19 comment(s) ]
For the true FPS gamers out there we review the Corsair Gaming M65 RGB game mouse, the device is sturdy with an aluminum design, it's aesthetically pleasing with configurable RGB LEDs and has a grip that is intensely impressive. The high DPI mouse is fully programmable, has additional thumb game buttons (programmable as well). All in all this might be one of the most impressive mouse’s we have tested to date.
We review the Corsair Gaming K70 cherry MX mechanical keyboard with the all new RGB LEDs. The K70 RGB is the successor of the REGULAR K70 in terms of the overall basis and concept, but it adds this all new feature, RGB lighting per key configurable with full RGB LED lit keys that can be animated and profiles, next to that these mechy keys also have trick or two encompassed in the new design as well. Let's have a peek shall we ?
Gigabyte released the Force K7 Stealth gaming keyboard which we review. Not a 125 EURO mechanical for a change as you know, mechanical switches make keyboards expensive, this is a 30 EUR budget gaming keyboard that has a nice style and some good features. Though not mechanical for the money it is a pretty nice deal though.
Posted by: Hilbert Hagedoorn on: 03/20/2014 10:27 AM [ 1 comment(s) ]
We review the rather colorful Corsair Raptor K40 with dome based keys and a rather wide variety of colors for backlighting of this gaming keyboard. The K40 is the first in the Raptor series. It has a very recognizable look and concept, but it adds some more features, it has LED back-lit keys that you can customize colors wise. Let's have a peek shall we?
Posted by: Hilbert Hagedoorn on: 12/24/2013 09:56 AM [ 7 comment(s) ]
We review the Gigabyte Uranium game mouse, the device is unique in the sense that it comes with an OLED display POD that will inform you of your mouse polling rate, DPI or even battery status. The high DPI mouse is fully programmable, has additional thumb game buttons (programmable as well). Being wireless the mouse is impressive and very responsive, and armed with internal memory, all in all this might be the most impressive mouse combo that Gigabyte has put on the market.
Posted by: Hilbert Hagedoorn on: 12/05/2013 09:07 AM [ 0 comment(s) ]
We test and review the Func KB-460 mechanical keyboard from FUNC. It comes with some interesting gaming features that should be appealing to you as a gamer. The Func KB-460 is a mechanical keyboard and has been equipped with RED flavored switches (preferred by many). These keys have a long life span and can withstand a severe beating bringing you the stuff you as a gamer like so much.
Posted by: Hilbert Hagedoorn on: 12/03/2013 09:58 AM [ 7 comment(s) ]
We review the Corsair Vengeance K95 mechanical keyboard with cherry red switches. The K95 is the flagship successor in the popular Vengeance keyboard series and while it uses the same basis and concept, but it adds some more features, is much more cool looking with full LED lit and programmable keys, and has a trick or two encompassed in the new design as well as programmable G keys, a feature much desired by many of you.
Posted by: Hilbert Hagedoorn on: 06/11/2013 09:04 AM [ 8 comment(s) ]
We review the Corsair Vengeance K70 cherry red mechanical keyboard. The K70 is the successor of the popular K60 in terms of the overall basis and concept, but it adds some more features, is much more cool looking with full LED lit keys and has a trick or two encompassed in the new design as well. Let's have a peek shall we ?
Posted by: Hilbert Hagedoorn on: 03/14/2013 11:45 AM [ 7 comment(s) ]
Leetgion released the El Druin game mouse which we review, the high DPI mouse is made by Leetgion, the guys behind Thermalright. The mouse has all the features you may expect from a nice game mouse at a true gamers price level. Perhaps something you want to check out ? Head on over into the review.
Posted by: Hilbert Hagedoorn on: 12/17/2012 10:10 AM [ 1 comment(s) ]
Gigabyte released the Force M7 THOR game mouse which we review, the affordable high DPI mouse has all the features you may expect from a nice game mouse at a way more affordable price level. Perhaps something you want to check out ? Head on over into the review.
Posted by: Hilbert Hagedoorn on: 10/19/2012 06:47 AM [ 28 comment(s) ]
We test and review the Gigabyte Osmium mechanical keyboard from Gigabyte's Aivia series. It comes with a lot of features that should be appealing to you as a gamer. For example integrated USB 2.0 and USB 3.0 ports (through a HUB). The Osmium is a mechanical keyboard, as such is has been equipped with RED flavored switches (preferred by many). These keys have will be long-lived and can withstand a severe beating bringing you the stuff you as a gamer like so much.
Posted by: Hilbert Hagedoorn on: 10/01/2012 06:15 AM [ 6 comment(s) ]
Gigabyte released the Krypton game mouse which we review, the device is in fact called called Aivia Krypton and it is described as a dual-chassis gaming mouse. The high DPI mouse has a switchable base and the two accessories come with either ceramic mouse feet or Teflon feet. With an adjustable weight system, long braided 2M chord, and an upgrade with lots of of memory it is just a really nice upgrade to.
We review the Cooler Master CM Storm Trigger mechanical keyboard. The Trigger as released under the CM Storm branding comes with a lot of features that should be appealing to you as a gamer. For example18K gold-plated ultra-low latency USB connectors, two integrated USB 2.0 ports through a HUB. The Trigger is also a mechanical keyboard, as such is has been equipped with Cherry Black switches. These keys have a long-lived, can withstand a good beating, the stuff you as a gamer like so much.
Keyboard kits come in all sizes, shapes and forms .. and that's next to a gazillion of manufacturers that offers them. Surprisingly enough a few weeks ago Enermax, the guys behind the best power supplies and the brightest fans also launched a keyboard/mouse combo. Briskie is all about value and as such for 25 USD/EUR you get a mouse and what we think is a very decent wireless RF keyboard.
We test the K60 gamers keyboard from Corsair. The K60 keyboard is targeted at gamers and comes with a 1 ms report rate, a 20-key rollover, USB connectivity, anti-ghosting and Cherry MX Red mechanical key switches. Hey, it's hardware for gamers, so let's check it out. Head on over to the next page where we'll have a good look at what Corsair is offering.
The Rosewill RK-9000 remains one of the best value keyboard on the market, especially now that they are available in several different types of switches. Be you gamer, typist, or some combination in between, the Rosewill RK-9000 puts one of the best mechanical keyboards out there under your fingers. We test the Rosewill against several other mechanical keyboards to find out it compares, and in the process, deep dive into the mechanical keyboard universe.
Cooler Master just released within the CM STORM line of products the Sentinel ZERO-G, an updated version of the last generation product, that TBH I still use. The Sentinel ZERO-G offers everything its older brother already has, but is tweaked, optimized and comes with a few surprises. We again spot the cute little OLED screen, adjustable weight system, superduper link braided 2M chord, and upgrade to 128kb of memory and yeah, it is just a really nice upgrade to what was previously launched.
Today we peek at a new offering from Cooler Master, the Spawn mouse that falls into the CM Storm series. It's a mouse that fits guys like myself really well, big hands thus big mouse, good rubberized grip and not too much fuzz with LEDs and pro-active stuff. It does come fully programmable and the memory inside the mouse to save it in.
We review the k8100 from Gigabyte. nothing wireless, everything wired to wipe out latency, customizable and programmable macro's, good weight responsive keys and looks that somehow resemble Ferrari's and Lamborghini cars.
We test and review the CM Storm Inferno mouse. A mouse obviously targeted at gamers, but Cooler Master diversified and refined it even a little more as it is a mouse targeted at MMO's. This gaming peripheral features a total of 11 buttons, nine of which are actually programmable, 128kb onboard memory, a Rapid Fire Tactical key and a Storm Tactics Multiplier key that gives access to 32 extra programmable outputs for macros, scripts and other unique commands. All that armed with a 4000 DPI twin laser sensor.
Meet the KM7600, 2.4GHz Wireless Deluxe Combo with Keyboard and mouse. A combo that Logitech can learn a thing or two about especially when it comes to pricing. The keyboard has many hot keys for access to multimedia and Internet browsing controls, comes in an ergonomic industrial design. Users can control individual working station easier and faster with powerful multimedia designed keyboard and DPI adjustable mouse. Keeping it all connected is a 2.4GHz Wireless Nano Receiver, with Nano referring to small we assume. The KM7600 supports 10-meter transmission with using life time up to four months.
Mionix is a Swedish company that has been around for a couple of years and as such, for a company of their stature it will be difficult, but they'll try to compete with companies such as Logitech and Razer. Mionix tries to do things differently and desires to be a leading brand in the gaming market. Today we test their high-end gaming mouse, the Mionix NAOS 5000. Let's get the e-peen specifications out of the way first; the Naos 5000 is equipped with seven programmable buttons, 5040 dpi laser sensor, 1ms response time, 40,000MHz sampling rate and a tracking speed of 5.1m/sec. Numbers yeah... but do they uphold what they claim?
Smog is one of the most extreme mouse's I have tested personally in a while and we've seen a good number of them. Smog is as versatile as can be and not only that, it's a very ergonomic mouse with a great feel and guess what, an affordable sales price as well. The Smog features an ergonomic right handed design, it has an embedded Avago 9500 laser sensor, 7+2 programmable buttons, and a DPI settings 5040 (selectable). The mouse also comes with a rubber left side grip, ceramic footpads, an adjustable weight. And sure, Macro modes for gaming profiles as well and 4-way scrolling.