The Corsair K70 RGB Pro keyboard is the one we’re reviewing today. It’s not the first one from the K70 series checked on guru3d. Previously those were K70 RGB Rapidfire Mk2, also in a low-profile version, and as a TKL, so overall, there shouldn’t be any significant surprise as far as the general concept goes. Corsair K70 RGB Pro takes some K100 RGB and (most of) K70 RGB TKL CHAMPION (already mentioned) features. The suffix “Pro” wasn’t used yet, so probably it was the right time for that.
The MSI Vigor GK50 Low Profile TKL keyboard is the one we’re reviewing today. The GK50 Low Profile is the name of it. So what are the differences here? As you’d probably know by yourself, mainly it’s the lack of the numeric part of the keyboard. Tenkeyless form factor provides a wider and larger space for your mouse swipes for the ideal gaming setup.
The MSI Vigor GK71 Sonic keyboard is the one we’re reviewing today. This is not the first time we got this manufacturer’s peripheral, as, for example, the GK80 was checked almost four years ago. What the new one has to offer? The first thing is the MSI SONIC RED switches. It’s a result of a close collaboration between Kailh and MSI. These linear switches are designed to provide seamless and instantaneous responses, minimizing finger fatigue and enhancing comfort & ergonomics during gaming sessions
In this article, we review the Corsair M65 RGB Ultra mouse. It’s an optical mouse that was launched on 21st September. It’s a new release from the M65 series, which was introduced already seven years ago. After two years – the Pro edition was introduced, and in 2019 there was an M65 RGB Elite version; what do we have now?
In this article, we review the Corsair Sabre RGB Pro Wireless mouse. It’s an optical mouse that was launched on 16th September. It’s a new release from the Sabre series, which was introduced seven years ago. This time around, it’s not a regular (wired) version called Sabre RGB Pro which was presented on 8th April, but it’s a wireless one – both of them are from the Corsair’s Champions series.
This time, we’re checking out (I think it’s the first time review on Guru3D for this type of gear) a gaming chair – it’s noblechairs HERO Black Edtion. The manufacturer is a company with headquarters in Germany, and it was established in Berlin in 2016. They have three main models (EPIC, HERO, and ICON), but they also introduce special editions(like AMG, Doom, Fallout, etc.), making the selection even harder. In general - choosing the right chair is a very important matter for daily usage, especially in these Covid times – when people have more “Home Office” and sit more at home than previously.
The Mountain Everest Max keyboard is the one we’re reviewing today. It’s not the first product of this German manufacturer that we got, as we check already the Makalu 67 mouse. But let’s get back to the keyboard topic - the first information about the Everest Max appeared on the web around March ’20. At first, it was available on Kickstarter, but it was (and is) possible to buy it on the manufacturer’s website.
In this article, we review the Asus ROG Gladius III mouse in a wired and wireless version. It's an optical gaming mouse that was launched on 15.05.2021. It's a new version of the model that was introduced already seven years ago (2014). ROG Gladius was the first gaming mouse that was made by the Republic of Gamers. Coengineered with pro gamers in the design stage, the classic, ergonomic handshape of the Gladius series has been established. Gladius is the trusted sword of the most significant Roman warrior Maximus.
Corsair has released its new K55 RGB PRO XT series keyboard. The units have overhauled aesthetics, a better price point, and more RGB lighting zone than you can imagine. The truly interesting thing however is that the keyboard is membrane-based, so no mech switches here. This 69 USD product also has six G keys that can be configured with the Elgato Stream deck software and of course, iCUE also.
In this article, we review the Corsair Katar Pro Wireless mouse. It’s an optical gaming mouse that was launched on 6.10.2020. It’s a new version of the Katar model, which was introduced 5 years ago. The Katar Pro Wireless is rather targeted at gamers, but it should also work more than fine as a regular mouse.
The Corsair K60 RGB Pro comes from a new line of devices by Corsair, and it’s the lowest-tier option in the RGB mechanical keyboards range (replacing the K65/K68 in this position). Still, you get dynamic per-key RGB backlighting (enhanced by amplified-underglow keycaps) that is fully customizable through Corsair iCUE software.
Lamptron is trying to find its new niche. They’re a company known mainly for their fan controllers – something that’s seldom used anymore, because most motherboards have fan headers now, and there are hardly any cases with 5.25”drive bays. This time, we’re checking out their LCD screen for monitoring PC h/w data, the HM101. It’s this manufacturer’s subsequent attempt at market innovation, following in the footsteps of the Lamptron SM436 PCI Fan and LED controller.
This time, we’re checking out the Corsair MM500 mouse pad. To be more specific, the product’s full name is: the MM500 Premium Anti-Fray Cloth Gaming Mouse Pad — Extended 3XL. Quite a mouthful, right? Measuring 1220 x 610mm, it’s a massive product, with a plush rubber construction, offering a comfortable surface that can easily cover your entire gaming workspace.