Logitech and Razer both have some pretty awesome gaming peripherals. Whether you’re playing games or getting real work done, they’re both great options. The software they use have some small, but important differences. Here’s how they stack up against each other.
Redditor Gioppi wanted an arcade fight stick, so he built one out of an old keyboard, some cardboard and a broken pencil. It’s not very good.
I would play PC games in the living room all day long if I could just find a comfortable, no-compromise solution for mouse and keyboard placement. Perhaps Roccat's Sova will do the trick.
Who says a tablet-sized keyboard has to be rectangular, lifeless, and look like the inside of a leather case? Not Mad Catz. I reckon if they did say that it could potentially mess with the sales of the S.T.R.I.K.E.M mobile keyboard, coming this holiday season to a hand near you.
Almost 20,000 votes later, the Razer BlackWidow mechanical gaming keyboard took down the victory with 57% of the vote. The BlackWidow comes in a variety of models, all of which can be found at the same link, and starts at 70 bucks. There's even a Mac version, a welcome addition for those who prefer Apple hardware.
500 comments and more than 50 different keyboard nominations later, we have our contenders. In a surprising twist, there was a tie for 5th place, so we actually have six nominees rather than the usual five going into the voting round.
It's time for another edition of Co-Op, the segment where we ask Kotaku readers to nominate, narrow down, and vote on the best products in a given category. This week is all about gaming keyboards, and we're looking forward to seeing what you all come up with, and where features like mechanical keys land on the…
Behold the limited edition Final Fantasy XI XIth Anniversary keyboard, nearly $300 worth of Moogle-embossed enter keys and FF-fonted F-keys. It's so beautiful.
We love a good gaming keyboard, especially when it's aesthetically reminiscent of the interior of the DeLorean. Amazon has the well-reviewed Logitech G510s Gaming Keyboard for $90 today, matching its lowest price ever. LCD screen, 18 extra programmable keys, tons of crazy backlighting options, integrated USB audio,…
The Das Keyboard brand, and mechanical keyboards in general, have been steadily gaining more of a following from those who prefer the tactile feedback and sound of a mechanical keyboard, and of course, from gamers. Das Keyboards have received positive reviews across the board from consumers and professional outlets…
Look at your keyboard. It's filled with keys! Some of them you love using. Some of them you probably rarely use.
Power A has the MOGA. Nyko has its PlayPad. Steel Series has gone Free. Everybody's trying to get into the mobile gaming controller market, looking to deliver a game pad solution that all game developers can embrace. Mad Catz isn't just building a mobile game pad. They're creating a universal Bluetooth technology…
It's completely modular. It's got an LCD touch panel with program controls and integrated TeamSpeak. It's made of freaking metal. The S.T.R.I.K.E. 7 gaming keyboard is a technological marvel, and it can be yours for only *checks price* $300, dammit.
The mouse and keyboard are the sword and shield of the PC gamer, an alliance of hardware bent on game domination. They're both integral to the PC gaming experience, but rarely are they built to play together. There are plenty of matched sets, but rarely does their synergy extend beyond outward appearances.
Did you think dropping $60 on a copy of Mass Effect 3 next month would be enough to save the Earth from the impending Reaper invasion? Is the Earth truly safe if you don't buy a Mass Effect branded keyboard, mouse, Xbox 360 controller, or iPhone case?
Veho's Mimi Wifi Keyboard & AirMouse with Game Controller gizmo looks as clunky as it sounds.
SteelSeries takes a good idea and makes it even better with the SteelSeries Shift, a gaming keyboard with many different faces.