The 2015 mechanical keyboards nominations round of was hotly contested, but we’ve typed up the top five, and now it’s time to vote.
I’ve got two Razer keyboards to choose from. One is silent and sleek with chicklet-style membrane keys. The other’s mechanical switches click loud and proud. Which is best? I need a little help there. Update: The poll results are in!
As with this year’s best gaming mouse vote, we need to report not just which keyboard win, but which audience segment was responsible for that win. Let’s get into it.
Even while being blinded by all the RGB lighting in your best gaming keyboard nominations, we managed to type up the top five. Now it’s time to find a winner.
We last checked in with you about your picks for best gaming keyboard two years ago, and since then manufacturers have packed in a lot more than just ubiquitous RGB lightning. Tell us, what’s the best gaming keyboard?
Everyone knows gaming mice and keyboards can make you barrel through fast-paced games with peak efficiency. But with all those buttons and macros, they can actually help you work smarter, too. Here’s why I swear by them.
We talk a lot about mechanical keyboards around here, and with good reason. They're the kind of life/work upgrade you never look back from, and a joy to type and game on. Today we want to know what your favorite mechanical switch is, and why.
Lifehacker called mechanical keyboards one of the Top 10 Superior Tech Products You'll Never Go Back From, and we agree. There are a whole lot of mechanical keyboards to choose from, and while Lifehacker put together a great guide to choosing the right one for you, there's no substitute for actually trying the keys.
Mechanical keyboards are pretty awesome, but they've never been quite this awesome. Behold the Razer Mechanical Switch, the first keyboard switch designed specifically for explosive CG debut videos. Or gaming. Probably gaming.
Mechanical keyboards, or keyboards with full, individual switches under every key, have exploded in popularity recently, although the technology inside is as old as the keyboard itself. There's really no substitute for that solid, clicking sensation under your fingers as you type, and the satisfying sound each key…
Any cat owner will tell you: those felines love keyboards. They love sitting on them. They love walking on them. They adore them!
In Game of Thrones, there is a throne made of swords. In Mike DeWolfe's backyard, there's one made of twenty or so PC keyboards. It's titled, "Throne of Nerds."
Has the long-lived SideWinder line of gaming-centric computer peripherals finally bitten the dust? Microsoft says it isn't so.
The Fast Finger keyboard was made for people, mainly children, who are not yet comfortable with the QWERTY layout of most keyboards. It's also made for people who'd love to use just one button to type TTYL, L8R or BRB.