Logitech put out a mechanical keyboard that pushes the bar with excellent performance for hardcore gamers, and fun, durable comfort for the casual user.
Mini ReviewThe Corsair K70 RGB: the same crisp, responsive typing and gaming performance of the original, now with a custom color palette.
MINI REVIEWThe Force K7 looks like a gaming keyboard, but can this spartan offering from Gigabyte really be considered a gaming peripheral?
MINI REVIEWCorsair's entry-level mechanical board might lose some functionality by dropping the numpad, but it gains more than just novelty value in the process.
This then is the Mad Catz STRIKE 5, the inevitable cheaper little brother to the impressively mad STRIKE 7. Well, I say cheaper, but it isn't cheap.
Following hot on the crazy-priced heels of the Mad Catz STRIKE 7 gaming keyboard comes this ultra stylish, ultra techie riposte from peripherals guru Razer.
The G710+ is the first keyboard out of Logitech's design-works with those lovely, chunky, noisy mechanical switch keys.
While the likes of the Mad Catz STRIKE 7 keyboard are a bit of a guilty pleasure for this here reviewer, I am infinitely more pleased by simpler, more effective keyboard design.