Posts Tagged ‘switches’
We're looking at the Azio EXO1 mouse and MGK1 mechanical illuminated keyboard, two devices that seem very capable on their own. However, when used together, the matching gunmetal finish and white illumination speak volumes for sleek aesthetics. Hey, we love innovation and cool features just as much as anyone, but good looks will only get you so far. Let's take a closer look at the Azio EXO1 and MGK1 see if they can manage to impress.
Gamdias is a company that is likely not well known by many computer enthusiasts, except for perhaps some of the diehards in the crowd. In truth, Gamdias has only been around for a couple years, designing keyboards (and the company) from the ground up. The Gamdias Hermes Ultimate mechanical keyboard is a fully backlit mechanical board that caters to discerning consumers who want something unique,, offering some very innovative features and software, extensive macros, full N-Key rollover, backlit illumination, sound dampeners, and onboard memory. Let's have a closer look.
We're looking at an interesting mechanical keyboard from Tesoro, the Excalibur G7NL. Well designed, sporting a uncomplicated design, and catering to gamers who want something simple and solid, the Tesoro Excalibur G7NL has some unique features including full N-Key rollover, extensive lighting effects, and perhaps most notable, a very attractive price of only $90. Let's delve a bit deeper and see if the Excalibur G7NL can stand out in a widening field of mechanical keyboards.
A fully backlit mechanical keyboard that sports a minimalist design and caters to discerning gamers who want something unique, the Thermaltake Meka G1 Illuminated Illuminated sports the famous Cherry Black switches for gaming enthusiasts.
Today we're looking at the Gigabyte Aivia Osmium mechanical gaming keyboard, a fully backlit board that sports bold styling and looks to cater to discerning consumers who want something unique. The Gigabyte Osmium is not your average mechanical board. Are you looking for macro keys? Check. Is 6-Key Rollover not good enough for you? Ok, try 64-key NKRO on the Osmium. What about integrated USB 2.0? Nothing special there, so how about USB 3.0 here on the Osmium. The price of entry here? It's $129 for a keyboard that has an impressive spec sheet. That's not exactly cheap, but good design rarely is. Question is: can the Gigabyte Aivia Osmium can stand out in a widening field of mechanical keyboards? Click through to find out.