Corsair launched three new products today. The first is the K70 RGB TKL Gaming Keyboard, the 60% keyboard from Corsair that we’ve all been hoping for. The K70 RGB TKL comes available with a selection of 100% CHERRY MX Red, Silent Red, or SPEED Silver mechanical key switches and is a tenkeyless design. Also in today’s announcement are the Corsair Sabre Pro and Sabre RGB Pro gaming mice. Both are equipped with 8,000Hz polling and AXON hyper-processing technology. Availability is reported to be immediate. The K70 RGB TKL Cherry MX Speed is listed for $139, while the Sabre RGB Pro is $59.99 and the Sabre Pro (non-RGB) is only $54.99. Here is the official press release from Corsair. Read More
Today, Corsair launched two new keyboards geared at gamers and content creators. The K55 RGB Pro and K55 RGB PRO XT expand on the already popular K55 series keyboards. Five RGB zones are present in the K55 RGB Pro while the Pro XT features “per-key RGB lighting”. Naturally, both are controllable via Corsair’s iCUE software. The K55 RGB PRO costs $49.99 and the K55 RGB PRO XT will set you back $69.99. Both set at very reasonable prices for quality gaming keyboards. Below is the press release from Corsair. Read More
HyperX, the gaming division of Kingston Technology, released a whole new line up of gaming peripherals today at CES. Known for professional-grade gaming products HyperX looks to continue its success with the Alloy Origins 60 gaming keyboard, HyperX ChargePlay Duo Controller Charging Station for Xbox, Pulsefire Haste Gaming Mouse, Cloud II Wireless Gaming Headset, and the Cloud Revolver Gaming Headset + 7.1.
This morning Corsair launched its newest mechanical keyboard, the K60 RGB PRO. Featuring the latest Cherry Viola keyswitches and ARGB lighting this keyboard should feel as nice as it looks. Watch for additional K60 series boards in the future as the K60 Pro, K60 RGB PRO SE, and K60 RGB PRO LOW PROFILE are all set to launch in the coming months. Here is the official press release from Corsair.. Read More
Tesoro has been manufacturing computer peripherals such as keyboards, mice, headsets, and chairs for quite some time, but they don’t seem to be mentioned as often as I’d expect during peripheral discussions. However, they seem to offer some fully-featured and innovative products such as the keyboard we have for review today. That keyboard is Tesoro’s Gram Spectrum TKL which is a low-profile, compact (tenkeyless), RGB, mechanical keyboard designed to be portable while still competing with high-end gaming keyboards. Read More
ADATA is a well-known name in the computer hardware industry for their memory and storage solutions. They founded Xtreme Performance Gear (XPG) to provide high-performance products to gamers and tech enthusiasts. If you have used any of ADATA’s high end products over the past several years, then I’m sure the XPG branding is nothing new to you. Today, we have ADATA and XPG’s entry into the mechanical keyboard market with the INFAREX K20, a full-size keyboard with Kailh blue switches and backlighting. Read More
Hot off the presses: G.SKILL just launched the newest addition to the gaming peripheral family in the RIPJAWS KM570 MX keyboard, which was unveiled earlier this year at Computex. Featuring Cherry MX switches, seven different lighting effects and fully customizable settings, the RIPJAWS KM570 MX should be able to satisfy gamers looking for a new toy. Read More