The HAVIT KB395L RGB Mechanical Keyboard Review: Marvelous Mechanical Minimalism

Friday, March 2nd, 2018 - Peripherals, Teknologi

The HAVIT KB395L RGB Mechanical Keyboard Review: Marvelous Mechanical Minimalism HAVIT is a PC peripherals manufacturer originating from China. Although the brand name may not be very well known in North America and Europe, HAVIT was founded back in 1998, making them one of the...

The Kinesis Freestyle Edge Gaming Mechanical Keyboard Review: Split Ends For Combined Comfort

Monday, February 5th, 2018 - Peripherals, Teknologi

The Kinesis Freestyle Edge Gaming Mechanical Keyboard Review: Split Ends For Combined Comfort Kinesis is a company known for their ergonomic input device products. They are one of the pioneers in the field, with their first ergonomic keyboard dating back to 1992. Over this time,...

Azio Ships Retro Classic Bluetooth Keyboard: Expensive Luxury for Windows & Mac

Saturday, February 3rd, 2018 - Peripherals, Teknologi

Azio Ships Retro Classic Bluetooth Keyboard: Expensive Luxury for Windows & Mac Azio has started to sell wireless versions of its old-fashioned typewriter-like Retro Classic mechanical keyboard. The devices look the same as their wired brethren and are available in four variants. The new units...

The Azio Retro Classic Mechanical Keyboard Review: Eyecatching, But Stiff

Wednesday, January 3rd, 2018 - Peripherals, Teknologi

The Azio Retro Classic Mechanical Keyboard Review: Eyecatching, But Stiff Mechanical keyboards are one of the most popular items for advanced PC users nowadays. Their reintroduction into the main consumers market was nearly a decade ago but their market growth was slow because of the...

Cherry Announces the MW 4500 Mouse with 45° Palm Rest, 1200 DPI Sensor

Monday, December 18th, 2017 - Peripherals, Teknologi

Cherry Announces the MW 4500 Mouse with 45° Palm Rest, 1200 DPI Sensor Cherry has introduced its MW 4500 mouse featuring a rather unique shape that promises to reduce, or even prevent hand fatigue, but only for right handers. The mouse is aimed at mainstream...