With CES right around the corner and the industry’s marketing efforts going into overdrive, what is it that we will likely see next week?
Cougar Introduces the 600K Gaming Keyboard
Cougar unveiled today the 600K mechanical keyboard, which offers something cheaper than its 700k at a lower cost.
QPAD Launches MK-70, Mid-range Mechanical Keyboard
QPAD, the eSports and gaming peripheral company announced the MK-70 mechanical keyboard today. The mechanical keyboard has Cherry Red switches, adjustable led backlighting, media keys, and gold plated connectors. The MK-70 takes QPAD’s top of the link MK-85 and removes the programmable keys, USB ports, audio ports. QPAD sees this as an ideal gaming board aiming to give gamers what they want in a keyboard without the added premium of those extra features. QPAD is a Swedish company that is known for their high quality gaming and eSports peripherals. MK-70 Features: Cherry MX red mechanical switches Ultra-durable, long life keys designed to last 50 million strokes Individual LED backlight with four levels
Corsair Launches Variety of New Products at Computex 2014
Today at Computex 2014, Corsair released a variety of new products. First up are the Cherry MX RGB Gaming Keyboards, the first mechanical keyboards to utilize the Cherry MX RGB switches that allow for different lighting. They’ll be available as the K70 RGB and K95 RGB. Also launched is the M65 RGB mouse, a gaming mouse that provides three zone 16.8 million color backlighting. The K95 RGB will have an MSRP of $189.99, the K70 RGB will be $169.99, and the M65 RGB will be $69.99. Next up is Corsair’s new Hydro Series HG10 GPU cooling bracket. The cooling bracket will replace the reference cooler
Review: Cooler Master CM Storm QuickFire XT Stealth (MX Green)
Today we are taking a look at the Cooler Master (CM) Storm QuickFire XT Stealth mechanical keyboard (with Cherry MX Green switches). The QuickFire XT is the full size variant of the QuickFire series, and the Stealth denotes the fact that it has front-printed keys (as opposed to top-printed). We previously reviewed the QuickFire TK as well as the QuickFire Stealth. Since the QuickFire XT Stealth is basically just a full sized version of the QuickFire Stealth, we’re going to focus primarily on the differences between the models, as well as our experience using Cherry MX Green switches. Specifications: Key Switch: CHERRY MX Blue /