iKBC C104 Mechanical Keyboard Review

Mechanical keyboard used to be a rich man's toy, a luxury only to those who can afford it. Things changed dramatically with Cherry MX clones flooding the mechanical keyboard market since Cherry's patent expiration...

Corsair K55 RGB Gaming Keyboard Review

Over the years of transition, mechanical keyboards have gone from the status of something only a hipster will get, to the now mainstream status that enthusiasts and gamers would be willing to burn a...

OBINS Anne PRO RGB Wireless Bluetooth Mechanical Keyboard Review

If you're a big fan of minimalist keyboards, this is definitely something you don't want to miss out. We've managed to get our hands on the OBINS Anne PRO RGB Wireless Bluetooth Mechanical Keyboard, a rather new 60% keyboard that has recently made its appearance in the Malaysian local mechanical keyboard community.

Drevo Calibur 71-Key Bluetooth RGB Mechanical Keyboard Review

The expiry of patents on Cherry's famous MX mechanical key switches has been a great impact to the mechanical keyboard market, and we can see that there are a large number of cheaper Cherry MX...

Unboxing & Review: Royal Kludge RG-987 Mechanical Keyboard

Royal Kludge, a Chinese made mechanical keyboard that has made its way to the international market through various channel including Massdrop, are said to be one of the best Chinese made keyboard you can...

Unboxing & Review: Cooler Master MasterKeys Lite L Keyboard Mouse Combo

Fancy RGB lightings and endless customization with custom keycaps started as a trend that only the mechanical keyboard users get to enjoy. With the expiry of Cherry MX switch patent (US 4467160A), more and more...

Unboxing & Review: 1STPLAYER Steampunk Mechanical Keyboard

1stplayer is rather new in the gaming peripherals industry but they quickly gained the attention of many with a series of affordable and well-built gaming peripherals, especially for its mechanical keyboard. They have recently...

Unboxing & Review: 1STPLAYER FIREROSE Mechanical Gaming Keyboard

Back in the days when mechanical keyboard was first introduced into the gaming peripherals market, it is considered as a toy for the rich as not many could afford its premium price tag. The price of a mechanical keyboard has gotten more affordable as more and more brands started using lower cost alternative Cherry MX imitation switches like Kailh, Gateron, Outemu, etc.

Unboxing & Review: Logitech G310 Atlas Dawn

Since Logitech got into the gaming peripherals market, their keyboard has always been using rubber domes except for the G710+ that was released in 2013 being their very first mechanical keyboard with Cherry MX...

Unboxing & Review: Cooler Master Devastator II Gaming Keyboard and Mouse Combo

I bet every gamer out there have had a situation where you have the best rig and a fabulous monitor with kickass speaker or headphones... however your mouse and keyboard are free gifts from...