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Corsair Gaming K70 RGB Mechanical Gaming Keyboard is an expensive LED Backlit keyboard with so many options for colours. Its well built, great at customisability and comes with an optional palm rest.
The new Das Keyboard 4 adds features like an oversized volume knob, dedicated media controls and a USB 3.0 hub while staying true to its roots in terms of aesthetics and its 104-key layout.
Taking innovation to a whole new level, Razer has gone ahead and developed their own Razer-branded Cherry MX switch variations for their mechanical keyboard range.
QWERkeys, a company focusing on mechanical keyboard parts, has posted a number of teaser images of their own product. A niche market, though the future of the board doesn't appear to be guaranteed.
Neowin takes a look at a set of pre-production eSports keycaps claiming to improve gaming on Cherry MX keyboards, and mulls over the question "will you become a better gamer with them or not?"
According to unnamed sources, Logitech has bought a huge quantity of mechanical keyboard switches in preparation for 2013. We can only wonder what they've got in store for the future.
Matias has announced their latest conquest to be the world's quietest mechanical keyboard. Using internals developed by Matias themselves, the Quiet Pro might be the perfect office accessory.
Paul Ferson talks about his experiences with switching from QWERTY, the only keyboard layout he'd ever used, to QWERTZ, in order to properly review the Matias Tactile Pro 3.0 keyboard.
Paul Ferson takes a look at the Matias Corporation's Tactile Pro keyboard; a mechanical keyboard aiming to improve on the formula Apple showed the world in 1987, as well as adding new touches.
Mechanical keyboards represent a significant step-up from the normal membrane based keyboards. Now, the Das Keyboard family has a new model featuring media keys, to the delight of music lovers.