Cooler Master MasterKeys Pro L Mechanical Gaming Keyboard

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The Cooler Master MasterKeys Pro L at Amazon is a premium, full size RGB backlit mechanical gaming keyboard with Cherry MX Red (linear), Blue (clicky) or Brown (tactile) switches, N-key Rollover, macros support, and a detachable braided cable.

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Cooler Master SK621: New Wireless Mechanical Keyboard On The Block

You may be familiar with Cooler Master as a manufacturer of gaming related products and peripherals. Despite mechanical “gaming” keyboards often receiving a bad reputation among enthusiasts, Cooler Master has actually released a number of highly regarded mechanical keyboards over the years.

They have a new product releasing soon, the Cooler Master SK621, which is the first release from their new SK600 line of wireless mechanical gaming keyboards available in Full Size, TKL or 60% layout. The SK621 wireless mechanical keyboard is unique in many ways. It’s Cooler Master’s first wireless mechanical keyboard to hit the market, with connectivity provided by means of Bluetooth 4.0 and detachable USB Type-C for wired charging. Continue reading

65% mechanical keyboard with wireless connectivity (Bluetooth 4.0) and Cherry MX switches.

$100 Keywalker 65% Bluetooth Mechanical Keyboard On Massdrop

Today Massdrop added a listing for a 65% wireless (Bluetooth 4.0) mechanical keyboard from a brand called Keywalker. The keyboard has 68 keys in a compact form factor similar to the TADA68 Pro. It includes dedicated arrow keys while only being one column wider than a typical 60% form factor mechanical keyboard. The switches are Cherry MX in either tactile (brown), clicky (blue), or linear (red/back) variants. Continue reading

Vortex Core 40% Mechanical Keyboard Review

The Vortex Core 40% Mechanical Keyboard Has Landed

Vortex’s next “big” product comes in a tiny package. The Vortex Core 40% mechanical keyboard with aluminum case was just recently listed on Amazon.

The Core is a ultra-compact mechanical keyboard with only 47 dedicated keys. It uses multiple function layers and programmability to provide functionality similar to that of larger keyboards, but with a much smaller footprint for improved ergonomics and space-saving ability. Continue reading

News: Cherry Acquired by GENUI

Cherry Has New Owners, Acquired by GENUI

An interesting development has occurred today as Cherry, who are well known for their popular line of MX mechanical keyboard switches, now has new ownership. Cherry was previously a subsidiary under the control of technology group ZF Friedrichshafen AG. They have been acquired by GENUI. GENUI is a private investment firm who specifically targets medium-sized businesses in German-speaking countries. Continue reading

News: MiniVan Kit Back Up On Massdrop, Kingston Reveals First Mechanical Keyboard Under HyperX Line

MiniVan Kit On Massdrop, Kingston Enters Market with HyperX Alloy FPS

Break out your soldering iron, the MiniVan kit is back on Massdrop. The MiniVan is a 40% fully programmable (all keys) mechanical keyboard with staggered keys. The full kit includes a CNC milled aluminum case and mount plate, PCB, Cherry stabs, cone shaped feet, 46 switches in your brand of choice (Cherry MX, Gateron, Zealios or Matias), MX compatible PBT keycaps (laser etched legends or blank) and a detachable Mini USB cable. Continue reading