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When buying a new system, most of the time is spent considering CPU/GPU. KitGuru believes that you need to spend much more time looking at your keyboard. The one component that you are in constant touch with.

Razer introduces the BlackWidow V4 and V4 X keyboards

After releasing the BlackWidow V4 Pro earlier this year, Razer is expanding the BlackWidow V4 series lineup with two other keyboards – the standard Razer BlackWidow V4 and the BlackWidow V4 X. The BlackWidow V4 and V4 X use Razer's proprietary Gen-3 mechanical switches designed to provide superior control to …

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Roccat launches wireless Vulcan II Mini Air gaming keyboard

Today, Roccat launches its inaugural wireless gaming keyboard – the Vulcan II Mini Air, combining performance and durability in a portable 65% form factor.  Remaining faithful to the series' sleek and low-profile design, the Vulcan II Mini Air showcases an aluminium top plate and AIMO RGB lighting that can be …

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Cooler Master unveils enthusiast-grade CK720 keyboard with hot-swappable switches

Today Cooler Master is unveiling its first foray into enthusiast keyboards with the CK720 mechanical keyboard. This one stands out from the pack with its hot-swappable switches, allowing for greater customisation and choice. The CK720 comes in two colour editions, Space Gray and Silver White. The UK layout will ship with Kailh Box V2 White switches pre-installed, but as these …

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Razer launches BlackWidow V4 Pro with even more RGB

The Razer BlackWidow returns in 2023 with the launch of the new BlackWidow V4 Pro. Aside from upgraded RGB lighting that extends to the wrist rest, the keyboard also packs a number of useful features, including a highly configurable ‘Command Dial'. The BlackWidow V4 Pro ships with either Razer Green …

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Corsair announces the ‘K100 AIR’, an ultra-thin wireless mechanical keyboard

Mechanical keyboards are great for their tactility, accuracy and overall pleasant hand-fell. This typically comes at the cost of thickness, with most being rather chunky. In recent years we have started to see manufacturers offer more slimmed-down mechanical keyboards. Corsair have now revealed their own take on the ultra-thin mechanical …

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