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Corsair Vengeance K95 Fully Mechanical Keyboard Review @ Madshrimps
     Sat, Aug 31 2013 | 8:08A | Peripherals | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
The Vengeance K95 is The new flagship gaming keyboard from Corsair which was built on The already successful K90 platform but now with all-mechanical key layout (Cherry MX Red) for enhanced durability and key-by-key addressable backlighting. The keyboard does also come with a black anodized brushed aluminum chassis for a clean, professional look and it is really easy to clean."

Diamond Multimedia DS3900 Ultra Dock
     Thu, Aug 29 2013 | 4:00P | Peripherals | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
"Effectively elevating your laptop to near desktop-like connectivity is the Diamond Multimedia DS3900. It’s not just any old docking station; Diamond is referring to it as an “Ultra Dock” and you can tell right away that they mean business."

Genius SlimStar T8020 Wireless Multi-TouchPad Keyboard
     Thu, Aug 22 2013 | 12:01P | Peripherals | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
"The Genius SlimStar T8020 Wireless Multi-TouchPad Keyboard comes with 3 modes. This keyboard can be used as a mouse cursor, works with Windows 8 gestures, and is a numeric keypad mode. Also, there are 11 function keys for media control, Internet access and you can power off your computer with the touch of a button. It's perfect for just about any wireless keyboard setup." ~3dGameMan.com

TITAN Taichi TP-15TC & TP-25TC 2-in-1 USB Charger Review
     Wed, Aug 21 2013 | 1:36P | Peripherals | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
The TITAN Taichi TP-15TC & TP-25TC 2-in-1 USB Charger are solidly built devices with a unique and appealing design. The YinYang theme depicts the duality approach that TITAN adopted with these adapters. Two types of output ratings for the USB ports and extra functionality as a car battery tester are the results. The units do not feel flimsy or cheap; they fit spot on in the power port of our car and pulling USB cables away never resulted on the whole thing coming off, as it used to happen with the generic charger I have been using so far. The cooling vent on the white side is a nice touch that will improve the longevity of the device."

CM Storm QuickFire Stealth Mechanical Keyboard
     Tue, Aug 20 2013 | 5:22P | Peripherals | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
“We’ve got the latest mechanical keyboard from Cooler Master: the QuickFire Stealth. It’s part of their growing Storm lineup that’s geared to gamers, and this board features the vaunted Cherry MX switches and stealthy keycaps. It comes with an attractive price of $85 as well, and a few other nice features to boot. Let’s take a closer look at the Cooler Master QuickFire Stealth Blue and see what it can do.”

Corsair Raptor K50 Review @ Ocaholic
     Tue, Aug 20 2013 | 12:45P | Peripherals | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
With the Raptor K50, Corsair adds another gaming keyboard with high-end features to its portfolio. But this time they`re using rubber dome switches instead of mechanical ones, which puts this keyobard up against competition from Logitech. From a first glance to product looks well built and there is even the option to change the background light, which give the Raptor K50 a unique touch."

ROCCAT Isku FX keyboard
     Thu, Aug 08 2013 | 4:03P | Peripherals | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
On the test bench today is the ROCCAT Isku FX, a new version of the Isku that adds a 16.8 million color backlight system to the mix. While most new high-end keyboards offer mechanical switches, the Isku FX sticks to the traditional, cheaper membranes. Geared towards gamers, the Isku FX offers eight dedicated, programmable macro keys, Easy-Shift[+] to give the keys around the WASD zone a second functionality, and on-the-fly macro recording thanks to a dedicated record button.

USB32HDEH: USB 3.0 HDMI adapter with extra USB port
     Wed, Aug 07 2013 | 4:02P | Peripherals | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
When you want to use a second monitor it's of course the best to use a monitor port located on your computer. When that's not an option, then the USB32HDEH from Startech.com is a practical solution, especially since you don't even have to sacrifice one of your USB 3.0 ports.

CM Storm QuickFire XT Mechanical Keyboard Review @ Techgage
     Fri, Aug 02 2013 | 1:19P | Peripherals | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
When Cooler Master introduced its QuickFire Rapid last year, it seemed like it was a near-perfect mech. The only thing that let it down in some peoples eyes was the lack of a numpad, but now, a couple of years later, the company has addressed that with its latest offering, the QuickFire XT. Join us as we put it through its paces."

Rosewill Helios RK-9200 Mechanical Keyboard Review @ TechwareLabs.com
     Fri, Aug 02 2013 | 1:45A | Peripherals | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
Whether you`re typing up an essay, simply scrolling through a web page, or gaming your night away, more often than not, these activities in some way involve your keyboard. This vital utility can come in every size and shape imaginable, and most of us have extremely personal preferences when it comes to what it is we type on. Today for review, we have the Rosewill Helios RK-9200 mechanical keyboard. This portable, dual-illuminated, Cherry MX Black equipped keyboard comes with many surprises, and starts at around $139.99. Lets take a closer look."

CM Storm Quickfire Stealth Mechanical Keyboard
     Thu, Aug 01 2013 | 12:00P | Peripherals | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
Cooler Master has been building mechanical keyboards under its CM Storm line for the last couple of years. They started with the small Quickfire Rapid, and moved over time to larger designs, but Cooler Master’s newest design harkens back to the original Quickfire Rapid, bring improvements on its design and giving it sleek exterior with no markings on the tops of its keys. The question that Benchmark Reviews aims to answer though is whether Cooler Master improved enough to justify the extra cost or are users better off going with the original Quickfire Rapid.

Azio Levetron Mech5 Mechanical Keyboard Review @ HiTech Legion
     Mon, Jul 29 2013 | 10:08A | Peripherals | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
The Azio Levetron Mech5 mechanical gaming keyboard has all the features you would expect from a gaming keyboard. In fact, the Azio Levetron Mech5 keyboard goes one step further to ensure that any type of gamer can customize the Mech5 to their own personal taste and needs. The modular design of the Mech5 makes it a better keyboard than I would have expected, during normal use for typing (as I am doing now) all the modular pieces can be removed to give the keyboard a clean stream lined feel. Then, when it is time to get serious and break out the big guns, I snap on the extra modular parts and have as many customizable macro keys as anyone would ever need. The Mech5 has 5 macro keys built on to the main keyboard, and each one has a switchable dual function. Then add in the six key top piece and the entire number pad and you have some serious fire power."

CM Storm QuickFire Stealth (Cherry MX Blue) Keyboard Review @ HiTech Legion
     Tue, Jul 23 2013 | 11:23A | Peripherals | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
The CM Storm QuickFire Stealth is a compact mechanical keyboard. The QuickFire Stealth gets its small size by eliminating the often unused number pad. CM Storm uses high quality Cherry MX switches providing for a lifespan of 50 million keystrokes. One of the features that are unique about the QuickFire Stealth is that the keycaps do not have the characters printed on the top of them instead they are printed on the front of the keycaps. The keyboard board is coated with rubber and features a steel plate to add even more durability to the keyboard. You can remove the braided cable off of the keyboard for easy transport, plus there are keyboard shortcuts for turning off the windows key and Multimedia controls./"

SE833 Heart Rate Monitor with PC Download Review
     Mon, Jul 15 2013 | 9:01A | Peripherals | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
The Oregon Scientific SE833 Heart Rate Monitor Watch is a very useful gadget for people which are constantly working out and it also comes with PC Sync capabilities via the included USB dongle.

Corsair Vengeance K70 and K95 Gaming Keyboards Video Review @ HardwareHeaven.com
     Thu, Jul 11 2013 | 9:25A | Peripherals | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
Corsair Vengeance K70 and K95 Gaming Keyboards Video Review @ HardwareHeaven.com Today Kaeyi Dream takes a look at two gaming keyboards from Corsair`s Vengeance range, the K95 and K70. Be sure to check out Kaeyi`s YouTube channel for more of her videos."

Eagle Tech Neptor Foldable Portable Bluetooth Keyboard
     Tue, Jul 02 2013 | 4:01P | Peripherals | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
"I know many people still hate the on-screen keyboard on their devices, with tablets it has become easier but it still isn’t the same as a regular hardware keyboard that’s for sure. Many companies have come out with solutions to this problem and Eagle Tech is one of them with their recent launch of the Neptor ET-KB300BF-WH foldable Bluetooth portable keyboard which I have for review today. This keyboard is very stylish with leather inlays on the back of it, and of course it folds up to a small and portable size so you can just put it in your case or bag to take with you as needed. The keyboard is Bluetooth and I’ve found it works with most devices, it has built-in rechargeable battery that should give you up to thirty hours of use on a single charge. When folded it’s about six inches long and then doubled when unfolded, so it’s not exactly tiny like other keyboards of this type on the market today, which is one of the things I like about it, it’s a nice big keyboard for usability purposes but not too big as to be overly bulky. So read on to learn more… "

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