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OC3D: Gigabyte Aivia K8100 Keyboard Review
     Tue, May 10 2011 | 3:55A | Peripherals | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
It`s not often we see a peripheral from a company more known for its motherboards, so has the K8100 got the chops to cut it in a tight m arketplace?"
  FULL STORY @ OVERCLOCK3D.NET

Thermaltake Challenger Pro Gaming Keyboard
     Fri, Apr 29 2011 | 4:02P | Peripherals | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
The keyboard is a vital piece of equipment to any gamer looking for that certain edge. Thermaltake’s Challenger Pro has a few unique features to set itself apart from the rest of the field.
  FULL STORY @ THERMALTAKE

Thermaltake eSPORTS Shock
     Thu, Apr 28 2011 | 4:03P | Peripherals | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
“Thermaltake is continuing their foray into the gaming component market by means of their eSPORTS lineup, and this time it's the audio arena with a new gaming headset, theThermaltake Shock. The Shock looks pretty unique with its angular lines and portability, and comes very reasonably priced at about $60. But what about performance? Indeed, this is where headsets make their reputations, so let's take a closer look and see just how well the Thermaltake eSports Shock gaming headset performs.”
  FULL STORY @ PUREOVERCLOCK

PORTS Azurues Gaming Mouse Review
     Wed, Apr 27 2011 | 4:00P | Peripherals | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
Tt eSports' current portfolio of gaming mice includes the Black, the Azurues and the recently announced Black Element. Today, Vortez will be reviewing an inexpensive, no-frills ambidextrous mouse: the Azurues, which is not to be confused with Azureus, a BitTorrent client now known as Vuze
  FULL STORY @ VORTEZ

OvisLink AirLive X.USB 11a/b/g/n 300Mbps Dual Band
     Wed, Apr 20 2011 | 9:02A | Peripherals | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
The AirLive X.USB Dual Band USB Adapter from OvisLink is an interesting looking product, with two external antennas, to provide more coverage compared to most USB adapters on the market, that feature internal antennas.
  FULL STORY @ MADSHRIMPS

Logitech Wireless Trackball M570 Review
     Tue, Apr 19 2011 | 3:28P | Peripherals | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
"If you're a long time reader of VH, then you all know by now that I hate mice. Literally, I just don't use mice, I don't personally review mice, nor do I get excited by a mouse. I am however completely addicted to my thumb controlled trackball. Way back in the day, I would paint my white Logitech trackman to match my case. Then I got the Microsoft Trackball for a bit, until they stopped making it. Then I went back to the newer Logitech Trackman wheel. "
  FULL STORY @ VIRTUAL-HIDEOUT

GreenSmart Bottles to Bags Horizontal Notebook Messenger Bag
     Thu, Apr 14 2011 | 4:03P | Peripherals | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
" We love green, and you can’t get much more green than the product I have for review today, it’s a messenger bag mode of 100% recycled materials, specifically plastic bottles. The product is called the GreenSmart Bottles to Bags Horizontal Messenger Bag, Geeks.com sent it over, and it’s very inexpensive coming in at under $10. How many messenger bags do you know of that cost that little? None that I know of, at least that is until now. The bag has plenty of room inside for laptops up to 15.4” in size and enough room for quite a bit more."
  FULL STORY @ TESTFREAKS

 
G1 uses Cherry MX Black
     Tue, Apr 12 2011 | 4:01P | Peripherals | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
At first glance the Thermaltake eSPORTS Meka G1 we have under the review spotlight is much ado about nothing: it looks about as basic as keyboards can get, yet is heavier than even the most basic keyboard you've probably ever used, and it has a relatively short USB cable to boot. It's what you don't immediately see that sets the Meka G1 apart from your everyday keyboard. Based on traditional mechanical keyboards, the G1 uses Cherry MX Black mechanical keyswitches for each of its keys for improved tactile response and serious long-term durability. Thermaltake promises these enhancements will make the Meka G1 well suited for the product's target audience: gamers. See if the mechanics under the hood are worth the fuss in our latest keyboard review!
  FULL STORY @ HARDWARE

Tt eSPORTS Meka G Unit Mechanical Gaming Keyboard Review @ HardwareHeaven.com
     Sun, Apr 10 2011 | 5:46P | Peripherals | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
Tt eSPORTS Meka G Unit Mechanical Gaming Keyboard Review @ HardwareHeaven.com The Meka G1 isn`t the only mechanical gaming keyboard that Tt`s eSports brand offer, they also have the standard Meka and Meka G Unit. It is the latter we have on our test bench today, a model which sits at the top of the Meka range. Let`s find out if the enhanced specifications allow the board to impress."
  FULL STORY @ HARDWAREHEAVEN.COM

2.4GHz Wireless Compact Keyboard Review
     Sun, Apr 10 2011 | 12:01P | Peripherals | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
I get my hands on Iogear's new compact wireless keyboard. Read the full review for my final judgment. "
  FULL STORY @ FUSIONMODS

IOGear Mini Wireless Multimedia Keyboard
     Sat, Apr 02 2011 | 4:02P | Peripherals | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
The IOGear Mini Wireless Multimedia Keyboard, is a wireless keyboard designed with Home Theatre PC's in mind. In other words, it is meant to be used in an extremely chaotic (for PC peripheral) environment and do so while being as unobtrusive as possible; while still packing in as many features as possible. This certainly is a tall order, but the Multimedia Mini Keyboard with its ultra small sized coupled with a protective flip lid, built in backlight keys, a scroll wheel, trackball and 2.4Ghz wireless abilities may just be able to pull it off! Read on to find out in my full review.
  FULL STORY @ WIRELESS

Thermaltake eSports Meka G1 Keyboard
     Tue, Mar 29 2011 | 4:01P | Peripherals | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
In 2010, a variety of different distributors, including Thermaltake, released relatively cheap high performance keyboards oriented specifically for gaming audience. With significantly faster response rate and extreme durability these mechanical keyboards provide top performance in gaming as well as other daily appliances. In the price range of $100-200 these keyboard are a must have for any computer user that spends a significant in front of computer, whether it be for recreational purposes or work. Thermaltake Meka G1 is priced at 139.99 on the Thermaltake website.
  FULL STORY @ BJORN3D

RAZER Anansi Expert MMO Gaming Keyboard Review
     Mon, Mar 28 2011 | 9:01A | Peripherals | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
The Anansi from Razer is a membrane-based keyboard, with a nice customizable LED effect, over 100 programmable keys, on-the-fly macro recording and an unique feature: the 7 thumb modifier keys right under the Space Bar which help to perform even more complicated macros or can aid in various productivity applications.
  FULL STORY @ MADSHRIMPS

News: A late adopters guide to USB 3.0
     Fri, Mar 25 2011 | 10:41A | Peripherals | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
SuperSpeed USB connectivity may be a nice additional perk as part of a future system but is it worth the trouble as a standalone upgrade?"
  FULL STORY @ TECHREPORT.COM

Thermaltake Meka G1 Gaming Keyboard
     Sun, Mar 13 2011 | 9:00A | Peripherals | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
"First off you may have noticed that the Logitech G15 has no scores. That is because when the testing was taking place, I kept getting errors that there was not enough power to run the device. This is because there is a single USB plug that runs the whole keyboard. I kept this in the review test because I wanted to show how much of a difference the Meka G1 adds by using a separate USB connection for the hub, separating the power requirements and giving the USB hub enough juice to run the Mushkin thumb drive. Now when it came down between the Meka G1 hub and the direct connection tests, you can plainly see the hub stands its ground. The difference between the hub and directly connected is so minimal that the slight decrease in speed will be transparent to the end user."
  FULL STORY @ OVERCLOCKERSCLUB

SteelSeries Shift MMO Gaming Keyboard Review
     Sat, Mar 05 2011 | 4:01P | Peripherals | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
"What really makes the SteelSeries Shift keyboard unique is its ability to swap out keysets. On the right side of the keyboard is a lock which, when pulled up, allows the keys to be removed. After removing the keyset, we can see the rubber domes which are made of high quality silicone which SteelSeries claims will extend the life of the keys to about 15 million keystrokes. This also allows the keyboard to be cleaned easily with some canned air or a vacuum which I think is also a plus...."
  FULL STORY @ LEGITREVIEWS

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