Today we review the brand new Function Full Size and Function Mini TKL gaming keyboard from the US manufacturer NZXT. Besides interchangeable switches and a high feature set, they also try to score with good build quality and high customizability. How it feels to type on the first NZXT keyboard with fancy RGB lighting in a particularly small mini format, how you can personalize your NZXT Function Custom Keyboard by the NZXT BLD page and what else these new NZXT … Continue reading NZXT Function MiniTKL and Function Custom Keyboard Review
Today, there is a review and video of the new Cooler Master MasterKeys MK850 MX RGB RED Gaming Keyboard on OCinside.de. The Cooler Master MK850 is equipped with all kinds of functions. It has media and macro keys, a brilliant RGB illumination with 16.7 million colors, two USB 3.0 ports and as a highlight the unique pressure sensitive Aimpad keys. After this review you can win a Cool Master MK850 keyboard with a little luck!
Today we have a review with video of the little brother of the strong Cooler Master MK750 Gaming Keyboard. The Cooler Master MK730 Tenkeyless Gaming Keyboard doesn’t use a numeric keypad, media and macro keys in favour of a compact and easily transportable format, but has a lot to offer with brilliant RGB lighting, hybrid key rollover, noble brushed aluminium, on-the-fly control and Cherry MX switches.
Today we test the Thermaltake Level 20 RGB Titanium Edition Gaming Keyboard on OCinside.de. The Thermaltake Gaming keyboard shines with an aluminium frame surface, lightning fast Cherry MX Speed Silver switches and an extensive RGB illumination. Whether the new Level 20 RGB Titanium from Thermaltake can keep up with the other high-end keyboards, we show in the following review. On the practical testing page we have also created a Cherry MX switch overview to find the optimal switch for the … Continue reading Thermaltake Level 20 RGB Titanium Edition Review
Hit the keys! It all started with this set when the new MasterKeys MK750 keyboard from Cooler Master arrived in our test lab. A keyboard that not only comes at a proud price, but also offers the users a lot for their money! Mechanical keys, innovative connectivity and lighting that is second to none. Curious? All this and much more can be found in the current test on OCinside.de!
With the ThunderX3 TK50 this time we have evaluated an illuminated keyboard with mechanical switches. There is also a live demo video of all LED effects on our YouTube Channel. The name ThunderX3 probably know the least. But the gaming peripheral manufacturer says of himself that he does not start at zero. Considering the fact that the company emerges from a department of the well-known manufacturer AeroCool, we believe it.
This time we tested another mechanical keyboard on OCinside.de. The Gamdias Hermes P1 RGB. In addition, there is a video with the LED effects in our OCinside YouTube Channel. The manufacturer Gamdias has now been on the market for 5 years and has a wide range of gaming peripherals to offer. From Gamdias you get mice, headsets and even gaming gloves or in this case gaming keyboards.
To continue our gaming keyboard series we want to introduce a new keyboard from Cooler Master – the MasterKeys Pro S. Mechanical keys, intelligent RGB lighting, narrow design … that sounds like a true gaming keyboard. Whether the Cooler Master MasterKeys Pro keyboard can separate from most other models and if it can convince in practical use, we show in the following review. In the MasterKeys Pro S review, there are also two new videos of lighting effects.
Today, a new reader review has been published on OCinside.de. After the recent Cooler Master Devastator II unboxing video, lion149 has now written the detailed review of the keyboard and mouse combo. The Devastator II Gaming Keyboard and Mouse Combo was one of the Cooler Master devices, that could be seen on CeBIT 2016. For people who like mechanical keyboards and are looking for a new illuminated one together with a mouse at a low price could find this one … Continue reading Cooler Master Devastator II Reader Review