Makes no mention of the Rewind project.
This £250 headset and DAC combo brings high-fidelity audio to gaming in a superb way.
Only took it three years, too.
Mechanical, RGB, and low-profile? Tesoro thinks you really can have it all.
Will launch in the G512, G513 keyboards.
Tesoro 360 software suite as well.
Oh, and a 24,000 DPI mouse.
We make a frosted acrylic underside and shine up the steel top so the RGB really comes to life!
The Vulcan debuts Roccat's in-house Titan Switch and a welcome new style with great RGB lighting.
A £130 tenkeyless keyboard with many a bell and many a whistle.
Per-key RGB backlighting meets dust- and water-resistance in this £120 outing from Corsair.
Brings with it new Rats, Strikes, Freqs, and Glides.
The new flagship from Cooler Master boasts even more RGB and a lovely memory foam wrist rest.
This eye-catching white keyboard is water-resistant, fully programmable, and has per-key RGB lighting.
SteelSeries is back with a new flagship keyboard. This time, it offers rather funky lighting, QX2 switches, and an aluminium case. It also can react to Discord!
Adds Cherry switches, backlight.
A hybrid 'Mem-chanical' switched keyboard and a gaming mouse for £78? If this performs well, it could be a great option for the budget gamer.
The follow-up to the MX Board 6.0, oddly.
Cooler Master has decided to hit the keyboard enthusiast market with thick PBT keycaps, Cherry Green switches, and minimalist design. We got our hands on both the full-sized and TKL versions.
Designed to tie into Windows Hello.
Optical switches have been talked about for a while, and now Tesoro has put them into its Excalibur.
Bringing back the 90s.
Best of both worlds, company claims.
In a high-priced iPad Pro keyboard.
We catch up with Johan Borggren, Tesoro's VP for Global Sales and Marketing
Corsair's Strafe series was just a filler - the K70 returns in spectacular fashion
Claims faster, longer-lasting switches.
Natec offers the RX88 mechanical keyboard as well as the low-profile and super-quiet RX22
Don't want or can't afford a mechanical keyboard? The i-Rocks K50 could be for you
Tenkeyless design loses a few features.
New RGB lighting, stronger design.