Category: Peripherals

A4Tech Bloody B720 Keyboard

Navigate to: Unboxing and Overview Disassembly Software Conclusion Introduction I first heard of “Bloody” from some tech media coverage of Computex 2 years ago, wherein they demonstrated optical switches using an IR light source that when interrupted helped register a keystroke. It sounded amazing in that there was a big reduction in the number of…


Corsair K70 RGB RAPIDFIRE Keyboard

Navigate to: Unboxing and Overview Disassembly Software Conclusion Introduction Corsair, known first for their memory kits, have since diversified into nearly everything needed for a PC tower now- cases, cooling, PSUs, memory, storage and even graphics cards as a result of a partnership with MSI. With CPUs and motherboards out of the picture (at least…


Cherry MX 6.0 Keyboard

Navigate to: Unboxing, Overview¬†and Disassembly Conclusion Introduction Cherry is not a new name to the PC peripheral market by any means, and their switches are still the standard that most mechanical keyboards aim for. Indeed, the Cherry keyswitch stem has become a universal standard to the point where non Cherry switches- clones or new designs…


Tesoro Gram Spectrum Keyboard

Navigate to: Unboxing and Overview Disassembly Software Conclusion Introduction Tesoro is a fairly new company, founded in 2011, and with a focus on PC peripherals from day 1. They have at this time 19 different keyboard SKUs, including 3 dedicated number pads, which is pretty astounding given it has been ~5 years since inception for…


Cooler Master Novatouch TKL keyboard

Introduction This is a review that is months in the making. I had intended to get this out long ago but some medical issues and timing of other things kept it from happening, and now I have well over 4 months of experience using this keyboard- unintentionally but I will take it. There isn’t anything…