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Keyboard Review: Masione "Mechanical Feel"

The tired old adage says that you get what you pay for. Well, sometimes you do, and sometimes you’re disappointed. In the end, if you fork over long green for a product, the expectation is that you are going to come away with something you’ll enjoy, something that will last. 2,960 more words


Mechanical Keyboard Review: Drevo Tyrfing (red switch)

Opening Salvo:

In my adventures with mechanical keyboards, I have tried a lot of switch types. Most of them, I’d be bold enough to say. One common switch I’d failed to try out, though, was the Cherry MX Red switch. 1,979 more words


Mechanical Keyboard Review: Topre Realforce 87U 55gram

It is my philosophy that life is too short to use a lousy keyboard. I will admit that, for most people, keyboards are not a large concern, and typically only enter their consciousness if they are either a) broken or b) astoundingly bad. 2,883 more words


Keyboard Review: Matias Tactile Pro Keyboard

Back in the day…

Let us, for a moment, cast our minds back to the 1980’s. The hair was big. The shoulder pads were impressive. The rise of the home computer was upon the world. 3,342 more words


The State of Mechanical Keyboards, Spring 2017

This is a little guide to what to expect, and what to expect to pay, with the market being what it is right this moment. 898 more words


Mechanical Keyboards 101, Part Four: Key Caps!

We’ve talked about quite a few topics thus far in this series. The basics of mechanical keyboards, the switch technology, the shape, size and layout of the various options. 3,270 more words


Mechanical Keyboards 101, Part Three: Layout, Format, and Form Factor

In this episode, I’ll take you through some of the most common keyboard layouts, formats, and form factors. I’ll even do a bit of historical meandering, just because that can be fun and educational. 2,402 more words