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Keyboards

AZIO Levetron Mech5 Gaming Keyboard 
Need something to shock your friends? Levetron Mech 5 gaming keyboard gets the looks for sure but how well it will fair in real work usage? Read and find out!
AZIO Levetron Mech5 Gaming Keyboard
TTeSports MEKA, MEKA G1 and MEKA G-unit 
Thermaltake's TTeSports brand is growing nicely. This is the first time that we review products from this lineup of gaming peripherals and namely we will be taking a closer look at the MEKA range of gaming keyboards; MEKA, MEKA G1 and the MEKA G-unit.
TTeSports MEKA, MEKA G1 and MEKA G-unit
Tesoro Durandal & Durandal Ultimate Updated: 07.05.2012
This time the stuff in question couldn’t really be newer, as we take a look at a brand new keyboard from a new manufacturer - Tesoro. It’s always nice to see new players in the hardware markets and see how they stack up against the existing big names.
Tesoro Durandal & Durandal Ultimate
Corsair Vengeance K90 Gaming Keyboard 
This time we are going to take a look at the new high-end K90 keyboard, which is the best keyboard Corsair has to offer at the moment. Many manufacturers have published mechanical keyboards lately, so naturally Corsair wanted their share of the action. Let's see if K90 can stand out from the crowd.
Corsair Vengeance K90 Gaming Keyboard
QPAD MK-Series Mechanical Keyboards 
Mechanical keyboards in technical sense are actually quite old. Recently we have been using mainly membrane keyboards but several companies have been stating to offer mechanical versions for gamers and serious writers. Let us check out what QPAD has to offer!
QPAD MK-Series Mechanical Keyboards
ROCCAT ISKU Gaming Keyboard Updated: 01.12.2011
These days there are several gaming related keyboards to choose from. Roccat is well knows for their gaming peripherals and they have just introduced the ISKU gaming keyboard, making your selection process even harder.
ROCCAT ISKU Gaming Keyboard
Chill Innovation KB-1BT Bluetooth Micro Keyboard 
There are several keyboard/mouse bundles available these days. The new KB-1BT combines these two items into a single package. This is something that one could imagine using while watching movies via HTPC or writing a document with an iPad. So, is it worth your money? Let us find out...
Chill Innovation KB-1BT Bluetooth Micro Keyboard
Razer Nostromo 
Nostromo as a name may sound familiar and in fact, the Belkin Nostromo was the first item that we reviewedin MetkuMods when the site started doing product reviews. Razer has since released an upgraded version of the original pad. Now lets see what Razer has done to get this design up to date.
Razer Nostromo
Logitech Wireless Illuminated Keyboard K800 
This time we take a closer look at a keyboard that is not primarly aimed towards the gaming community. The original Logitech Illuminated got lots of praise for its superb typing touch, so the K800 has a lot to stand up to.
Logitech Wireless Illuminated Keyboard K800
Arctic K381 keyboard 
A very stylish keyboard for both office use and for style-aware users.
Arctic K381 keyboard
Microsoft Sidewinder X4 Gaming Keyboard 
This time we take a look at Microsoft's new Sidewinder X4 gaming keyboard. Earlier we've reviewed Microsoft's Sidewinder X6 keyboard, and this one is supposed to be a bit simplified and cheaper version, with some of the X6's features dropped.
Microsoft Sidewinder X4 Gaming Keyboard
ROCCAT ARVO 
On the ever-growing gaming peripheral markets there have been lots of manufacturers and even more ideas on how to stand from the crowd, but at the end of the day there are just a couple of real players. One of the big names is Roccat, and this time they have come up with a new keyboard - Arvo.
ROCCAT ARVO
Microsoft SideWinder X5 Gaming Mouse & X6 Gaming Keyboard 
In this review we will be focusing on Microsoft's latest gaming peripherals. The X5 gaming mouse lends its design from the previous SideWinder Gaming Mouse. X6 Gaming Keyboard on the other hand is a completely new product.
Microsoft SideWinder X5 Gaming Mouse & X6 Gaming Keyboard
Logitech G15 Rev2 
The original Logitech G15 gaming keyboard was reviewed in Metku.net just over two years ago, and not too long ago Logitech came up with the revision 2 of the G15. The main features that made the keyboard special are still there - The LCD-screen, USB-hub and a backlight on all the keys, but there are also some changes from the original design that we'll explore in detail.
Logitech G15 Rev2
Microsoft Reclusa 
Microsoft has released yet another gaming product. It's a keyboard designed in cooperation with Razer. It seems to have all the goodies, which a modern gaming keyboard should offer.
Microsoft Reclusa
Razer Tarantula 
Razer is a well known manufacturer for everyone who's interested in computer gaming peripherals. They were amongst the first ones to make gaming mouses, and maybe that's why their mice have become so well known. Lately they've also discovered that PC-gaming also requires other controllers besides a mouse. What could be more obvious than to design a gaming keyboard?!
Razer Tarantula
Microsoft Wireless Laser Desktop 6000 v2.0 
We take optical mice and wireless keyboards for granted, but remember how things were 10 years ago: white, clicky square keyboards and maybe no mouse at all. Proportioned to this, it's interesting to think how todays pointing devices feel after 10 years. Microsoft Wireless Laser Desktop 6000 looks like it has all the state of the art technology in one package. Wireless operation and laser accuracy spiced up with good ergonomics, but does it offer any new, own ideas?
Microsoft Wireless Laser Desktop 6000 v2.0
Logitech G15 Gaming Keyboard Updated: 16.12.2005
Lighted keyboard with built-in LCD and gaming buttons.
Logitech G15 Gaming Keyboard
BTC 6300CL EL Keyboard 
Keyboard with low profile and EL Lights.
BTC 6300CL EL Keyboard

 
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