As the in-stock keyboard market gets better by the day, I keep seeing sales of keyboards I'm familiar with, sometimes at half or more off the MSRP from just last year. As such, I decided to pick one of these keyboards, the Redragon K530 Pro, a 60% three mode programmable keyboard and mod it
The MKC75 is a highly anticipated 75% mechanical keyboard from MyKeyClub, a renowned manufacturer known for producing high-quality keyboards like the Jris65 and the Jris75. This keyboard is the first in a series
A list with links to videos of the keyboards I've filmed
Not resting on their laurels after releasing the GK75, the first mechanical keyboard with hot swap sockets that accepted both knobs and switches.
This morning I came across an article from XDA, These are the best budget mechanical keyboards you can buy in 2022, yes, that XDA. I've known XDA for years as a great place to go to when needing help to fix an issue or finding the process on how to root a particular mobile device, but keyboards?