Akko Steam Engine Keycaps Review – SA VS OEM profile

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Today we’re taking a look at a set of keycaps that can definitely make your keyboard look and feel even better than before. We have the Akko Steam Engine SA keycap set. We’re also going to do some quick sound test so that you can have an idea of how a keycap set can affect your keyboard not just for aesthetics, so let’s get into it. MY EARLY BREAKDOWN Pros: Sexy looking SA profile, Decent build quality, Decent dye sublimated legends Cons: SA profile needs a little time getting used to…

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X-Bows Ergonomic Mechanical Keyboard Review – Silent Gateron Brown

X-Bows Ergonomic Keyboard Review

I’ve already reviewed a few mechanical keyboards now with different layouts and form factor but nothing really stands out among all of them, they are all basically using the same ANSI standard. While that is a perfectly good choice since it is one of the oldest standards, it also suffers from one of the most overlooked design flaws when it comes to comfort. X-Bows, with its founder Dr. Wang saw that and created a very unique ergonomic keyboard that’s not so far away from a typical keyboard. A lot of…

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Go Comma Retro FC Plus 168 in 1 Game Console Review

Gearbest.com recently reached out to me if I want to review their Go Comma Retro FC Plus 168 in 1 Game Console. And since I’ve already done a cooperation with them before with my review of the Motospeed Inflictor CK104 Mechanical Keyboard, I figured, why not do another one right? Gearbest is a very popular e-commerce site based in Shenzhen China, they are basically a Chinese online international store serving customers around the globe. I personally think that Gearbest is a legit online shopping website. What we have here today is…

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Geek GK64 Mechanical Keyboard Review + GK64 VS GK61

  I’ve recently reviewed the Geek GK61 60% Hot-swappable Mechanical Keyboard and I figured, why not do a review of its brother, the Geek GK64. Like the GK61, the GK64 is also Hot-swappable but in a different way, as it is using standard switch rather than the optical switch that’s on the GK61. The GK64 also has a different layout with 64 keys including dedicated arrow keys and a few other differences in between.    Today, we’re going to talk about everything you need to know about this keyboard and…

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Royal Kludge RK71 Mechanical Keyboard Review – RK Blue Switch

  At this point, I’ve already reviewed quite a few 60% mechanical keyboards with the likes of the Anne Pro 2, Geek GK61 and the Motospeed CK62, and while it appeals to a lot of keyboard enthusiasts because of its extremely compact form factor, for some it just doesn’t fit well especially with power users that use a keyboard for productivity 99% of the time. There are also some keyboards that tried to mitigate the loss keys by having a different layout, like the Ajazz AK33 that has an 82…

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Motospeed CK62 Mechanical Keyboard Review – Outemu Red

Since I reviewed the Anne Pro 2 60% Mechanical Keyboard which I think is one of the best 60% keyboard out there, I’ve set my eyes on looking for the best alternative especially the ones that are almost half its price. The Geek GK61 is a good candidate with its hot-swappable optical switches but unfortunately, it doesn’t have Bluetooth functionality. Today, we are taking a look at another 60% keyboard that seems to have a lot of potential, the Motospeed CK62. It uses Outemu switch and works in both wired…

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Geek GK61 Optical Mechanical Keyboard Review – Optical Gateron Brown

I’ve recently reviewed the Anne Pro 2 60% Mechanical Keyboard and while it is one of the best 60% keyboard out there, it is also quite expensive especially when you consider that there are a vast variety of budget 60% keyboards out in the market. Today, we are taking a look at a budget 60% keyboard that is around the usual 45-50 US dollar range but has a lot more feature to offer, the Geek GK61 Hot-swappable keyboard with optical switches. MY EARLY BREAKDOWN Pros: Affordable, Decent build quality, Standard…

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Rakk Ilig V2 Gaming Mousepad Review + Comparisons

Last December, I reviewed the Tecware Haste XL RGB Mousepad, the cheapest RGB mousepad available right now. But RGB Illumination is not for everyone, some prefer the usual mat without fancy lighting effects and the extra wire that comes along with it. Today, we are taking a look at one of the more premium looking mousepad but without a premium price tag, the Rakk Ilig V2 MY EARLY BREAKDOWN Pros: Good quality materials, Good stitching, Unique leather-like surface Cons: None SPECIFICATIONS WaterproofRubberized BackingOptimal Gliding AreaPremium LeatherEasy to CleanHighly DurableMinimized FrictionDimensions:…

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Cheapest way to Customize your Mechanical Keyboard!

Customizing your mechanical keyboard shouldn’t always be expensive, today, I’ll share to you how I modified my Anne Pro 2 60% Mechanical Keyboard for just less than 1500 Pesos. Before we start, if you have a budget and money is not an issue, then, by all means, go for premium custom keycaps and custom cables that will surely give you better quality and feel for your keyboard. But if you’re like me, who just want to customize your keyboard for a fraction of the cost, then this article is for…

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Anne Pro 2 60% Mechanical Keyboard Review – Gateron Brown!

I’ve already reviewed a few budget mechanical keyboards from a full-sized 104 keys down to a 75% 82 keys keyboard, but I’ve yet to experience a super compact 60% keyboard like what we have here today. 60% keyboards are not for everyone because you lose a lot of valuable keys that might slow you down in terms of productivity, you lose not only the numpad but also the frequently used arrow keys in return of the small form factor. But what we have here today, which is the Anne Pro 2…

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