Hey – it’s another keyboard from the Ducky One family of mechanical keyboards with genuine Cherry MX switches! Yes, that’s right, but this time it’ll be using an RGB variant of the Cherry MX switch instead.
Let's be honest - the genuine Cherry MX switches have been around for years, and they're experts when it comes to these mechanical keyboard switches. That said, these switches aren't cheap at all - even when they are a lot of copycats out there. Enter the Ducky One - Ducky's very own low-priced mechanical keyboard with 100% genuine Cherry MX switches. In this particular review is the Ducky One TKL with blue LED backlight, which is known as the DKON1687S.
Big companies are getting a redesign these days. They're happening more and more often too, as we've observed this year. Western Digital embraced this "trend", and got started with their brand new image and product. This is their brand new My Passport Lumen, also known as the WD My Passport (2016).
Ever wanted to get a keyboard with backlight but it's not the colour you want? I got into the same situation. I couldn't stand it. So I soldered my own LEDs on it. Here's how you do it. We also have a video showing how I did the whole keyboard LED mod!
Earlier, we took a look at the TP-Link AC3200 here - that is their flagship router Now we're taking a look at their second-in-line - the TP-Link AC3150. I have to start off by saying, TP-Link got their naming scheme right with these routers. It's not confusing, and while the AC3200 is the highest end, deducting 50 from the value there means it's not as high-end.
Philips is probably the one brand that many people wouldn't be thinking about when it comes to PC monitors. Even I don't - but Philips Monitor want to change that, and that's why they're bringing in 3 new monitors into the Malaysian market this April 2017.
I’ve always been wondering - what’s the purpose of opting for a much more expensive keyboard when there are other lower-priced ones, yet they’re in the same family of keyboards? The answer is not only because of the aesthetics, but also for comfort. Comfort leads to a more pleasurable typing, and for me who uses the keyboard every minute, it leads to less frustration. This is the Ducky One with PBT Dye-Sub keycaps, also known as the DKON1508 - which is a full-sized Ducky One mechanical keyboard, but this time instead of using ABS doubleshot keycaps, Ducky opted included PBT Dye-Sub keycaps by default. The name is a mouthful, so let’s just call it the DKON1508. In many cases, the DKON1508 will be exactly the same as the Ducky One TKL, which we reviewed here.
Yes, the image up above is the TP-Link Archer C5400X. For some reason, I naturally took a step back when I saw the color scheme and aesthetics. That thing looks a little freaky.