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Review – ASUS RoG GK2000 Horus Mechanical Gaming Keyboard

GK2000 Horus keyboard confirms that ASUS is moving all of their products to cope with their owl themed designs and aesthetics across all products. They can even incorporate an owl design into a keyboard - and that became the RoG GK2000 Horus mechanical keyboard. Named after the Egyptian's falcon-headed god, I expect that the GK2000 is nothing less than a godly-leveled keyboard from ASUS.

EXCLUSIVE – Unboxing the ASUS GK2000 Horus keyboard

First up - it's a mechanical gaming keyboard. And the only reason why I'm doing this unboxing video is because this keyboard is sent...

Review – Logitech G G810 Orion Spectrum

Logitech is now back at it again with another keyboard that uses its own proprietary Romer-G key switches. This is the Logitech G G810, and Logitech made a few significant changes around all around. Check out the review of it here!

Review – Armaggeddon MKA-9C Psychraptor: fireworks with great value

We’ve known Armaggeddon for quite some time now – and yes, they currently hold the status for one of the best budget mechanical keyboard with RGB lighting out there – the MKA-11R, which we also reviewed it here. Personally I loved that keyboard way more than I should. That keyboard has aged, and it is now replaced by the brand new MKA-9C Psychraptor mechanical keyboard. How does it fare compared to that keyboard?

Review – Ducky One TKL mechanical keyboard: top-notch affordability

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.

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