Keyboards

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The best gaming keyboard is 55% off today at Best Buy

Esports legends Fnatic make some truly high-grade gaming peripherals, and their full-size Fnatic Streak mechanical keyboard is more than 50% off today. In fact, you can pick up the Streak from Best Buy for just $50, a $60 reduction from its normal price of $110 and the lowest price we’ve ever seen by a long shot. Read more

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£37 is an insanely good price for a top mechanical keyboard

Whoa – the Xtrfy K4 TKL was already a great value mechanical keyboard at its original price of £90, but today Amazon are selling the UK model for just £36.59. That’s a titanic reduction and a truly wicked deal for a high-grade mechanical keyboard. Katharine hasn’t reviewed the K4 TKL for RPS just yet, but I have happened to test it out – so let me run through its strong points quickly. It’s got high quality Kailh Red switches, which are plate-mounted to improve the typing response. It has thick ABS keycaps, lubed stabilisers and foam padding in the bottom…

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Best gaming keyboard 2020: the top mechanical and wireless keyboards for gaming

Your gaming keyboard is one of the most important parts of your PC, but picking the best gaming keyboard for you and your budget can be a challenge when there are so many different types to choose from. But we’re here to help. I’ve tested dozens of gaming keyboards over the years, and so I’ve put together this list of all my top recommendations. It covers all budgets and switch preferences, and I’ve also included a short explainer on everything you need to know about buying a new gaming keyboard, too, including what the difference is between membrane and mechanical…

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Cyber Monday 2020 gaming mouse and keyboard deals

[cms-block] is now over for another year, but there’s still time to grab a last minute gaming mouse and keyboard deal with this year’s Cyber Monday sale. We’ve gathered all of our top picks right here in our curated list below, presenting you with the absolute cream of the deals crop. We’ve also removed all the old Black Friday deals that have now passed, and will be adding more Cyber Monday gaming mouse and keyboard deals as they go live throughout the day. (more…)

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SteelSeries’ Black Friday deals are much better than Amazon

Like me, a deals maniac, SteelSeries have obviously caught the [cms-block] bug a wee bit early, because they’ve got some great member discounts on some of our favourite gaming mice, keyboards and headset picks – many of which beat the prices you’ll find on Amazon this week. They’re among some of the best [cms-block] and [cms-block] out there, and since ‘member’ here means ‘person who has signed up to their website for free’, you should probably take a look if you’re in the market for clicky-clacks or speaky-hears. There are some not-insignificant reductions on some of SteelSeries’ most premium hardware,…

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Black Friday 2020 gaming mouse and keyboard deals: all the best early deals

[cms-block] is properly upon us now, and even though the big day itself technically isn’t until November 27th, you don’t need to wait to pick up a new gaming keyboard or mouse. There are already loads of great Black Friday mice and keyboard deals on right now, with some smashing discounts on RPS faves like the Logitech G Pro Wireless mouse, which we reviewed as the best wireless mouse ever made. Its slighly more budget sibling, the Logitech G203 Lightsync, meanwhile, is down to a truly bargaintastic £20. There are also some great deals for our US pals too, where…

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Fnatic Streak65 review

Fnatic Streak65 review specs: Form factor: 65% Switch: Fnatic Speed low-profile switches Connection: Detachable USB-C to USB-A cable Dimensions: 317x108x22mm Weight: 410g Price: £110 / $110 As I mentioned in my Roccat Vulcan Pro TKL review the other week, I’m a big fan of compact gaming keyboards. I rarely use the number pad that takes up so much room on full-sized keyboards, and I like the extra desk space tenkeyless ones bring with them by chopping it off. Go too small, however, and it starts to become less practical for everything else, as I found with the 60% HyperX x…