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Redragon Horus K618: The Best Value Low-Profile Keyboard

Redragon is a keyboard manufacturer that is no stranger to making value-focused mechanical keyboards. The Redragon Horus K618 is a low-profile keyboard providing a solid experience at a competitive price. The Horus K618 offers wireless connectivity, macro keys, and a variety of other features to make it a good option for anyone who is… Continue Reading →

North-Facing vs South-Facing Switches

The world of mechanical keyboards can be complex but can be very fun and satisfying. On keyboards, switches are attached to a PCB, printed circuit board. Switches can be attached in one of two configurations. This often causes confusion as people bring up terms like interference or switch orientation. When looking to buy a… Continue Reading →

Epomaker B21 Review: Retro With A Twist

Epomaker has pioneered the budget side of mechanical keyboards making some fantastic value boards. This is no different with the Epomaker B21 mechanical keyboard that features a retro-style design. The B21 is a wireless, 65% mechanical keyboard with a few unique features to pair with its classic design. Today we will take a look… Continue Reading →

Epomaker NT68: Revolutionizing Portability

Epomaker has pioneered the budget side of mechanical keyboards making some of the most well-priced and well-built keyboards ever. Epomaker are responsible for the widely popular GK61 and GK68, many other starter keyboards, and even some more higher end keyboards. One of their upcoming releases is the NT68. The NT68 is a wireless, 65%,… Continue Reading →

Are Ergonomic Keyboards Worth It?

If you spend a lot of time typing at your setup you may be looking to improve the ergonomics and comfort of your setup. One of the best ways to improve long-term comfort is by using an ergonomic keyboard. Ergonomic keyboards position your hands and wrists better for a more comfortable experience and potentially… Continue Reading →

Are Colemak or Dvorak Worth It?

QWERTY, the common keyboard layout that everyone is used to. If you have grown an interest in keyboards then you may have heard about some other keyboard layouts such as Colemak or Dvorak. Using any of these alternative keyboard layouts has a variety of upsides but is switching to something like Colemak, Dvorak, or… Continue Reading →


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