“Been using my Ducky Zero Shine Zone for 2 months now. I know it's not the newest Ducky product - having Shine 4 out recently and during my time of purchase, Shine 3 is already out cold. But I chose the Zero Shine Zone not because it's just a bit cheaper (S$20, USD16 cheaper than Ducky 3), but because I don't have to trouble myself of paying more for functions I don't want (not don't need, is...” --HengHoot
“SteelSeries has jumped on the mechanical RGB keyboard bandwagon. With that they have also brought a new mechanical switch to the field. The QS-1 is SteelSeries's answer to the already saturated Cherry MX lineup. How does it perform and compare to others? Let's find out.
Starting with the box we see the key switches featured as well as the illumination. The back highlights these same...” --WilliamGayde
“i bought this keyboard mostly for the price and having blue switches albeit Kailh and not cherry. the tactile feel was nice and i did like the clicky sound seeing that i had used domed membrane since forever. however the spacebar would double report at times and added to my illustrious habit of typos. at first it wasn't a large pain but seemed to increase in frequency. then the "M", semicolon ";...” --looniam
“Thought I would write a review as did take me a while to discover this device and I think it is a great option in the right situation.
It really is amazingly small and slim considering and the build quality is top notch. Despite being so slim there is no flex. This is perfect for controlling my HTPC from the couch but would also be a great compliment for a tablet. I have it in black and it...” --bichael
“Build Quality: 10/10
Design & Look: 10/10
My final Rating: 10/10
Purchase Date: December 2013
Purchase Price: £70
First of all I would like to thank Perixx for sending me the keyboard for review. The keyboard can be found on AmazonUK for £70.
This is a US layout keyboard, despite being on Amazon UK. Perixx made me aware of this, prior to receiving the PX-5000. It...” --Totally Dubbed
“I was sent a review sample from Perixx to judge how it performs in comparison to some of my other keyboards I own.
This keyboard is absolutely excellent at its price point of £35 and more so isn't just good for gaming but also for daily usage.
Its build quality is something that really stands out at first, with functionalities that stick out in comparison to other (more expensive)...” --Totally Dubbed
“I noticed this keyboard at Verizon stores and out of curiosity's sake, i looked up the model number on Google, and tada, this keyboard is available from Ebay from here: http://www.ebay.com/itm/400572308203?ssPageName=STRK:MEWNX:IT&_trksid=p3984.m1439.l2649
Now, what makes this keyboard unique? For starters, most touchpad keyboards are often wireless and does not include a numpad, which i...” --ChronoBodi
“As a newcomer of the "Tenkeyless" Mechanical Keyboard variants, I am glad that I chose this one as my first, as it has exceeded my expectations so far when it comes to light gaming and typing purposes. I bought the "Red backlit MX Black" (Note that this MX Black is not Cherry but Noppoo's own custom MX Black keys,but fortunately still retains most of the feel of Cherry mx black switches, with...” --DatLoudTyper
“Recently I was fortunate enough to receive a free keyboard to review. This was the result of a competition run on OCAU, by Aorus' representative, CXThunder.
Unfortunately, there was a small issue with the first keyboard that was sent to me.
CXThunder was very helpful, but after troubleshooting it was decided the product must be faulty, so the first keyboard was returned, then a second one sent....” --Spork13
“Well, the world of mechanical keyboards is hardly something new to these forums, so I'll keep this review brief.
I have a Cooler Master rapid fire with MX blues to compare with and I by far love the extra force I need to use to press keys.
Between all the LED modes, the overall design, what is there not to love? Well for me the cable comes to mind. I prefered the cable on my CM Rapid fire...” --Duality92