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These keyboard reviews cover every type of typing peripheral including those used for gaming and those used just for typing.

Vissles V84 Wireless Keyboard

Wireless keyboards are an essential tool that every workspace should have front and center. They should be compatible with your style of work or entertainment and comfortable for you to use. In a way, choosing a keyboard is a lot like finding the right pair of shoes. Each has its own specific utility purpose and comfort level for the user

ENHANCE Pathogen 2 Mechanical Gaming Keyboard

The Pathogen 2 is an evolution of the Pathogen Gaming Keyboard. It has an improved polling rate and actuation delays are nearly eliminated. The Pathogen 2 features a response time of 1ms which is much faster than the 30ms response time of traditional mechanical keyboards.


I love playing with keyboards. I guess I’ve always just liked the ‘clickety-clack’ noises they make. I’ve noticed over time though that the right keyboard can really make or break your productivity, too. One of my favorite keyboards in the past 10 years has been a mechanical keyboard by SteelSeries.

Dark Matter Collider TKL RGB Gaming Keyboard

One of my favorite accessories for workstations is the keyboard. I’ve been through dozens of keyboards over the years and found that mechanical keyboards are a lot of fun to use – even for daily tasks. My issue is finding the ‘right’ mechanical keyboard for me. I like a softer feel with mechanical keys which is why I was excited to try the Dark Matter by Monoprice Collider TKL Gaming Keyboard. 

Keychron K3 Wireless Keyboard

For many years now, I’ve been searching for a mechanical keyboard that was designed to work with macOS. There are many different styles of keyboards that will work with macOS, but they aren’t designed for it. That means there are Windows keys on the keyboard instead of Command keys and in order to use the keyboard, you have to think about the CTL key being the alternative keystroke for commands