We all get frustrated when we play games, where sometimes things just don’t work out the way we intend. Frustration can manifest in many forms, with some people choosing to swear, some people choosing to “rage quit”, while others might choose more destructive forms of venting their frustrations, like in the case of Twitch streamer Dellor.
One of the selling points of mechanical keyboards are the switches that comes with it. These switches are what determines the keyboard’s feel, like is it going to be clicky, how tactile it feels, how smooth it feels, and what kind of sound it makes. Usually when you buy a keyboard, you’re required to choose the switch beforehand as typically speaking, they can’t be changed afterwards.
One of the ways Apple has been trying to position the iPad Pro has a productivity device is with the introduction of the Smart Keyboard, essentially transforming the tablet into a pseudo laptop of sorts. Apple then upped their game by announcing that with iPadOS 13, they will finally be bringing support for mice.
The other day, Apple made a surprising announcement at its iPhone event. Typically the company reserves its new iPad announcements for much later in the year, but for some reason, the company decided to launch a new 10.2-inch entry-level iPad at its event. One of the changes they made is the introduction of the Smart Connector.
One of the upsides to mechanical keyboards is that they tend to focus a lot on durability, where a typical mechanical keyboard switch is said to be capable of lasting for over a million keystrokes. However, the tech behind these switches hasn’t really changed all that much over the years, which is something that Input Club is hoping to do.
In the world of mechanical keyboards, the more mainstream brands that come to mind would be Razer. Then there are also lesser-known brands that might not be familiar to the masses, such as Ducky, which are actually a pretty popular choice in the mechanical keyboard community amongst those who are looking to get into the hobby.
If you’re a huge fan of Star Wars and wouldn’t mind decorating your computer desk with Star Wars themed accessories, you might be pleased to learn that gaming accessory maker Razer has announced new Star Wars themed gaming accessories in conjunction with the 4th of May, also known as “May the fourth be with you”.
Apple is a company who is known for their attention to detail and also quality in their products, but in the past couple of years, the company has come under fire for the keyboards used in their MacBook lineup. This is due to the butterfly switch design that seems to fail a lot more easily than the previous design.
https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/keytron/keychron-k2-a-sleek-compact-wireless-mechanical-keEarlier this year, the Keychron mechanical keyboard was launched on Kickstarter. For those who missed it, the Keychron is a mechanical keyboard that uses low-profile switches and keys, meaning that it will feel more like a laptop’s keyboard than a regular keyboard, with the upside being that it makes it more portable.
A couple of years ago, Logitech announced the Slim Folio keyboard case for the iPad. This provided users with an alternative to Apple’s own Smart Keyboard, which let’s face it, was kind of expensive. Now the good news is that it looks like Logitech has since updated its lineup where the latest model will be compatible with Apple’s new iPad Pros.
Topre is a brand that occupies a rather special place in the mechanical keyboard community. While not technically considered a mechanical keyboard, many enthusiasts do seem particularly fond of the company’s mechanism as it provides a very unique typing experience that can’t seem to be mimicked no matter how hard switch makers seem to be trying.While Topre’s switches might probably be best known for being used in the Happy Hacking […]
Keyboards come in a variety of sizes, and for the most part, many of you would probably be familiar with the full-sized version that comes bundled with most computers, and is what you would typically find in a computer store or online. Then there are also the tenkeyless keyboards that some manufacturers offer that does away with the numpad in favor of a smaller design.However if you were to dive […]
There are a lot of keyboards out there that are marketed to be small and slim, making it ideal to be brought around. However mechanical keyboards for the most part tend to be big, thanks largely to the use of its switches and the size of its keycaps. However if you wanted a mechanical keyboard that you could bring around with you, then maybe the Keychron could be worth checking […]
You would think that toilet is the dirtiest place. But in case you did not already know, it has actually been found that your computer’s keyboard is many, many times more dirty compared to a toilet seat, even if it doesn’t necessarily look like it.How To Clean Your KeyboardEasyIf you don’t have a lot of time and just want a quick and easy solution to clean your keyboard, these steps […]