If you’re looking for a cheap RGB keyboard that is loaded with lighting options and feels great to use whether it’s general use or gaming then look no further than this gaming keyboard from Pictek.
After using it for almost a week now I’ve felt that it was a good time to get it going with a review. It is a lot better than I expected, much like how my first impressions of the Pictek gaming mouse was.
Although not truly mechanical, it “feels mechanical” while still being a membrane keyboard. I’ll explain later on. They did a good job making it feel mechanical, that’s for sure!
It’s time to review the Cooler Master Storm Devastator II gaming keyboard and mouse combo because it’s a popular pick on Amazon right now and for good reason!
I’ve written a review on the previous generation of this combination and have recommended it with all of the PC builds that I have here on the site but now that the price of this combo makes more sense and it’s the more “upgraded” version I figured that it’d be a good time to switch over to this combo instead!
Looking for the best gaming keyboard for under $50? In my opinion the Logitech G105 over delivers not only on its design but its functionality as well.
Designed specifically for PC gamers, the Logitech G105 has features that will give any user a better gaming experience simply because of its feel and the amount of programmable keys that are included with it. Most keyboards that have programmable keys run $100+ and to me that’s just way to much to spend on a gaming keyboard. Sure some of them look super cool but most gamers are more so looking for the best keyboard that gives a high amount of value for a lower price. That’s where the G105 comes in!