If you think a keyboard needs to have macros and flashy lights to look good, think again. We recently got hands on withFeenix's Autore mechanical keyboard in our second product unboxing video and we were quite satisfied with the build quality and overall construction. It's so heavy that we would consider it as our weapon of choice during the zombie apocolypse, and it looks pretty sweet, too.
Never heard of Feenix, you say? The company is a relative newcomer to the field of PC peripherals and appears to be trying to make a splash by combining elegant designs with premium crafted components. Fleshing out a limited (but growing) catalog of peripherals is the Aria, which Feenix claims is a "studio grade" headphone and microphone combination. Let's take a peek at the specs.
Feenix is awfully proud to announce its new Nascita mouse for gamers. The highly hyped rodent supposedly offers a "perfect ergonomic feel" no matter how you choose to grip the mouse, whether it's using your palm, claw, or semi-claw. In addition, the Nascita doesn't require any special drivers or software. Just plug it in and you're ready to game with an 8200 dpi laser engine.