Sharkoon has stepped into the gaming-keyboard ring with its new budget plank called the Skiller, which is loaded with hotkeys and a macro-recording software suite. Those of you not familiar with Sharkoon should know that the company started out making cold-cathode PC lighting a decade ago, and has since expanded its offering with keyboards, mice, and other PC peripherals.
Note: This review was originally featured in the June 2013 issue of the magazine.
Mechanical, membrane, and all the Cherry switches explained
So you want to buy a mechanical keyboard, eh? Why is that? Perhaps you’ve heard that they’re the growing rage among gamers and PC enthusiasts – assuming that’s still a “cool” phrase to use. Maybe you’ve gotten your hands on one and, while you’re not quite 100% sure what exactly makes them different from the keyboards you’ve been using, you nevertheless have fallen in love with the mechanical experience. Maybe you have no idea what a mechanical keyboard really is or why it rocks, but you’re interested to find out.