Vissles creates some nice gadgets, and their latest is a mechanical keyboard that works via Bluetooth or USB, it can pair to multiple devices at once, it has hot-swappable keys for Windows and macOS, has a range of backlighting options, and is macro-programmable too.
Logitech G, a subsidiary of peripherals maker Logitech, has released a new mechanical gaming keyboard that is a smaller version of one released earlier, but in a tenkeyless form.
From the time you take the G413 out of its packaging, it is evident that this is a solid, high-quality keyboard – for any of you who unleash fury upon their keyboard after losing a close game (because of your teammates, of course), this keyboard will likely stand up to this. Disclaimer: this was not tested in this review.
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