The CM STorm NovaTouch TKL has a clever underlying premise, but this membrane and mechanical keyboard combo doesn't score.
While there are decent membrane keyboards on the market, if you're an average typist or a core gamer, you're better off going mechanical.
Power users who don't mind a bit of a learning curve will appreciate the capabilities of the Fleksy Keyboard for iOS.
If you want more keys than you can shake a joystick at, along with pretty lights, the SteelSeries Apex is a very good choice.
The K70 RGB is one of the best gaming keyboards available, offering a plethora of lighting options and solid performance in a sleek design.
The Razer Anansi boasts a smart size, sleek design and excellent in-game performance — and a large price tag.
The Logitech G19s is a solid keyboard with great software, but it has an LCD screen of questionable use and a high price, making it hard to recommend.
The Raptor K40 is a decent keyboard with a cool lighting gimmick, but it's hard to think of any reason to spend $80 for it.
The Razer Deathstalker will suit all of your gaming needs, but you could just as easily get a similar chiclet keyboard for much less money.
The Logitech G105 has a pleasant design and decent macro functionality, but it's not much better than a standard office keyboard.
If you can do without bells and whistles, the Poseidon ZX is a quality keyboard at a much lower price than some of its nearest competitors.
With features sure to appeal to a variety of gamers, the BlackWidow Ultimate is one of the best all-around gaming keyboards on the market.
The Rosewill RGB80 is a solid tenkeyless gaming keyboard with good performance and fun lighting effects.
For a comfortable keyboard with an attractive design and a robust feature set, the Corsair Vengeance K70 is tough to beat.
The Roccat Ryos MK Pro is a good keyboard with slick lighting and versatile software, but it's a bit too expensive.
The Corsair Vengeance K95 keyboard is a good choice for PC gamers with a lot of desk space and a predilection for high-level MMO play.
We bang on fresh keyboards from Microsoft, Logitech, Matias, and Eclipse, and determine whether they deserve to sit in front of your monitor.
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