Varmilo VA68M TL;DR

  Varmilo VA68M TL;DR Mechanical Keyboard Review The Varmilo VA68M is a beautiful keyboard. It's solid, a pleasure to use and full of quality. It's not got the full gamut of RGB lights (though there is an even more expensive version that does), but what it has is timeless elegance. Yeah, I said

Varmilo VA68M mechanical keyboard

Introduction If you're not a dedicated fan of mechanical keyboards, then Varmilo might make you think somebody just made an experimental new ice-cream flavour. But it's not. In fact, Varmilo is one of the most well known names in the rabbit hole of mechanical keyboards. It's a Taiwanese company that builds high

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iKBC F108 keyboard

Introduction Mechanical keyboards have become the new fashion statement in PC gaming. Yes I know that RGB lighting is also a new "it thing", but keyboards are actually practical additions to your desktop. They're supposed to be anyway. Besides, some keyboards can RGB with the best of them. Today, I'll be looking at

Wallpaper Engine

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The Logitech G602 review

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CM Storm Quickfire TK

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Blu Life One X2

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Truly wireless earbuds have been in development for a while and many companies are now starting to jump on the bandwagon, releasing their own fully wireless headphones. One recent example of this is the VerveOnes+ by Motorola (well