Category Archives: Peripherals

T-Dagger ESCORT T-TGK303 Mechanical Gaming Keyboard Review

REVIEW

Supplier: Syntech Price: R 699

T-Dagger is an entry level gaming peripheral brand by Eastern Times Technology in China that offers a full range of peripherals for the gamer on a budget. Today we’re having a look at the ESCORT T-TGK303 Mechanical Gaming Keyboard, which is a mechanical keyboard with the price of some membrane keyboards.

Corsair Ironclaw RGB FPS/MOBA Gaming Mouse Review

REVIEW

Corsair has been making massive strides in the peripheral world over the last few years, with each new iteration addresses issues of the previous generation and being an overall improvement on the last. Today we’re having a look at the Corsair Ironclaw RGB FPS/MOBA Gaming Mouse which was revealed at the beginning of the year at CES 2019.

Mushkin atom 64 GB Flash Drive Review

REVIEW

Mushkin goes back quite a long way, with some of their first consumer products being DDR1 RAM aimed at enthusiasts. I haven’t used a Mushkin product since my old Mushkin Blackline Level II 2x 256 MB DDR433 kit, so when I was given the opportunity to review one of their flash drives it was quite a throwback. That’s not to say that they’ve been out of the game; I just haven’t had a Mushkin product go through my hands. Today we’re having a look at the Muskin atom USB 3.0 64 GB flash drive, one of the smallest (physically) on the market.

Corsair Gaming K95 RGB Platinum Keyboard – Cherry MX Brown Switches

REVIEW

Corsair is one of the more established names in the gaming peripheral market, having hit the scene running a few years ago. Today we’re having a look at the Corsair Gaming K95 RGB Platinum Keyboard using Cherry MX Brown mechanical switches with a rated lifespan of 50 million presses, their top of the range keyboard and the replacement to the non-Platinum version. The keyboard is available with a range of Cherry MX switches, but as Brown switches are my personal preference that’s the one I’m looking at today to avoid any possibility of subjectivity skewing my objective view negatively.