Two Keyboards WERE Harmed In The Filming Of This Video
Mar10

Two Keyboards WERE Harmed In The Filming Of This Video

Ever wondered what would happen if you unloaded a few high-caliber rounds into your gaming keyboard? Well, someone has actually tested the theory by setting up a Razer Lycosa and Logitech G15 at a firing round. So which keyboard suffered flesh wounds and which was carried out in a body bag? Yeah, I know, it’s a stupid test, but it is kind of fascinating too. Source: Cult Of...

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Razer Lycosa Mirror Edition – Not For Sticky Fingers
Oct12

Razer Lycosa Mirror Edition – Not For Sticky Fingers

Apparently some users of the Razer Lycosa keyboard have expressed a dislike of its rubbery keys, so the Razer Lycosa Mirror Edition has been developed to counter that criticism. The standard Lycosa keyboard has a slightly glossy finish and soft rubber-coated keys that IMHO are rather pleasant to the touch. The Mirror Edition replaces that with a high-gloss black finish applied to both the case and the keys, giving them a smooth...

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Razer Arctosa Keyboard Is A Cut-Down Lycosa (But In A Good Way)
Oct12

Razer Arctosa Keyboard Is A Cut-Down Lycosa (But In A Good Way)

There’s a new budget gaming keyboard in town and its called the Razer Arctosa.

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Logitech G11 vs Razer Lycosa
Jan17

Logitech G11 vs Razer Lycosa

Following on from my previous comparison of the Logitech G15 and Razer Tarantula, I thought I’d take a look at their cheaper siblings, the Razer Lycosa and Logitech G11. Not every gamer is prepared to spend nearly $100/£80 on a gaming keyboard, so at a lower price both of these keyboards should generate a bit more interest from gamers on a slightly lower budget. But are they worth buying, and which is best? Seconds out, round 1!...

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Razer Announces New Lycosa Gaming Keyboard
Oct07

Razer Announces New Lycosa Gaming Keyboard

Having criticised the Razer Tarantula for it’s lack of backlighting in my last gaming keyboard shootout, I have just heard of a new product that might answer that criticism. This comes in the form of a new gaming keyboard, the Razer Lycosa. This is an all new design, based on a standard QWERTY layout complete with multimeda keys. In Razer’s trademark black, the Lycosa features keys coated with a non-slip rubber finish.The...

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