Gigabyte Challenging Razer?

"Gigabyte will soon be entering the gaming peripheral market"

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Gigabyte Challenging Razer?
Earlier this month, Gigabyte displayed a number of new products at CeBit.  Among them was what will be their first foray into the gaming peripheral market, the GK-K8000.
Worldwide 1st Mechanical Gaming Keyboard: GIGABYTE GK-K8000 is especially designed by engineers and designers who love RTS and FPS games, setting new industry standard for gaming keyboard. Thousands of gamers have been studied; their play style and practical functions their keyboard provided, the results of thousands of hours of study have culminated in the GIGABYTE’s mechanical keyboard, GK-K8000. To pursue the best quality gaming gear, GIGABYTE boasts its mechanical tactile system, featuring no-click Cherry MX Series key switches to guarantee a life cycle of up to 60 million keystrokes. In addition, it has macro capabilities, and GIGABYTE GHOST™ software includes several pre-set gaming profiles for FPS, RTS and RPG games
We now know that this keyboard is set to come out later this month with a price tag of $113, which is interestingly enough a bit lower than a similar product of the well-established gaming peripheral manufacturer Razer.
GK-K8000 Product Page
Will Gigabyte's first foray be appealing enough to challenge the gaming peripheral powerhouses of Razer and Logitech?
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15-03-2008, 07:39:19

OC3D look at two "high-end" mouse mats - XFX's QPAD Collector's edition and EVO-G's Illuminated Mousepad to see which is the better mat for your dollar


Reviewed conducted by Toxcity

15-03-2008, 11:45:52

I like that XFX QPAD one... :)

14-04-2008, 02:25:52

lol, I like the Illuminate Mousepud from Evo-G. Looks very special and cool~

14-04-2008, 02:30:06

Damn, Tox does reviews now?

Good review.

Rofl @ "Smells a bit."

14-04-2008, 03:56:35

It's true, I have another of their products ;)

Good one Tox :)

15-04-2008, 08:47:09


The Mediocre

* Smells a bit

LMAO, quality review :p

16-04-2008, 16:37:50

Might give that QPAD a go, the EVO-G is too OTT for me!

16-04-2008, 16:44:05

Totally forgot about this thread.. thanks for the nice comments guys! ;)
The QPAD is by far the best and if you are looking to get a nice comfy mouse mat it is one to consider.

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