Given just how long Logitech has been a vendor of all manner of desktop peripherals, it may come as a surprise that they've taken this long to release a keyboard with mechanical switches. Historically Logitech keyboards have employed membrane switches across the board, but Cherry MX mechanical switches have been picking up quite a bit of steam among enthusiasts lately. Mechanical keyboards are traditionally a fair sight more expensive than membrane-style keyboards owing to the spring-actuated switch in every single key, but the tactile feedback, durability, and overall comfort is undeniable. Consumers have largely spoken, and now Logitech is answering with the G710+. At the same time, Logitech has also released an MMO-oriented mouse alongside growing ranks like Corsair's M90 and Razer's Naga. MMO mice...
Get Diablo III Free with Annual WoW Subscription
In an effort to hold on to players whose interest in their seven-year-old MMO might finally be waning, Blizzard’s promising a free digital copy of Diablo III to anyone...24 by Craig Getting on 10/22/2011
Final Fantasy XIV To Finally Charge Money, New Version Next Year
After thirteen months of an extended free trial, Square-Enix’s MMO Final Fantasy XIV will begin charging a subscription fee. The subscription-based billing system will go into effect sometime between...14 by Craig Getting on 10/14/2011
Star Wars: The Old Republic Dated and Priced
Concrete details on the release of BioWare’s Star Wars MMO have finally surfaced. Star Wars: The Old Republic will release in North America on December 20 and Europe on...27 by Craig Getting on 9/24/2011