Hardware

Poker II Review

Hello everyone. Welcome to another Rhinofeed review! Today we're going to be looking at the KBC Poker II, the revised version of the ever-so-popular Poker keyboard. Included in the box is the following: a wire-type keypuller, a USB cable, a 4-page (non-English) manual, the keyboard itself, and last but not[…]

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IBM Model M Review

Now I shall write a retro review of the IBM Model M. Today we're celebrating this particular keyboard's 20th birthday! Let's go over the typing experience first. As many of you know, this keyboard uses a buckling spring switch. There is nothing else like it. The actuation point is very[…]

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Ducky Shine II Review

Hello everyone! Once again, I bring you another mechanical keyboard review. I'm happy to announce I've convinced my Dad to get his first mechanical keyboard, and might I say, he picked one of the best! The switches on this particular model are the Cherry MX Browns. Cherry MX Browns are[…]

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Keycool 22-key Numeric Keypad Review

Today we'll be taking a first look at the Keycool 22-key numeric keypad! One of the reasons I purchased this was because my Leopold is a tenkeyless model. This allows me to have the best of both worlds: a keypad plus mousing space without the slight twist in my wrist.[…]

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Build Rationale

In September, I recently picked up all of the components for my new PC. This would be my main video editing and gaming machine. I'm going to go through all the parts I used, and why I picked them. You can see the full list with the most up-to-date prices[…]

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