Why You Should Get a Mechanical Keyboard

I’ve now written three reviews of mechanical keyboards. There was my first (and the one I’m typing on right now), a CM Storm QuickFire Rapid, a Rosewill 9000V2, and, most recently, a Vortex Race 3. Each keyboard was different. One without a number pad, one with a number pad, and one that pushed all the...

Vortex Race 3 Mechanical Keyboard Review

I love a good keyboard. I’m a software developer, and, if you’re reading this, you’ve surely figured it out by now, I’m a writer as well. I spend a lot of time typing. I own two different mechanical keyboards, and have a third one at work, each one completely different, and each one worth the admittedly...

Rosewill 9000V2 Review

I like my job. I mean, I hate waking up early in the mornings, and Mondays are the worst thing ever, but I do like my job. Lately, I’ve been looking forward to writing software at work. Not just creating software, but actually writing it, with my fingers, on my keyboard, the physical act of...

I’ve Got the Cherry MX Blues

Cherry makes the best mechanical keyboard switches. Mechanical keyboards work a bit differently than your run of the mill keyboards. They don’t use scissor switches like laptop keyboards or all Apple keyboards. There isn’t a rubbery membrane either. Instead, each key is an individual, mechanical switch. Pressing these switches down makes for a unique typing...