There’s two main schools of thought when it comes to gaming nice.
There’s the heavily evolved, multi buttoned, feature and software packed
beasts. They might have changeable weights, a little LCD display, 10+ buttons
The other camp is cut back and basic in comparison. However it dispenses with a
lot of the unecessary guff that’s often bundled with the hardware of the first group.
Today I’m looking at a similar rodent, though it’s also a budget offering. The Cooler
Master Xornet, with its rubberised sides and compact design embodies the simplified
nature that some of the popular mechanical gaming keyboards do. @ XSReviews