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    Not long ago, we reviewed the Corsair STRAFE Mechanical Keyboard. The STRAFE is truly an excellent mid-level mechanical keyboard, with optional textured keys optimized for gaming, a USB pass-through port, and an attractive red lighting scheme. But it also rings up at $109.99, making it too rich for some budget-minded Windows PC gamers.
    Mechanical keyboards simply cost more to make than cheaper keyboard types, so you're never going to find a decent one for less than the price of say, a retail game. But affordable models do exist, such as the E-BLUE Mazer Mechanical Keyboard. The Mazer packs Kailh switches, rainbow lighting, a variety of keyboard shortcuts, and a tiny form factor at less than eighty bucks. Is it a good alternative to brand name mechanical gaming keyboards? Read our detailed review with video to find out!

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    08-10-2015 05:50 AM

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