There’s a reason why mechanical keyboards are once again on the rage, which at one time was branded as the obsolete standard in the production and development of keyboard input devices.
Given their solid construction and reliable performance factors, a number of leaders in the gaming peripherals and accessories industries have recently rolled out gaming-inclined mechanical keyboards, in response to the dynamic demands often searched for by gamers.
The Nighthawk X8
As a brand, Max Keyboard isn’t really known for gamers, but it has held a reputation for offering quality boards which enhanced tactile feedback and activation pressure benefits.
Its Nighthawk X8, a fully-backlit mechanical keyboard, is indicative of the brand’s adherence to produce quality products, with features which don’t necessarily come as industry changers, but made under the terms and pretenses of superior construction and delivery quality.
It comes with fully integrated macro keys, along with enhanced key-rollover features (FULL NKRO on USB connectivity), which speaks volumes over just how enhanced the input device is for intense gaming sessions.
The keyboard also features built-in audio jacks, along with speed-enhanced USB ports, negating the need to find plug ports on CPUs. With braided cables and gold plated connectors, connections to-and-from the keyboard are solid, sturdy and well regulated.
Laser-engraved keys, Windows key-disable features, blue-hued LEDs, and embedded multimedia keys are also Nighthawk X8 highlights, with support for storing macro keys directly into the keyboard.
As a gaming keyboard, the Nighthawk X8 is impressive, addressing the needs of gamers, combined with comfort, quality and durability factors.