Keyboards are core to most people’s daily work. At some point or another, during your day, I guarantee that at least 99% of you reading this post type on a keyboard (whether it be digital, or physical) at least once per day. Gone are the days where these keyboards are all a plain, black matte plastic molded into a single form factor. Nowadays, we have RGB options, different switch options, such as membrane, mechanical and everything in-between, we have wireless options, integrated options, foldable options, the choices are. The Arealer Roarer RGB keyboard I am reviewing today falls into the budget RGB backlit, Blue Mechanical switched, USB wired, 104 key category!
So… as you can tell by the title of this post, whilst there’s definitely a brand name in there, there’s no product name/family. I’ll be referring to this keyboard as “the VicTop” for the remainder of the review. Back on track – The keyboard I’m looking at today is the smallest and cheapest model VicTop offer: the TenKeyLess (TKL/80%/87 keys), “Outemu” blue clicky switched, “water resistant” model to be a bit more specific. At £24, this keyboard is one that anyone on a budget may be considering!
The Logitech G610 Orion keyboard is a clean, simple and refined “gaming” keyboard marking Logitech’s return to using Cherry MX switches (red and brown) as opposed to their proprietary Romer-G mechanical switches.