Patriot have been focusing on peripherals as of late, while still more commonly known for volatile memory they have branched out into numerous other product lines. The Viper V760 uses Kailh switches equivalent to Cherry MX Brown; of the RGB LED variety for this is another colourful keyboard. Techgage tried out this keyboard in their latest review, appreciating many of the features of the board, perhaps most notibly the price of $100 or less.
"While mechanical keyboards have slowly become ubiquitous, not everyone has had a chance to try one out. For this article, we not only test out the latest keyboard from long-time memory company Patriot, with its Viper V760, we take a look at it from a new perspective – the perspective of someone who’s never used a mech before."
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I just want a keyboard that
I just want a keyboard that feels the same as my old circa 2003 IBM ThinkPad T40’s keyboard. THAT would be a killer keyboard, in my book.