Gaming keyboard meets manual typewriter
New version takes a cue from the past with rubberized keys.
Hard-core gamers are always looking for gear that will survive the mostunder their . So needless to say, are frequently at the top of the list.
But it isn't often that a new version borrows a technology from the distant past. The first gaming keyboard in OCZ's new "Alchemy" series features keys made from "100 percent rubber-coating for no-slip comfort," according to PClaunches. And in doing so, the "
Alchemy has included a few more modern features as well, such as 10 programmable keys--the same number provided by the lower-end version of the vaunted " " keyboard from Art Lebedev, by the way. We don't know how well the Elixir stacks up in that regard, but at $30 vs. $462, it might be worth a try just to see.