Henri Robbins

Henri Robbins is a freelance writer, keyboard expert, and student at Miami University. Primarily reviewing mechanical keyboards, he also has a running knowledge of computers, cameras, and audio equipment. He currently types on a Leopold FC660c, and outside of reviewing tech, Henri also writes poetry, explores nature, and (tries to) attend class.

Mac users: These are the best mechanical keyboards, keycaps, and switches

Whether you want the perfect typing experience or a vintage look, these mechanical keyboards, keycaps, and switches will fit right into any Mac setup.


The 10 best mechanical keyboard switches you’ve never heard of

Red, blue, and brown switches are great, but there's a whole world of mechanical keyboard switches for clack, thock, and quiet typing.


How to build dad the perfect mechanical keyboard for under $250

Save your dad from the doldrums of dull office work.

Father's Day

Meletrix Zoom65 review: This $200 custom keyboard really surprised me

Entering into the mechanical keyboard space can be intimidating. Meletrix’s Zoom65 eases that anxiety by making all the hardest decisions for you.


7 ways to make your mechanical keyboard quieter

An in-depth look at how to quiet down your mechanical keyboard without sacrificing typing feel. What works and what doesn’t for keeping your keyboard quiet?


ROG Strix Flare II Animate review: So much more than a gaming keyboard

ROG’s latest gaming mechanical keyboard doesn’t just look good — it’s a delight to type on, has hot-swappable switches, and has a sick programmable LED matrix panel.


MSI GK71 Sonic review: The most gamer-y gamer keyboard I’ve ever gamed on

MSI’s latest mechanical keyboard works well for gaming, especially if you're really into RGB, but falls short if you're looking for a really great typing experience or customization.


The 8 best keycaps to upgrade your mechanical keyboard

Keycaps can make or break your keyboard. Here are the eight best sets for every kind of mechanical keyboard setup. Cherry, DSA, ABS, PBT? We got you covered.


Are ceramic keycaps the next big keyboard trend?

Ceramic keycaps are a new, expensive option for your keyboard. How do they stack up to the more traditional keycap materials? Let's find out.


The Mode SixtyFive is custom mechanical keyboard endgame

With its luxurious customizable design, perfectly tuned typing, Mode’s SixtyFive could be the first and last premium mechanical keyboard you ever need.


The 8 best USB cables to elevate your custom mechanical keyboard

A custom mechanical keyboard deserves a sick USB cable to go along with it. Coiled or double-sleeved, or just plain funky, we've picked the best ones to spice up your keyboard.


Keychron K14 review: A starter keyboard that clicks in all the right ways

Keychron’s K14 is a budget 70% mechanical keyboard with Bluetooth that has a surprising amount of room for customization and fine-tuning.


MSI Creator Z16 review: Gaming and content creation collide

This 15-inch creator-oriented laptop provides all the tools for on-the-go editing and gaming, but there are a few things that may be deal-breakers for you.


Logitech Pop Keys review: An out-of-touch typing experience

Logitech’s Pop Keys proves that making a good mainstream mechanical keyboard takes a lot more than looks and gimmicks.


Logitech MX Keys Mini review: The better Magic Keyboard

Logitech’s newest keyboard improves upon Apple’s tried-and-true Magic Keyboard with massive improvements in utility and usability.


Steelseries’ water-resistant keyboard survives the deadliest spills

Steelseries’ Apex 3 TKL will make sure you aren’t crying over a glass of spilled milk — or any other liquids, for that matter.


Razer’s BlackWidow V3 Mini HyperSpeed is a quality, stress-free 65% keyboard

Despite its complex name, the Phantom Edition version of the Razer BlackWidow V3 Mini HyperSpeed is a stealthy, well-constructed, and wireless 65% mechanical gaming keyboard.


Razer Huntsman V2 TKL review: Overkill unless you’re a pro gamer

Razer’s latest gaming mechanical keyboard claims to be the “world’s fastest keyboard” with a response rate of over 8000Hz. But does that speed really matter?


Students: How to build the perfect mechanical keyboard

These are the keyboards you need to thrive on campus.

Back to School

Ends up 'Halo: Infinite' might actually be really good

Good news, everyone: It’s actually ‘Halo.’

Over yonder!