Our team is thrilled to announce that our Element Keyboard was awarded in the 2020 Good Design Awards! We’re honored to be recognized alongside so many prominent gaming and PC brands in the Electronics category, including Razer, Logitech, Dell, HP and Lenovo, among others.
Now in its 70th year and presented by The Chicago Athenaeum Museum of Architecture and Design, the Good Design Awards
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Whether you’re considering a keyboard upgrade, or you’re an avid user of Element and our ecosystem already, we’re here to cover the highlights of our latest game integrations.
Learn which integrations are available for the games you already love. Discover new games with unparalleled immersion when paired with our reactive software. These are three of the newest PC game releases you can’t miss on Element.
Though not officially releasing until December 10, we’ve been building out our customized integration for Cyberpunk 2077...
Have you met Element V2? Think the same great software and hardware with an updated design for new and improved stabilizers and keycaps. The revamped version of our content-reactive mechanical keyboard syncs dynamic RGB effects for customized illumination with any PC game.
Element is more than just a keyboard – it's infinite content at your fingertips. Access a fast-growing library of game integrations for insane customization and next-level reactive effects.
New integrations drop every week, spanning from cult favorites to the most anticipated new releases, so...
Whether you’re setting up a PC gaming setup for the first time and choosing a monitor, or if you’re looking to upgrade because your gaming monitor’s best years are behind it, now’s a good time to do it. With Black Friday and Cyber Monday right around the corner, you can expect to find some of the best tech deals of the year going on between now and New Year’s Eve.
There’s plenty of options (not to mention varying price points) out there, so we’ve gathered our quick...
How much time do you spend gaming each week? Research shows gamers on average spend about 7 hours per week at their battlestation. If that estimate sounds low to you, you’re not alone - it sounds low to us, too. Keep in mind that’s also a pre-pandemic number, and we all know gaming has been on the rise during the year of staying home.
Either way, that’s a lot of time to be sitting at your computer, especially...