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Tech Review Tuesday: Zowie Celeritas II vs Fnatic Gear Rush Blue (UK)

Posted 23rd October 2018 By: Derpina    397 Views

Tech Review Tuesday: Zowie Celeritas II vs Fnatic Gear Rush Blue (UK)

Esports News – The hardware you use as a professional or a casual gamer plays a huge role. Your gear matters if you are seeking better results out of your gaming. You are there to win, so might as well take advantage of gaming equipment that can deliver unparalleled performance and accurate commands. Considering this, this week’s episode of Tipify Gaming Equipment series features two gaming keyboards fit for both pro and novice gamers of any genre: Zowie Celeritas II and Fnatic Gear Rush Blue (UK). Get yourself acquainted and pick the best keyboard that you’d bring to battles with you.

Zowie Celeritas II

The name “Celeritas” is actually the Latin word for “quickness”. Not surprisingly, it lives up to its name. Many professional gamers commend the fast and responsive performance of the keyboard in Overwatch, Starcraft: Remastered, and CSGO. Additionally, the keyboard is also proven to be quite competent for single-player genres such as Diablo III and The Legend of Zelda, as well as MMOs like Marvel Heroes Omega. You don’t need to download additional software or come up with special tricks to make it faster. It functions as it is, just plug it and play.

The first version of Celeritas was equipped with steady Cherry MX Brown keys. Version 2.0 uses a form of optical key switches, a relatively new type of mechanical switches that claim to be faster and more durable than older models. Working together with the keys are Celeritas’ impressive specs: high-quality iron spring, Red LED backlit keys, 100% N-Key Rollover, and Real-Time Response System—all of which represents the features a professional gamer always look for.

Fnatic Gear Rush Blue (UK)

The keyboard is under the product line of Fnatic Gear, a company established by esports organization Fnatic. They’ve released an entire gaming equipment for fans with mice, headsets, and mousepads. But the more popular product in the market today is their Fnatic Gear Rush Blue gaming keyboard, a 104-key mechanical typing equipment that hits all the basic notes accurately using Cherry MX Red switches and onboard memory. It is, of course, perfect for game genres played by Fnatic players such as League of Legends, Dota 2, and CSGO.

The sound, or lack thereof, is the greatest feature of Fnatic Gear Rush Blue. If you always play games, day and night, then the idea of a mechanical gaming keyboard that doesn’t make any noise is the perfect option for you—more specifically, the Rush Silent typing experience. Many professionals claim that it’s like “tapping against a soft, soundless void”. Partnered silent gaming with a little glow from the LED lighting technology of the keyboard and you’re good to go!


Written by Derpina