Vissels V84 Wireless Keyboard REVIEW | MacSources

Fun, easy-to-use mechanical keyboard with a soft touch.

Keyboards are an essential tool that every workspace should have front and center. They should be compatible with your style of work or entertainment and comfortable for you to use. In a way, choosing a keyboard is a lot like finding the right pair of shoes. Each has its own specific utility purpose and comfort level for the user. You could spend loads of time searching for just the right pair of shoes — and the same can be said for keyboards. This past…

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