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Audio | 16th January 2014
QPAD have teamed up with the professional audio specialists beyerdynamic to bring studio quality audio to the gaming world.
Audio | 31st December 2013
We take a look at the Corsair Vengeance 1400 headset, for 55 quid could this be the perfect headset to make the most of that headphone amp on your new motherboard?
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Gaurang Shah | 23rd December 2010
StarTech.com today announced the launch of its new line of custom-designed video cables with unique lengths.
Gaurang Shah | 19th November 2010
PCI Express 3.0 is officially out to members of the PCI Special Interest Group (PCI-SIG); the group has listed the specifications on its website.
Gaurang Shah | 18th November 2010
MSI is searching for extra talented designers to design their next-gen ClickBIOS.
Audio | 4th October 2013
Our next CM Storm review is of the Pulse R headset, which has some very cool customisation potential.
Audio | 25th September 2013
Today we're looking at an active noise cancelling headset from ASUS, the ROG Vulcan ANC.
Audio | 11th September 2013
If you're in the mood for some gaming action and require a headset, maybe ASUS has just the thing with their Echelon.
Audio | 18th April 2013
Today we take a look at the latest premium headset from Qpad, designed for the discerning audiophile.
Audio | 25th January 2013
Ozone gear is very competitively priced, so does the Rage ST prove to be a bargain?
Gaurang Shah | 26th October 2010
A new Wi-Fi specification has gone live today with the endorsement of the Wi-Fi Alliance.
Bryan Waters | 30th August 2010
The fun never stops at Insomnia 40. Two more deserving gamers are going home with the prize.
Ben Short | 6th August 2010
Integrated Force Feedback comes as standard.
Derrick Huey | 21st July 2010
Microsoft's monthly subscription-based music service could be hitting the UK soon.
James Banks | 22nd April 2010
The most talked about headset for years! Changing the face of gaming or just hype? The Psyko 5.1 PC Gaming headset is finally here!
Gaurang Shah | 18th March 2010
Innovative gadgets’ manufacturer Wearable Inc. recently launched its latest device – the AirStash, which has the ability to convert any SD card into a portable wireless media server.