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Input Devices | 22nd September 2014
Tired of the same colour offerings but still want a mechanical keyboard? Corsair's K70 RGB is just the ticket.
Input Devices | 9th September 2014
Cougar, more famed for their PSU's, enter the gaming mouse fray with the 700M. And what an entrance they make.
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Derrick Huey | 5th March 2009
Previously simply a design concept, Asus's innovative keyboard PC will soon be on its way to market.
Matthew Fogg | 3rd March 2009
Two mice and keyboards coming from Gigabyte
Derrick Huey | 20th February 2009
OCZ Technology Introduces Alchemy Illuminati Backlit Keyboard Designed for Multimedia Users
Input Devices | 6th June 2014
In the market for a mechanical gaming keyboard but short on space? Perhaps CM Storm have just the product.
Input Devices | 28th February 2014
The latest addition to the CM Storm range of peripherals is the Trigger Z keyboard. We take a look.
Input Devices | 24th February 2014
CM Storm have been producing quality peripherals for some time now, and today we take a look at two new gaming mice.
Input Devices | 7th January 2014
A new name on the block, Gamdias have provided their top of the range gaming keyboard, the Hermes, for our inspection.
Input Devices | 4th October 2013
The last of our three CM Storm reviews is the Reaper Gaming Mouse. Stuffed full of high-end technology, does it cut the mustard?
Derrick Huey | 9th January 2009
New products reveal renewed focus on product design and proprietary technologies
Matthew Fogg | 7th January 2009
Logitech have some new gear on the horizon from their high-end G-series peripherals.
Derrick Huey | 7th November 2008
The product page for the third generation of the popular Saitek Eclipse has gone up.
Stuart Boardman | 14th October 2008
Vista64 Support at last for the Neural Impulse Actuator.
Derrick Huey | 9th October 2008
Razer Fuses Aesthetics And Form With Razer Lycosa Mirror Special Edition and Razer Arctosa
Matthew Fogg | 23rd September 2008
Microsofts BlueTrack Mice reportedly track better than expected