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Input Devices | 4th July 2009
Looking for an affordable mouse pad to make the most of your high-end gaming mouse? Enter the Roccat Taito...
Input Devices | 14th June 2009
Ever felt as though your otherwise unbeatable fragging skills were being held back by your computer? Maybe newcomer to the scene Roccat can help...
OC3D Articles ›› Input Devices
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 | 1st May 2009
The latest in the Razer line gets put to use here. Will it set your gaming prowess alight?
Input Devices | 23rd April 2009
Good specifications don't always lead to a top notch product. Will the Revoltec Fighmouse Pro fall into this ever growing trend? Read on to find out...
Input Devices | 10th April 2009
Some of us thought that Razer would never enter the wireless market - but we were wrong. Find out how the Razer Mamba performs inside...
Input Devices | 31st January 2009
Super slim for gamers in a tight space. But is it any good? We find out...
Input Devices | 30th December 2008
Looking for a comfortable keyboard to write long reports on? The KeySonic Intuition XL could be just the thing.
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