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Input Devices | 4th November 2014
If you're in the market for a MMO mouse, or one with plenty of buttons, then the Aorus M7 Gaming Mouse might be exactly what you need.
Input Devices | 27th October 2014
Roccat releasing a new mouse is a rare event, and we have their new flagship, the Tyon, up for review.
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Bryan Waters | 11th November 2009
Razer have made a return to basics with the launch of the Abyssus gaming mouse
Bryan Waters | 10th November 2009
Roccat have finalised their desktop range with the stunning Arvo Compact Gaming Keyboard
Peter Stoba | 21st October 2009
Apple claim to have revolutionised the mouse market with their latest 'Magic Mouse'.
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.
Input Devices | 9th July 2014
Away from the very expensive Cherry MX switched models, today we're looking at a budget keyboard from i-rocks.
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.
Peter Stoba | 15th October 2009
The successor to the popular G11 gaming keyboard arrived in the form of the G110.
Peter Stoba | 14th October 2009
A very useful kit for users who like to use their notebook around the home.
Peter Stoba | 10th October 2009
Microsoft show off with their prototype multi-touch sensitive mice.
Peter Stoba | 28th September 2009
Microsoft have come up with a rather snazzy concept for a touch screen keyboard.
Peter Stoba | 24th September 2009
Wacom have announced some rather nice looking multi-touch bamboo graphics tablets.
Peter Stoba | 23rd September 2009
The famous DeathAdder gaming mouse receives a small but useful update. Is it as innocent as it seems?