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Input Devices | 13th July 2012
The latest in a long line of CM Storm peripherals is the Trigger keyboard, a mechanical number with macro support.
Input Devices | 28th March 2012
Epic Gear are willing to throw their hat into the gaming mouse ring with the innovative Meduza mouse.
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Mark Campbell | 2nd September 2014
ASUS has now rolled out its workhorse claw-grip gaming mouse into the world. Meet the Republic of Gamers Gladius.
Tom Logan | 11th March 2014
The latest line of Corsair peripherals is aimed at the more affordable end of the market, we take a look.
James Riley | 20th January 2014
MSI announce their first entry into the mechanical keyboard market!
Input Devices | 9th March 2012
If you want all the build quality of the K90, but don't have a need for macros, the K60 should be right up your alley.
Input Devices | 10th February 2012
Today we look at the SRW-S1 from SteelSeries, a wheel designed around motion controls.
Input Devices | 2nd February 2012
If the M90 has too many features for you, then maybe the more standard M60 will be just the ticket.
Input Devices | 23rd January 2012
After branching out into the case world, Corsair are now taking on the peripheral market. How does the K90 stack up?
Input Devices | 5th January 2012
Following the success of the Acrylux, we take a look at another keyboard from Enermax, the Aurora Lite.
Bryan Waters | 15th January 2013
Ozone have unleashed three new cloth mousepads, the giant Rock, and two sizes of Shooter.
Tom Logan | 29th October 2012
Some times the stupid ideas are the best ones, we decided to make our Corsair K60 keybaord light up just like the K90 does...
Paul Fletcher | 11th January 2012
Steel Series show off their new shineys at CES
Mark Lewis | 21st July 2011
Roccat have announced the brand new Isku Illuminated Gaming Keyboard Announced with many new features to improve your gaming experience...
Mark Lewis | 20th July 2011
SilverStone have released a range of three products designed to provide USB 3.0 capabilities to desktop and laptop systems...
Alex Myers | 21st March 2011
Steelseries have announced that they are cutting their prices on mice in their web store by 25%, with a further 25% going towards the Japanese Red Cross.