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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.
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Matthew Fogg | 21st July 2008
Computer mouse heading for extinction?
Matthew Fogg | 15th July 2008
An all new mouse and an update to the Sidewinder X5
Nic Crane | 13th July 2008
OCZ, today announced the expansion of its gaming peripherals under a new "Alchemy" line, with the introduction of the Elixir keyboard series for highly advanced functionality in game-play.
Input Devices | 14th December 2011
Today we take a look at the latest CM Storm gaming mouse, the Xornet. At an affordable price, is it good value?
Input Devices | 2nd December 2011
Roccat have firmly entrenched themselves as a big player in the peripheral line. Does the Isku keyboard maintain this momentum?
Input Devices | 15th November 2011
Following on from the Aivia keyboard, today we look at it's partner the Aivia wireless M8600 Mouse.
Input Devices | 5th October 2011
It's not often we see a peripheral from a company more known for its motherboards, so has the K8100 got the chops to cut it in a tight marketplace?
Input Devices | 4th October 2011
Today we take a look at the Razer take on the XBOX 360 Pad. Does it maintain their high standards?
Matthew Fogg | 24th June 2008
The Logitech Driving Force GT gives gamers the most accurate and authentic PLAYSTATION 3 racing experience.
Derrick Huey | 18th March 2008
Gigabyte will soon be entering the gaming peripheral market
James Napier | 4th March 2008
OCZ's Neural Impulse Actuator could be shipping as soon as next week! Pictures and price information inside.
Derrick Huey | 8th February 2008
Lite-On has been developing the world's first malleable mouse
Derrick Huey | 18th January 2008
The next generation of gaming control may be right around the corner.
Matthew Fogg | 14th January 2008
USB 3.0, the upcoming version of the universal add-on standard re-engineered for the HD era, made a small appearance at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES).