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Input Devices | 12th March 2012
Fancy all the benefits of a bonkers sensor but don't need all the multi-button frippery? SteelSeries might have just the ticket.
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.
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Alex Myers | 23rd June 2010
SteelSeries have announced a range of co-branded peripherals to co-incide with the July 27th launch of StarCraft 2: Wings of Liberty
James Banks | 22nd April 2010
Patriot gives you SuperSpeed USB 3.0 series! Transferring 5Gb/s!
Gaurang Shah | 4th March 2010
SteelSeries has kick started its CeBIT 2010 campaign with the launch of an all new mechanical gaming keyboard – the 6GV2.
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.
Input Devices | 23rd December 2011
With the release of Diablo III now within touching distance we take a look at a couple of products sure to whet your appetite.
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?
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'.
Peter Stoba | 18th October 2009
The second gaming-grade mouse from the successful peripheral manufacturer.
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.