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11 Zowie EC1 Gaming Mouse Review

Zowie EC1 Gaming Mouse Review

Input Devices | 28th September 2010

Last year we looked at some products from Zowie, and today we see how their addition to the gaming mouse market fares.

1 Roccat Arvo and Apuri Review

Roccat Arvo and Apuri Review

Input Devices | 4th May 2010

Previously we've seen the first two parts of the Roccat SDMS, today we look at the final two, the keyboard and mouse bungee.

1 Razer Orochi Mobile Mouse

Razer Orochi Mobile Mouse

Input Devices | 23rd April 2010

If you've got a laptop but still like to game, maybe Razer have just what you want.

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10 One Cable That Can Do Anything?

One Cable That Can Do Anything?

Mark Campbell | 20th February 2015

A very interesting cable has recently appeared on Kickstarter, this cable can be used to attach almost and device to it, through USB, HDMI, Lightning and many more.

0 Toshiba shows off Project Ara Camera Modules

Toshiba shows off Project Ara Camera Modules

Mark Campbell | 16th February 2015

Google's modular smartphone, Project Ara will allow pretty much anybody to design and make modules for it. Toshiba has recently shown off their prototype camera modules.

20 Whatsapp now works on Chrome

Whatsapp now works on Chrome

Mark Campbell | 22nd January 2015

Whatsapp now works on Google's Chrome Browser. How many of you will be giving it a try?

2 UK Internet Providers Embrace net neutrality

UK Internet Providers Embrace net neutrality

Mark Campbell | 20th January 2015

EE, Virgin Media and Vodafone embrace UK plans for net neutrality. This makes me feel sorry for the guys and girls in the US.

7 Razer Imperator Gaming Mouse Review

Razer Imperator Gaming Mouse Review

Input Devices | 25th March 2010

Razer are about the biggest name in the gaming mouse world, and today we're looking at their Imperator. Does it live up to the Razer Standard?

4 Mionix NAOS 5000 Review

Mionix NAOS 5000 Review

Input Devices | 10th March 2010

Today we're looking at a high-end mouse from a company you might not have heard of. You should have...

8 Ozone Gaming Roundup

Ozone Gaming Roundup

Input Devices | 3rd March 2010

Ozone Gaming have given us some of their hardware to run through the testing mill.

17 Steelseries 7G

Steelseries 7G

Input Devices | 6th February 2010

The SteelSeries 7G gaming keyboard takes a different approach to the gaming input device. Does it work?

17 PureTrak Mouse Pads

PureTrak Mouse Pads

Input Devices | 11th January 2010

PureTrak have given us two of their mouse pads to look over, the hard Deluxe and the cloth Talent. How do they fair?

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3 QPAD Launches MK-90, High-end RGB Mechanical Keyboard

QPAD Launches MK-90, High-end RGB Mechanical Keyboard

Mark Campbell | 5th January 2015

QPAD expands its range of high-quality mechanical keyboards with its new QPAD MK-90 featuring advanced RGB LED lighting.

1 Tesoro announces Excalibur RGB keyboard

Tesoro announces Excalibur RGB keyboard

Mark Campbell | 4th November 2014

Tesoro has announced the impending UK availability of the sub-100 pound Excalibur RGB mechanical keyboard, featuring full 16.8 million colour backlighting and mechanical switches.

7 Corsair Introduces Sabre RGB Gaming Mice

Corsair Introduces Sabre RGB Gaming Mice

Mark Campbell | 30th October 2014

Corsair Gaming today introduced the Corsair Gaming Sabre RGB gaming mice.

4 Republic of Gamers Gladius Gaming Mouse

Republic of Gamers Gladius Gaming Mouse

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.

1 Corsair Raptor M45 & K40 Review

Corsair Raptor M45 & K40 Review

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.

3 MSI GK-601 Gaming Keyboard

MSI GK-601 Gaming Keyboard

James Riley | 20th January 2014

MSI announce their first entry into the mechanical keyboard market!

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