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Input Devices | 18th February 2011
Tired of getting fragged by unresponsive hardware? Zowie have a keyboard that makes sure any deaths are your own fault.
Input Devices | 29th November 2010
Roccat have stormed the market in recent times and now they return to upgrade the one that started it all, with the Kone [+].
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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 | 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.
Input Devices | 23rd April 2010
If you've got a laptop but still like to game, maybe Razer have just what you want.
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?
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...
Input Devices | 3rd March 2010
Ozone Gaming have given us some of their hardware to run through the testing mill.
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.