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Input Devices | 3rd March 2010
Ozone Gaming have given us some of their hardware to run through the testing mill.
Input Devices | 6th February 2010
The SteelSeries 7G gaming keyboard takes a different approach to the gaming input device. Does it work?
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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 | 30th December 2009
Zowie have sent us two of their surprising TF series mousepads. Why so surprising? Read on...
Input Devices | 27th November 2009
Today we are looking at the two parts of the Roccat SDMS. The Kova mouse and Sota pad
Input Devices | 6th November 2009
SteelSeries produce a mouse specificaly for the most popular MMO on the planet. Does it deserve it's branding?
Input Devices | 21st October 2009
Five Overclock3d Forum Members take the time to tell us what they think of CM Storms new range of mouse mats.
Input Devices | 9th October 2009
CM Storm were kind enough to send us their latest arsenal of desktop periperals, designed to give you the competitive edge. Read on to see how they fared...
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.