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Logitech G915 Review: The Wireless Gaming Keyboard, Evolved

It’s hard to imagine a better wireless gaming keyboard than the Logitech G915. It’s hard to imagine a better wireless gaming keyboard than the Logitech G915 ($250).

Razer Viper Mouse Review: Deadly Accuracy

A smart, sleek mouse that works well with whatever competitive game you care to throw its way. The Razer Viper ($80) is yet another addition

SteelSeries Apex Pro Review: A Taste of Gaming Keyboards’ Future

If you want to know what the future of gaming keyboards might look like, the SteelSeries Apex Pro is an enticing, albeit imperfect, glimpse. Five

Corsair Nightsword RGB Mouse Review: Comfortable, Versatile and Capable

A few years ago, Logitech debuted the G502 Proteus Core, which quickly became one of our favorite gaming mice. The peripheral featured an angular design, a

Alienware Elite AW959 Gaming Mouse Review

Alienware’s competitively priced gaming mouse looks pretty damn good. But can its performance power it to victory? What is the Alienware Elite AW959 Gaming Mouse?

SteelSeries Arctis 7 (2019) Review: Wireless gaming on a budget

SteelSeries has been a force in the gaming space for years, offering just about any kind of peripheral you could need. The Arctis 7 is

Corsair Glaive RGB Gaming Mouse Review

The Corsair Glaive RGB is an impressive gaming mouse with plenty of neat capabilities, but is it worth the asking price? What is the Corsair

Razer Basilisk Essential Review

This no-frills Razer gaming mouse is ideal for those on a budget What is the Razer Basilisk Essential? The Razer Basilisk Essential wired gaming mouse

Nintendo Labo VR Headset Hands-on Review

When Nintendo first announced its Labo VR Kit, it was met with a mixed response. While a modern VR headset from Nintendo seemed like a

Corsair Harpoon RGB Wireless Gaming Mouse Review

The Corsair Harpoon RGB is a simple wireless gaming mouse that offers fantastic value What is the Corsair Harpoon RGB Wireless? The Corsair Harpoon is

Teclast F15 Review: A Perfect Notebook Under $400

Teclast is one of the most renowned Tablets, Laptop, and peripheral manufacturer in China. The company has recently Launched it’s flagship killer 360-degree Notebook, Teclast

Razer Abyssus Essential Gaming Mouse Review

The Razer Abyssus Essential is one of the company’s cheaper gaming peripherals, yet still packs a hefty punch when it needs to What is the

Huawei Mate 20 X review: Is it a valid rival to the Nintendo Switch?

What is the Huawei Mate 20 X ? The Mate 20 X is Huawei’s attempt at making a gaming phone that’s capable of rivalling the

Scuf Vantage review

Between the Impact and the Infinity 4PS PRO, premium peripheral factory Scuf Gaming has been no stranger to highly customized PS4 controllers. Building one from

Razer Raiju Ultimate review

Back in 2016, Razer released the Raiju, a pro-oriented (and suitably expensive) wired PS4 controller that aimed to meet the demands of a rapidly expanding esports

Razer BlackWidow Ultimate 2018 review: A water and dust-resistant mechanical gaming keyboard

The Razer BlackWidow Ultimate Mechanical Gaming Keyboard is a great-performing keyboard with the added bonus of water- and dust-proof protection. If you’ve been using computers

Acer Nitro 5 AN515-51 Review

Last year, Acer released their new mid-tier gaming laptop called the Nitro 5 that branched out many variants which cater to both Nvidia and AMD graphics cards.

Microsoft Surface Precision Mouse review: A flagship mouse worthy of the Surface name

It combines comfort, excellent resolution, and a nearly unique feature that leaps between PCs. Microsoft’s Surface Precision Mouse is a practical PC accessory for Surface

Alienware AW3418DW review

The Alienware AW3418DW gaming monitor is another ultrawide display that offers immersive gameplay experiences by filling the player’s peripheral vision with an elongated, 21:9 aspect

Corsair HS50 Stereo Gaming Headset Review: Just Good Enough

Almost every gaming peripheral has one unique feature. Even the most unremarkable mouse, keyboard or headset usually has one thing — even if it’s just

Razer Wolverine Ultimate review

Two years ago, Microsoft proved that there’s market for a $149 (£129/AU$195) premium Xbox controller. Given the price, the online competitive multiplayer gamer-centric Xbox Elite Wireless

Razer Basilisk Review: The FPS Mouse Reinvented

The basilisk is either a giant, fire-breathing serpent, or an easygoing little lizard that canrun on water as easily as it can run on a

HyperX Cloud Alpha review

In the last few months, we’ve seen an explosion in affordable gaming headsets, with products like the $99 (£109, AU$169) Logitech G433, $79 (£54, AU$99)

Logitech MX Ergo Wireless trackball mouse review

Few things in computing have stayed quite as consistent as the keyboard and mouse. With each passing year monitors reach ever higher resolutions and framerates,

Alienware AW568 Keyboard Review: Good Price, So-So Performance

Alienware has something of a mixed reputation among PC aficionados. For those who prefer not to build their own machines, Alienware provides powerful hardware in

Logitech G903 review

The Logitech G900 has reigned as the undisputed king of wireless gaming mice since it was introduced last year. Now, a successor has already been

Nikon D850 Hands-on Review: First Impressions

The Nikon D850 is Nikon’s latest high resolution full-frame DSLR, boasting a 46MP backside-illuminated CMOS sensor. But, in a fairly radical departure for the series,

SteelSeries Rival 310 Review: Ergonomic and Esports-Friendly

SteelSeries’ Sensei 310 (left) and the Rival 310. Competitive gamers need a mouse that can keep up with fast-paced action. At $60, the right-handed, ergonomic

Razer Phone: 5 reasons you will want this crazy thing

Apparently there’s going to be a Razer Phone at some point in the near future, and you’re going to want to buy one. Today I’m

Acer Predator Gaming Headset Review: Too Much Money, Too Few Features

I don’t know what inspired Acer to slap its logo on a bunch of SteelSeries products and call them “Predator” peripherals, but it’s not the