peripherals

Turtle Beach Elite Atlas Aero review

Ask any PC gamer and it’s likely that they’ll know Turtle Beach as “that company that makes console peripherals.” And, while it’s true that the

Logitech MX Keys review: A wireless keyboard that does much more

Paired with the MX Master 3 mouse, the MX Keys can power up to three computers at once. Keyboards and mice have a pretty buttoned-down

Best of IFA 2019: Top New Laptops, Tablets and Peripherals

For four days, the Laptop Mag crew has been zigzagging all across Berlin for IFA 2019 to fins the hottest new laptops, peripherals and tablets for your

PS5: All the latest news, info and specs for Sony’s PlayStation 5

PS4 and Xbox One have been on our gaming shelves for almost six years now, and during that time they’ve introduced endless innovation, a bunch of stellar exclusives

Logitech MX Master 3 Review: MagSpeed mouse and MX Keys keyboard

Given how much time we spend with our hands on a keyboard and mouse, it’s no surprise that people take peripherals seriously, and it’s just

Honeywell Dolphin CT40 ruggedised smartphone review

Ruggedised smartphones usually fall into two categories: the ones that are generic models aimed at outdoor enthusiasts and users that want something solid at an

Gamescom 2019: Dell G5 desktop and Alienware Aurora R9 announced alongside peripherals, displays

Gamescom 2019 has begun, and alongside all the hot gaming titles getting their world premiere, the week-long annual gaming conference is also playing host to

Samsung CRG5 adds 240Hz refresh to a curved monitor

It’s Gamescom week and, naturally, companies are using the opportunity to entice gamers with their latest gaming products and peripherals. It may be best known

Swiftpoint Z review: Would you spend $230 on a mouse?

Pressure-sensitive buttons, a gyroscope, and more. Would you spend $200 on a mouse? Should you spend $200 on a mouse? Always a fan of gloriously pricey peripherals,

Logitech G launches impossibly thin mechanical gaming keyboards

Logitech G has today unveiled two new mechanical gaming keyboards: Logitech G915 Lightspeed Wireless and the Logitech G815 Lightsync RGB. Both of these Logitech G

Cooler Master MasterLiquid ML240P Mirage Review

In the DIY space, Cooler Master is a juggernaut with a huge selection of peripherals, heatsinks, fans, cases, power supplies, and all-in-one liquid coolers. With

MINIX NEO C SSD USB Type-C hub – a dongle, done the right way

With the latest MacBooks being essentially metal cases with only USB Type-C connectors, a lot of people grew more and more frustrated by the choices

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

It’s time: We need a unified RGB lighting standard

RGB lighting will never reach its full potential if hardware manufacturers continue to insist on proselytizing a dozen different SDKs, vying for inclusion on the

Do you really need a gaming phone? The pros and cons

Gamers have always wanted the best of tech that gives them a competitive edge. The best specs, peripherals and zero distractions to ensure they fire

Tempted by a PS5? Pretty soon you’ll be able to get an ORIGIN-al Corsair gaming PC

Parts and peripherals specialist Corsair has inked a deal to buy custom and boutique gaming PC maker ORIGIN. The news broke via a Corsair press release on

Headset Turtle Beach Recon 70 Review

Turtle Beach offers us with the Recon 70 a more than solvent product to play with. If you want something more complex and powerful, maybe

The Kinesis Freestyle Edge RGB Gaming Mechanical Keyboard Review: An Ergonomic Masterpiece

Kinesis is a computer peripherals manufacturer solely focused on the design and manufacture of ergonomic input devices. They were one of the first companies in

Mokibo Bluetooth keyboard is also a large multi-touch touchpad

While there’s a wide variety of keyboards and mice available for desktops users, users on the go have fewer choices if they want to keep

Acer Swift 7 (July 2019) review: The ultimate thin-and-light laptop’s flaw is still performance

Acer’s Swift 7 (July 2019) 14-inch laptop still represents the pinnacle of the thin-and-light PC movement. Amazingly, this breathtakingly slim notebook PC is significantly lighter

Best Laptop Docking Stations 2019

Whether you take your laptop everywhere or always leave it in the house, you want to have the best docking station possible when your machine is sitting on your

Walmart Onn Android Tablet review

Walmart sells everything and it focuses on offering low, low prices. That even extends to electronics, where its in-house Onn brand includes TVs, headphones, computer

ASUS ROG Phone 2 is coming soon, complete with 120Hz display

Asus has confirmed via its ROG Weibo social media handle that it will be launching the second generation ROG phone soon, and that it’ll feature

Razer Mercury Collection 2019 revealed with nine all-white accessories

For the past couple of years, Razer has been re-releasing some of its gaming accessories as part of its Mercury Collection, which gives all of

Computex 2019 News: Intel Ice Lake, OLED Laptops and More

Computex 2019 is quickly approaching and that means we’ll be flying out to Taipei, Taiwan. Computex often sees the debut of some of the most

The Logitech G502 gaming mouse goes wireless without compromise

Logitech G has revealed the Logitech G502 LIGHTSPEED, a new wireless gaming mouse that boasts the same highly regarded design as the original wired G502,

Razer BlackWidow Elite review: Finally, Razer’s flagship keyboard gets media controls

My kingdom for dedicated volume controls. At some point we gave up reviewing every BlackWidow keyboard to come along. It’s not that the BlackWidow was

Cooler Master SK630 review: Low-profile gaming keyboards are officially a trend

Flatter than Kansas. Here’s the rule with peripherals: Once is a gimmick, twice is a trend, and thrice is a category. And our latest category?

Nintendo Labo: VR Kit brings cardboard-assisted VR games to Switch

Nintendo is entering the virtual reality market — sort of. Announced seemingly out of nowhere on Twitter, Nintendo is releasing Nintendo Labo: VR Kit, the

ViewSonic XG240R RGB Gaming Monitor Review : An affordable gaming monitor that’s more efficient than flashy

What is the ViewSonic XG240R? The ViewSonic XG240R is a budget gaming monitor, offering premium features, including a 144Hz refresh rate, AMD’s FreeSync technology and