Just like sticking your head in a cloud
Review of Jabra’s high quality REVO headphones.
We take a look at the iRig Mic Cast, an external microphone attachment designed with Smartphones in mind.
The World’s First Open Ear Wireless Bluetooth Headphones
We take a look at the latest Call of Duty-affiliated headset from Turtle Beach.
A close encounter of the second kind…
James reviews the Logitech G700 gaming mouse and contemplates how annoying flies can be.
Hauppauge presented us with the HD PVR 2 Gaming Edition Plus, and we took a look to see how they improved on this already great PVR Capture Unit.
We take a look at the first console launch of 2013: the open platform console, Ouya.
Mick takes a look at the GM220 video capture device from K-World
Everything about this little beauty screams class
When you think of PC gaming peripherals, especially input devices, then there’s one name that people will almost always think of immediately; Razer.
There’s no doubt that the Razer Ouroboros is one of the best gaming mice available on the market at the moment. The ability to switch between wireless and wired modes, the inclusion of the Synapse software and all the modding options mean that this mouse should be seriously considered by tournament players and hardcore PC gamers in general.
Razer have a penchant for making devices and peripherals you just love to use. Join us as we take a look at the latest incarnation of the BlackWidow Ultimate Keyboard.
Not quite cheap enough to be classed as a budget model, the Y-250x is nevertheless a well-designed, affordable alternative to some of the high-end headsets on the market.
Razer’s new Sabertooth Xbox 360/PC controller is an opulent pad designed for the Pro gamers out there, but is it worth the high price?
If Mad Catz produce a better stick – aesthetically and in pure functionality – than this one in the lifetime of the Wii U, then fair play to them. This is an awesome piece of machinery.
The PC gaming community is once again leading the way with higher-than-HD resolution gaming.
You may recall how impressed I was recently when I took a look at the superb 7.1 surround sound Tritton gaming headset – a magnificent peripheral which provided an all-singing, all-dancing solution to all of my home console and PC headset needs.
If you Google search ‘Modular keyboard’, you’ll get the S.T.R.I.K.E.7, and with very good reason too. This has to be the most customisable keyboard on the market to date.