22 September 2014, 14:00
Corsair brings vivid colour to mechanical gaming keyboards.
12 September 2014, 15:00
EVGA tries its hand at peripherals with a mouse designed for hardcore gamers.
5 September 2014, 15:00
MMO gaming mouse with 16 programmable buttons and an 8,200 DPI laser.
9 July 2014, 12:00
The ultra-comfortable mouse on test.
5 June 2014, 16:30
Mechanical not for you? Then take a look at the rubber-dome Raptor K40.
18 March 2014, 15:30
Style meets substance.
5 March 2014, 15:00
Meet Zalman's latest gaming mouse.
3 May 2013, 14:00
Meet the R.A.T. designed for everyday use.
6 February 2013, 12:00
The must-have companion for your Windows 8 PC?
9 November 2011, 07:50
A free 'personal assistant' for a year, too.
7 November 2011, 08:58
Begs to be used as a media-based PC's keyboard.
27 June 2011, 16:00
Love wireless? Hate batteries? Take a look at Logitech's solar-powered K750 keyboard.
16 May 2011, 11:47
With two very different surface structures, the ROCCAT Alumic aims to meet the highest demands of both low and high-sense gamers.
5 May 2011, 16:08
Lightweight with on-ear padding, the Roccat Kulo is designed for gaming comfort. And it's got an automatic mic-mute function!
3 February 2011, 12:42
Designed with customisation in mind, SteelSeries unleashes its high-end gaming keyboard. The ZBoard has evolved...
12 December 2009, 07:27
Provided as an optional card for older P55 chipset-based boards, how good is the ASUS U3S6 USB 3.0? We find out.
31 July 2008, 08:59
We take a look at ATEN's two-port CS1782 KVM switch. It offers HDCP-enabled dual-link DVI, USB 2.0, and 7.1 audio switching. Sounds good, doesn't it? Read on to see if ...
12 July 2008, 08:00
Looking for one adaptor to use with all your notebooks? FSP's NB PLUS could be the answer.
15 June 2006, 11:38
A cool piece of hardware with some truly practical benefits? We've seen integrated fingerprint readers in high-end laptops for a while now, and it was only a matter of time ...
18 May 2005, 00:00
This is where FSP come in with their Universal Notebook Adapter, the NB90. Coming complete with 6 interchangeable DC output jacks, the Universal Notebook Adapter is compatible with most popular ...
23 February 2005, 00:00
As usual, Logitech have used a classic, but highly effective packaging method for the mouse, a variance on the type used on the previous market leader, the MX700. Being the ...
13 May 2004, 00:00
Great idea, poor execution. In my humble opinion of course. It might be worth tracking one down for a feel or play before you buy, to save you being disappointed. ...
16 December 2003, 00:00
The FSP Silent-Solution Kit is certainly a very nice product. With great PSUs from leading companies such as Enermax and Antec, it leaves a small gap in the market for ...
10 November 2003, 00:00
So if you\'re looking to rid yourself of the shackles imposed by wires the iNeXq is a good a starting point as any. Suggested pricing puts the Access Point at ...
29 September 2003, 00:00
Surely all mousemats are the same? Its just a surface for the mouse to glide across. Well depending on who you speak to you could find yourself in a huge ...
10 June 2003, 00:00
£80 is steep for a 400w PSU. Whether it\'s worth it or not depends upon how much you value silence. Recommended to those looking for uber-quiet rigs.
8 April 2003, 00:00
For those of you that leave your PC on overnight or just require a quieter PC, we have looked at the Vantec Nexus Multi-function Panel. This device fits into your ...
1 March 2003, 00:00
The keyboard is also not the most ergonomic of devices and in games there are certain positions your hand has to make that aren’t really ideal. In a perfect world ...
12 February 2003, 00:00
The price tag on the LCD kit could put some users off but if you want one of the world\'s finest LCD\'s then you have to pay the price.
29 December 2002, 00:00
The strange thing was I actually played Counter-Strike last night and played better than normal. Now this could just be all my skills at CS or it could be the ...
26 October 2002, 00:00
They are one the best quality IDE cables I have used and you can tell Coolermaster have taken some time and effort in producing these cables. :-)
17 September 2002, 00:00
The Belkin BusStation™ works just as you would expect it to. Plug in a USB-compliant device and Windows XP picks it up as if it was connected to the motherboard\'s ...
2 July 2002, 00:00
In recent times we've seen a proliferation of the number of integrated features on motherboards. So, what was considered a feature-laden motherboard just a year or two ago, is now ...