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SteelSeries' new Kana optical gaming mouse is the closest thing yet to Microsoft's Intellimouse Optical 1.1, but can it live up to the legend? We find out.
CeBIT 2012 ended two days ago. If you've missed our previous news coverage, here's a quick roundup of a handful of noteworthy items showcased during the international IT trade show held in Hannover.
These days, it is not considered extravagant for a gamer to purchase a full suite of gaming gear to arm themselves with. Here we have the Tt eSPORTS Meka, a sub-S$200 mechanical gaming keyboard by Thermaltake. Will it meet the rising expectations of gamers? We find out.
Prolink has a slew of gadgets readied for 2012. And among them is the PKB-3811U Illuminated Keyboard which comes with tri-colored LED backlights. Stick around to find out if this keyboard is worth its chops.
Designed to make navigating Windows 7 a breeze, the Microsoft Touch Mouse reminds us of Apple's Mighty Mouse at first sight. Looks aside, will the Touch Mouse fulfill our expectations of it? Read on to find out.
If you consider yourself a gamer, you've to be serious about the keyboard you use. Here, we assess if the Cherry MX black switches-equipped Rosewill RK-9000BL lives up to the rising standards of mechanical keyboards.
Looking for the best deals on desktops, notebooks, networking, PC accessories & software? We've scoured all three halls of Sitex to find the best bargains and highlights so that you don't have to. Enjoy!
Optimized for Internet browsing and document scrolling, the Logitech M325 is upping the ante with a 72-ratchet scroll wheel. Not only does it offer precise scrolling for pages of text on the Web, it also brings about smooth control for photo-editing tasks. Find out more after the jump.
Mechanical keyboards are quickly becoming an essential piece of hardware for anyone who takes their PC gaming seriously. Meet CM Storm's newest entry in the market: the Cherry MX switches-fitted QuickFire Rapid.
Ergonomic shape, changeable grips, adjustable weight system, 5400 DPI, 10 buttons, and adjustable Lift - PowerLogic's Armageddon G11 looks great on paper. But specs aren’t everything, how does it perform in person?