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Steelseries' new Sensei mouse upgrades their popular Xai model with shiny new looks, a 32-bit ARM processor, and a whopping 11,400 DPI. We find out if all the power helped us game any better.
With tablets looking to be a major casual media consumption device for many consumers, Logitech unveiled a new line of iPad and Android tablet accessories, with the promise of more to follow.
With touch technology fast becoming a popular and primary method for registering inputs, Microsoft updates its mouse lineup unveiling some new faces and capabilities while refreshing some old ones too. Check out the new touch mice that's coming to your favorite accessory shops.
If you want to be more efficient in typing or gaming, consider getting a mechanical keyboard. Here, we test out the Cherry MX Black switches-fitted, LED-backlit Ducky DK-9008 Shine gaming keyboard.
CM Storm, part of Cooler Master, is continuing its mission to arm the gaming revolution with its second attempt at a gaming mouse, the Sentinel Zero G with a whopping resolution of 5600dpi.
For those who dislike using notebook trackpads but have never found a mouse portable enough, Swiftpoint proposes a radical design. Read more to find out what its re-imagined mouse can do.
Wireless keyboards have something in common - the need for batteries to keep it powered. Logitech went in another direction with its latest K750 wireless solar keyboard, relying on solar power instead. Here are our impressions.
We take a look at the latest creation from Microsoft's hardware division, the Arc Touch Mouse - a mouse that you can snap in half. Before you go around breaking your older mice, read our review to find out more!
The Razer BlackWidow Ultimate Gaming Keyboard uses a mechanical key system with programmable keys and on-the-fly macro recording. It also offers a key actuation force of 50g to ensure that your commands get recognized faster than other keyboards. Read on to find out if you should get one for Christmas.
Things are heating up in the PC market for motion control peripherals like the one used by Nintendo's Wii. RedFox is the next to launch such a peripheral here with the Wizbar, which looks almost like your Wii Remote.