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Zalman ZM-M600R Review

Posted by: Tony Le Bourne on: 03-02-2016 [ 0 comment(s) ]

The Zalman ZM-M600R is a sleek, ambidextrous mouse that features the renowned AVAGO 3090 optical sensor for resolutions of up to 4000 DPI, OMRON switches and LED lighting.

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Cooler Master Quick Fire XTi Review

Posted by: Tony Le Bourne on: 24-01-2016 [ 0 comment(s) ]

The Quick Fire XTi is a minimalistic mechanical keyboard ready to go without the need for a software download, yet it provides gamer friendly features such as customisable per-key illumination in an elegant red/blue combination, and recordable macros.

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Cooler Master Sentinel III Review

Posted by: Tony Le Bourne on: 08-01-2016 [ 0 comment(s) ]

Sporting a host of improvements over its predecessors, the Sentinel III offers the high precision Avago 3988 optical sensor in an ergonomic palm grip body that is finished in a hard wearing matte UV coating.

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ROCCAT KIRO Review

Posted by: Tony Le Bourne on: 31-12-2015 [ 0 comment(s) ]

The ROCCAT KIRO is an ambidextrous optical mouse that has a DPI of up to 4000 in overdrive mode, it is also shipped with four side plates for a customisable layout.

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G.SKILL RIPJAWS MX780 RGB Review

Posted by: Tony Le Bourne on: 06-12-2015 [ 0 comment(s) ]

Take a look at G.SKILL's debut mouse with the RIPJAWS MX780 RGB, it is an ambidextrous gaming mouse packed with an Avago 8200DPI sensor, Omron micro-switches, RGB lighting and interchangeable grips.

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Corsair Scimitar RGB Review

Posted by: Tony Le Bourne on: 04-12-2015 [ 0 comment(s) ]

Made for MOBA/MMO gamers, the Corsair Scimitar has an adjustable keypad that is filled with 12 programmable mechanical switches and features a zero acceleration 12,000 DPI optical sensor.

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Corsair STRAFE RGB Review

Posted by: Tony Le Bourne on: 25-11-2015 [ 0 comment(s) ]

The Corsair STRAFE RGB isn't just a fully programmable mechanical keyboard with dynamic LED lighting but is also exclusively available with the Cherry MX Silent switch.

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ROCCAT KOVA 2016 Review

Posted by: Tony Le Bourne on: 16-11-2015 [ 0 comment(s) ]

Featuring easy to access Smart Cast buttons and ROCCAT's EASY SHIFT[+], the KOVA 2016 can double up its array of buttons to provide up to 22 programmable functions.

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SteelSeries Rival 100 Review

Posted by: Tony Le Bourne on: 12-11-2015 [ 0 comment(s) ]

Refined by pro-gamers, the Rival 100 features a custom optical sensor to provide the most accurate 1:1 sensor in its price range, is it truly unrivalled?

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Xbox Elite Wireless Controller Review

Posted by: Tony Le Bourne on: 03-11-2015 [ 2 comment(s) ]

Catering for pro gamers, the Xbox team created a highly customisable controller featuring 4 re-mappable back paddles, hair trigger locks and high quality components, but is it worth your cash?

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SteelSeries Stratus XL - Windows & Android Review

Posted by: Tony Le Bourne on: 29-10-2015 [ 0 comment(s) ]

SteelSeries have recently fired out a stable of game controllers most of which are targeted towards AppleTV and iDevices, then came the Stratus XL for Windows and Android.

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Razer Tartarus Chroma Review

Posted by: Tony Le Bourne on: 06-10-2015 [ 0 comment(s) ]

As a leader in gaming devices, Razer are known for their innovative solutions which can change the way people game, here we check out one of those solutions recently added to the Chroma range.

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Tesoro Lobera Spectrum Review

Posted by: Tony Le Bourne on: 27-09-2015 [ 0 comment(s) ]

Today we take a look at the Tesoro Lobera Spectrum, with 16.8M RGB LED backlighting and per-key customisation and USB/audio pass-through, will this be your weapon of choice?

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Tt eSports Poseidon Z Forged Review

Posted by: Tony Le Bourne on: 22-09-2015 [ 0 comment(s) ]

Great design and craftsmanship will often inspire words such as 'sleek, beautiful and elegant', but the Poseidon Z Forged is more than meets the eye.

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Cougar 500M review

Posted by: Tony Le Bourne on: 24-08-2015 [ 0 comment(s) ]

Gaming mice seem to be getting more expensive each year with little consolation for those on a tight budget, though with the 500M, could Cougar have the answer?

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Corsair STRAFE Review

Posted by: Tony Le Bourne on: 11-08-2015 [ 0 comment(s) ]

Corsair come vying for attention with their latest line of STRAFE keyboards, featuring full NKRO and fully programmable keys, could this be your next battle buddy?

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ROCCAT NYTH Review

Posted by: Tony Le Bourne on: 05-08-2015 [ 0 comment(s) ]

The ROCCAT NYTH boasts impressive customisation like no other with its modular buttons and side grips and is supported by the new unified driver software 'Swarm'. Get 'FUTURE READY' and check out this highly modular mouse.

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Razer BlackWidow Tournament Edition Chroma Review

Posted by: Tony Le Bourne on: 02-08-2015 [ 0 comment(s) ]

Featuring custom mechnanical switches and 16.8 million per-key customisable lighting and programming, we aim to find out if the Razer BlackWidow TE Chroma is the ultimate compact gaming keyboard.

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Element Gaming Beryllium Review

Posted by: Tony Le Bourne on: 12-07-2015 [ 0 comment(s) ]

Element Gaming come in with a reasonably priced illuminated mechanical keyboard, though not made of the ultra lightweight metal 'Beryllium', we do find a nice portion of brushed aluminium in its stead.

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Razer Naga EPIC Chroma Review

Posted by: Tony Le Bourne on: 30-06-2015 [ 0 comment(s) ]

The Razer Naga is a popular choice for fans of MMOs, over time it has gone through various subtle but important transfigurations. Is the Naga EPIC Chroma finally nearing the apex of mouse design?

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Razer Firefly Review

Posted by: Tony Le Bourne on: 28-06-2015 [ 0 comment(s) ]

It is rare for us to look at a mouse mat but with 'Chroma' lighting and a tough micro-textured surface, the Firefly truely stands out!

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Razer Mamba Tournament Edition Review

Posted by: Tony Le Bourne on: 21-06-2015 [ 0 comment(s) ]

The Razer Mamba undergoes a transformation in form by joining the glam of the Chroma series, yet on the inside it features one of the most precise 5G laser sensors available.

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ASUS ROG Gladius Review

Posted by: Kurtis Simpson on: 19-06-2015 [ 0 comment(s) ]

An ergonomic and customizable gaming mouse from the Republic of Gamers that promises to deliver on comfort and also performance.

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CHERRY MX Board 6.0 Review

Posted by: Tony Le Bourne on: 16-06-2015 [ 0 comment(s) ]

If you demand the best out of your keyboard then you are in for a treat! Said to be the fastest keyboard in the world, we take a look at the Cherry MX Board 6.0 that promises precision and responsiveness like no other.

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ROCCAT Ryos TKL Pro Review

Posted by: Tony Le Bourne on: 14-06-2015 [ 0 comment(s) ]

If you game on a cramped desk and want to free up a little space, you may consider looking for a compact 'tenkeyless' keyboard, but which do you choose? ROCCAT may have the answer.

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