PERIPHERALS

February 23rd, 2014

D-Link DIR-868L & DWA-182 Wireless AC Review

High bandwidth Wireless AC is about to get less expensive as D-Link has entered the game with their D-Link DIR-868L router and the DWA-182 USB adapter.


February 9th, 2014

NEC MultiSync PA272W Review

NEC’s MultiSync PA272W is everything professional users could want: excellent color reproduction, extreme contrast ratios and awesome picture quality. Just prepare to pay over $1000.


January 16th, 2014

ASUS RT-AC56U & USB-AC56 802.11AC Review

ASUS’ new wireless router, the RT-AC56U, represents an effort to bring the fast 802.11AC standard to a more affordable price. Meanwhile, the USB-AC56 brings that AC signal to a compact USB adapter.


November 21st, 2013

ASUS RT-AC68U & PCE-AC68 Wireless AC Review

With the wireless 820.11 wireless AC standard gaining popularity, ASUS has updated their flagship router and networking kit.  The RT-AC68U and PCE-AC68 represent the pinnacle of modern wireless design.


July 8th, 2013

Logitech G510s Gaming Keyboard Review

As a successor to previous legendary G-Series peripherals, Logitech’s new G510s keyboard has some big shoes to fill but new features like a fingerprint resistant coating should allow it to stand out.


July 3rd, 2013

ASUS RT-AC66U & PCE-AC66 802.11AC Network Kit Review

With wireless home networking slowly moving towards the 802.11AC standard, ASUS has decided to jump on the bandwagon with their new RT-AC66U router and an add-in card, the PCE-AC66.  When combined, these new devices provide some incredible wireless speeds.


June 14th, 2013

FUNC MS-3 Gaming Mouse Review

FUNC may not be a newcomer to the gaming peripheral market but the MS-3 is their first outing into the mouse segment.  It may be billed as a mouse that puts functionality and comfort ahead of staggering DPI specs but anyone with average to larger hands should give the MS-3 a close look.


April 1st, 2013

AZIO GM-2000 Gaming Mouse Review

With a lack of software and a mostly standard design AZIO’s new $40 GM-2000 gaming mouse takes a basic, no-frills approach which is somewhat refreshing in a market cluttered with overly complicated competitors.  However, will its simple plug and play functionality ultimately turn gamers off due to a lack of customization options?


January 8th, 2013

TT eSPORTS Level 10 M Gaming Mouse Review

Designed by BMW’s prestigious DesignWorks USA studio, Thermaltake’s new Level 10 M gaming mouse is supposed to be the crowning achievement of their TT eSPORTS peripheral lineup.  However, is a design studio best known for their dinner flatware and espresso makers ready to take on the demanding gaming market?


October 31st, 2012

Gigabyte Aivia Krypton Mouse & Mouse Pad Review

Gigabyte’s new Krypton mouse may be slightly expensive at $80 but  it can be used by left or right handed gamers and includes an envious feature set.  This goes hand in hand with the double sided Krypton gaming mouse pad that goes for $40 while providing a huge surface for enthusiasts.