PERIPHERALS

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.


October 15th, 2012

Cooler Master QuickFire Rapid & QuickFire Pro Review

Cooler Master’s QuickFire Rapid and QuickFire Pro target two completely different areas of the keyboard market.  The Rapid is a sleek portable gaming device which can be carried just about anywhere while the Pro is geared directly towards enthusiasts that want a no frills peripheral at a great price.  There is however have one similarity: [...]


June 28th, 2012

Cooler Master Storm Trigger Gaming Keyboard Review

Cooler Master launched their Storm Trigger into a cluttered peripheral market.  However, with Cherry MX Brown switches, an adjustable backlight, intuitive software and a relatively inexpensive price, they may just have what it takes to capture the hearts of gaming enthusiasts.


January 4th, 2012

XFX WarPad Gaming Mousepad Review

Mouse pads aren’t exactly items that steal much of the limelight from the premier products in this industry but they’re still an integral part of anyone’s gaming experience.   XFX has now released their own mouse pad design which is aptly called the WarPad and features a long list of innovations that could make it [...]


December 28th, 2011

Cooler Master Storm Sentinel Z3R0 G Mouse Review

Cooler Master’s original Storm Sentinel gaming mouse was a popular choice among gamers but some encountered problems with its Twin Eye sensor.   A new mouse has now been released which takes the Sentinel’s body, adds some minor cosmetic changes and supposedly fixes the Twin Eye issues.   Called the Sentinel Z3RO-G, this peripheral is [...]


December 11th, 2011

SteelSeries Sensei Gaming Mouse Review

Gaming mice are a dime a dozen these days so SteelSeries has decided to introduce a product that moves away from their traditional understated design towards something a bit more mainstream.  The new Sensei incorporates the ambidextrous form of the popular Xai while adding some unique illumination zones and upgraded software.


August 4th, 2011

Cyberlink YouCam 5 Webcam Software Review

Cyberlink’s new YouCam 5 may not be the most interesting piece of software every created nor is it particularly useful for those of you who only want the standard features built into most online video chatting applications. However, it does deliver a broad range of add-ons that will likely take your chat sessions to the [...]


May 15th, 2011

SteelSeries Siberia V2 Full Size Headset Review

Gaming headsets may be a dime a dozen and most either have glaring issues or are priced far above most people’s budgets.  SteelSeries thinks they have a product which bucks this trend by redesigning and old classic: the Siberia V2.  This headset is supposed to offer high fidelity sound along with a unique retractable microphone [...]