PERIPHERALS

April 6th, 2011

Cooler Master Spawn Gaming Mouse Review

Cooler Master has released a long line of successful peripherals in their Storm-branded gaming range but they have played it safe by going after mass market appeal.  The Spawn gaming mouse on the other hand caters to a specific group of gamers who prefer to “claw grip” their mice while retaining the great price structure [...]


March 27th, 2011

Gigabyte Aivia M8600 Hybrid Gaming Mouse Review

When it comes to gaming peripherals, Gigabyte’s products have always been well priced for the rich feature sets and high end design they offer.  The new Aivia M8600 continues this tradition by offering a uniquely designed mouse which has the ability to be used in both wired and wireless modes for under $100.  However, Gigabyte [...]


February 22nd, 2011

SteelSeries Xai Laser Gaming Mouse Review

Gaming mice are usually known as feature rich yet slightly tacky looking peripherals which sometimes cost a small fortune.   SteelSeries’ attitude towards this niche is slightly different since they offer the same features as their competitors’ products but do so without resorting to designs that stick out like a sore thumb.  Their newest Xai [...]


December 21st, 2010

Gigabyte Aivia K8100 Gaming Keyboard Review

The peripheral market really hasn’t seen much innovation lately and yet Gigabyte is looking to change that with their new Aivia gaming keyboard.  It has all of the features that usually make up a great gaming peripheral including an excellent software package, intuitive macros and rubberized keys but does the Aivia have what it take [...]


December 2nd, 2010

Mionix NAOS 3200 High Performance Gaming Mouse Review

Mionix is far from a household name in the peripheral market but they have introduced a long list of mice, gaming surfaces and headphones which have targeted gamers.  Their range of high performance gaming mice have recently become available in North America and in this review we take a look at their mid-range NAOS 3200.


October 4th, 2010

Alienware TactX Laser Gaming Mouse Review

Back in 2009, Alienware came out with their first series of gaming accessories which continued their tradition of premium priced items but these had high flying performance to back up their cost.  Their “TactX” family has seen new members added and in many cases the mice, keyboards and other gaming items under the brand have [...]


August 2nd, 2010

Cyborg Gaming R.A.T 7 Gaming Mouse Review

The peripheral marketplace isn’t something that has seen much innovation over the years but Cyborg Gaming is looking to change that with their R.A.T series of gaming mice.  They are adjustable beyond our wildest dreams but does this feature alone make the R.A.T 7 stand apart from the pack?  One thing is for certain: this [...]


July 12th, 2010

Eclipse Wireless Litetouch LCD Keyboard Review

In the grand scheme of things, the basic design of computer keyboards hasn’t changed since their inception decades ago.  However, Eclipse’s new Litetouch LCD keyboard strives for innovation with the use of a customizable LCD touch pad.  Can this serve as a new benchmark in keyboard design?


April 7th, 2010

GIGABYTE M8000 Xtreme Laser Gaming Mouse Review

When it comes to peripherals, there are many consumers who couldn’t care less about overall performance; they just want the most economically sensible solution.  However, with their M8000 Xtreme gaming mouse, Gigabyte is trying to prove that we don’t have to pay a fortune for a high performance peripheral.  Can they combine the features enthusiasts [...]


November 3rd, 2009

Cooler Master Storm Sentinel Advance Mouse Review

Gaming mice usually come in one of two categories:  feature rich and expensive or dumbed-down and cheap.  Cooler Master is trying to break the mold with the lasted addition to their Storm series of gaming products:  the Sentinel Advance gaming mouse which has a list of features as long as my arm but retails for [...]