We've had something in our labs quite a while ago - and that item is called the Gaming Freak 1ON1. This is a single-handed keyboard but it's obviously not meant for typing. This "keyboard" is...
A few years ago, we reviewed the first ever Logitech MX Anywhere - the first one ever. It had two noble features - wireless and connecting up to 3 devices at once. It was a good mouse for those who want to use a single mouse to connect multiple devices - but it lacks interconnectivity between each of the devices. Aiming directly at this particular problem, the Logitech MX Anywhere 2S is created.
Let's talk about mechanical keyboards. Mechanical keyboards are pretty much all the buzz right now, as even laptops have it. The market has pretty much been flooded with mechanical keyboards. So today, we're shining the spotlight onto one keyboard in particular - the HyperX Alloy FPS Pro mechanical keyboard.
OTG cables are fantastic little accessories to have at all times. They're not widely available, and not widely known too, for that matter. This little OTG cable converts your whatever device with USB-A headers to USB-C or micro-USB. they're available in quite a lot of different shapes, lengths, and designs, actually.
In today's trends, nearly everyone's gaming or streaming setup needs a microphone. As we all have heard, communication is key. Either we're on a Facebook Messenger or a competitive match in Overwatch, a microphone with superb clarity is always needed. The Gaming Freak Chanter is a desktop microphone - but one that's pretty much unheard of.
When it comes to gaming mice these days, there are a few main concerns that pop out. Does it have RGB? Does it have extra buttons for that unfair advantage? What about the sensor? Well, let's take a look at the brand new ASUS ROG Pugio - a gaming mouse that's announced earlier this year.
It's been a while since we last looked at a headphone. The Edifier G2 Engage arrived at our labs and I have to wonder - Edifier actually has a gaming lineup of audio products? Let's have a look at it.
Ever wondered what's the next technological advancement after CRTs have evolved into current flat screen OLED displays? Samsung has an idea - why not make them so thin and sleek, that it's like a picture frame? Introducing, Samsung's "The Frame".
As the title suggests, there's no better way to put it. I mean, that's literally what Western Digital put it as the title. They've successfully developed four bits per cell, which they are referring to it as X4. Western Digital has developed 64-layer 3D NAND BiCS3 X4 technology!