Here’s an interesting one for me… a keyboard… that isn’t mechanical! Taiwanese computer peripherals brand i-rocks got in contact with me last week, so today I’m taking a look at the Rock Series K10 Keyboard.
I was quite intrigued by the Matias Laptop Pro – it’s a mechanical keyboard, yet it’s Bluetooth-equipped and about 60% of the size of a standard keyboard. The promise is the feeling of a true mechanical keyboard, yet the portability of a mobile keyboard. Will the Laptop Pro hit the right balance?
Earlier this year, we took a look at a digital projector from BenQ, the W1060. I rated that projector highly, with its multiplicity of inputs and excellent 1080p image quality. The only real downside was the price, which came in at around €800. Today, we’re having a look at a cheaper projector from BenQ, the W750.
Squint a little while looking at these Bluetooth headphones and it wouldn’t be hard to see the NSEA Protector spaceship from Galaxy Quest. It’s hard to imagine that headphones that looked so good would also only cost £50.
QPAD, as its name implies, is traditionally a mouse mat manufacturer. These days though, you can’t be a one trick pony – you need to diversify; and that’s what QPAD is doing, branding itself out into the headset game. This latest offering, the QPAD QH-90, features a stark white colour scheme, super soft padded leather cushioning and a detachable microphone.
Introduction Today I’ll be taking a look at one of BenQ’s mid-range monitors for the home and office, the BenQ GW2750HM.
Today we’ll be looking at the TT ESPORTS Theron – the company’s high to mid-range gaming mouse, designed with input from Taiwanese StarCraft II pro-gamer Softball. Softball hasn’t impressed in international competition thus far, but we’ll see if his mouse is more worthy of praise.
Steelseries produce a lot of gaming peripherals. That’s been their focus for a long time. But these days it’s not all about the giant gaming cans with the big boom mic. It’s about mobile phone gaming on the move – which means looking cool while doing so. While I’m not going to ever look cool wearing any pair of headphones, perhaps the Steelseries Flux can help me out a little bit.
Introduction Gamers may not be too familiar (yet) with the EpicGear brand, particularly as there are very few products under the banner so far.