Not every mouse needs to be some huge gamer palm gripper with MMO buttons, colour changing lights, DPI switches, different profiles and lift off sensors. Sometimes you just want to go back to basics, a slower paced rodent for a slower paced game. That’s what Zowie have purportedly put together in their Mico mouse. It’s “only” got a DPI of 1600 in three different steppings, but they’ve worked together with pro Starcraft players to make it, so it’s unlikely to lower your APM.Features
Ambidextrous competitive gaming mouse, usable with both hands Perfect for claw-grip and gamers with small [...]
Contemporary computers are becoming more and more integrated in the home and having a different box of electronics for each role: playing movies, gaming and even receiving TV, will soon be completely behind us.
Today we’re looking at a product that brings the functionality of one of these boxes to your PC, and thanks to it being a USB device…even your laptop and netbook. I’m talking about an HDTV tuner.
A device that allows you to watch, record and even pause live TV that’s as small as this, is certainly an attractive prospect. Whether you want to replace an old, ageing digital TV receiver or to watch TV on the move a device like [...]
The Siberia Neckband is a behind-ear version of the popular SteelSeries Siberia, a headset that is well-respected in the gaming community for its sound design and iconic look. Although built for iOS devices (iPhones, iPods and iPads), the Siberia Neckband is also compatible with the Xbox 360 and PC via adapters. Let’s have a look and see if this new variant manages to continue the Siberia’s tradition of excellence in a new format.Features
FOR IPOD, IPHONE & IPAD
Answer calls, change volume, fast and easy directly from the cord.
SteelSeries signature Siberia theme for an eye-catching visual [...]
Today we’re looking at a straight forward, simple mouse from Speedlink. It’s called the Snappy and just by looking at it you can see why, but looks alone won’t suffice. Let’s see how good it really is.Features & SpecificationsWireless three-button mouse with nano USB receiver 10 metre range thanks to 2.4GHz wireless technology highly precise 1000dpi optical sensor suitable for left or right-handers
Gaming mice have always been pretty expensive; even the perennial gamer’s favourite, the MX518, is £30. Some days you just don’t have that, and if you’re looking to buy a cheap second mouse or are new to gaming, you might find yourself looking at the Soyntec Inpput (sic) series. With rock-bottom prices (£9.99 on Amazon), the Innput R490 series skimps on the features to save money, offering a decently high DPI optical sensor in your choice of chassis colours. It very well might be a winning formula, but too often these budget products can suffer from their low-quality construction. Let’s see whether the R490 can avoid that particular trap [...]
Have to say, I’m a big fan of the mechanical keyboard. My personal gaming setup has a Steelseries 7G and I use a Zowie Celeritas while working. With that in mind, you can understand why I was looking forward to this review. Once again I get to spend an afternoon playing some games and typing away on another mechanical keyboard, the cut down version of my own 7G, the 6Gv2.Features
– Gold-plated mechanical switches – Lower-priced alternative to the extremely well-renowned SteelSeries 7G – Anti Ghosting allows as many simultaneous key presses as there are keys on the keyboard – Rapid response time. No-click mechanical switches ensure [...]