The Havit HV-MS794 is a budget gaming mouse that still manages to include everyone’s favourite feature, RGB lighting. The mouse comes with an entry-level optical sensor, the Avago 3050, and can be adjusted between 500 and 4000 DPI. There are seven buttons, including two on the side and two to adjust the DPI, all of which are programmable using the provided software. For its asking price of $18, that’s a whole lot of mouse. Here’s our full review.Specs & Features12 RGB multi-colour backlit modes Up to 4000 DPI (500 / 1000 / 1500 / 2000 / 3000 / 4000) 7 programmable buttons and DPI indicator colour Avago 3050 optical sensorDesign
The View 31 Tempered Glass RGB Edition is a stylish case with a modern tempered glass design and three built-in RGB fans — which makes it all the more surprising that it’s just £120. Thermaltake recommends the case for high-end PCs with good liquid cooling support, and we’re going to put it to the test as we rebuild our XSReviews Test Rig. Let’s get into our full review!Specs & Features Features
Left and Right 4 mm Thick Tempered Glass Window Design View 31 TG RGB with left and right 4 mm thick tempered glass window guarantees the durability of the window; moreover, the enlarged window design permits users to fully display and admire all [...]
The most ridiculously named keyboard of all time
What’s in a name? When it comes to the mechanical keyboard sitting on my desk called the Razer Blackwidow Tournament Edition Chroma Stealth, there’s a heck of a lot. In fact, I reckon I can tell you everything you need to know about the good ol’ RBWTECS just by unpacking each one of these weighty terms. Let’s give it a go!
Razer is a name that carries a lot of weight in gaming circles, and not always for the right reasons. Despite (or perhaps because of) the company’s popularity, hardcore mechanical keyboard fans turn their noses up at Razer products, [...]
The Drevo Calibur 72, also known as the KeyCool 72, is a compact mechanical keyboard with a couple of interesting features: Bluetooth connectivity and RGB backlighting. The former allows the Calibur to be used with a wide range of devices, from desktops and laptops all the way down to tablets and smartphones, while the latter ensures that the keyboard looks pretty. It’s also quite cheap, costing a little over £50 or $60 as of July 2017. Let’s get into our rapid-fire review.Design
In many respects, the Calibur 72 is a quite ordinary-looking black mechanical keyboard, with its titular seventy-two keys sitting atop a flat chassis with minimal bezels. [...]
NZXT have made their name with a series of bold, sculpted PC cases that go way beyond the standard ‘black metal cuboid’ design. We loved their Phantom and Manta cases when we’ve had them in for reviews, and their latest creation looks exciting too.
It’s the Noctis 450 Special Edition ROG, a custom variant of the Noctis case that was launched last year. The Special Edition comes in a unique Gun Gray colour scheme, and supports Aura Sync RGB lighting. Let’s take a closer look.
Reidea’s KM06 keyboard seems too good to be true: RGB backlighting and a full layout of mechanical switches for £60? Happily, this low-cost gaming keyboard avoids any major pitfalls and delivers on its promise of high-end features at a budget price.