The Speedlink Snappy Stereo Speakers have two 3W drivers, a 1.2 m cable length and built-in volume control. To give you the whole picture, see our complete review below.Features and Specifications2x 3W drivers Built in volume control 1.2m cable 99x84x101mm 400 grams Design
These small speakers have a fairly simple but effective design. The casing is entirely plastic, making the speakers light. Along the cable there is an on/off switch and a dial for the volume. The speakers’ small size means they are easily portable. The speakers require to be plugged into both a USB and a headphone port to be used.Testing
The Speedlink Estrado Gaming Headset Stand acts as both a headset stand as well as an external soundcard. It possesses both a headphone and a microphone socket as well as 3 USB ports. To give you the whole picture, see our complete review below.FeaturesHeadset stand and external soundcard combination 3.5mm socket for headphones or speakers 3.5mm socket for microphone 3 USB ports Can be disassembled and become easily portableDesign
The Estrado has a nice round design, with the silver inner circle on top making it look a little like a small record player. It is mainly made of plastic, though the stand attachment is metal. The on/off button and all ports and sockets [...]
German peripherals company Speedlink have taken to Gamescom 2017 to unveil their latest gaming headset, the Maxter. It comes in stereo and 7.1 surround sound models, and will suit the PC or PS4.
We haven’t gotten on well with all of Speedlink’s headsets in the past — one of our reviews had the subtitle ‘Once a Gorgon, Always a Gorgon’ — but this one seems to sport a new design that should hopefully fix a lot of the comfort and usability issues we had with previous models.
The headband adopts the same triple-component design as the SteelSeries Siberia, with two wire-carrying tubes held aloft over the leather-style headband. [...]
Speedlink aren’t the most well known maker of mice, but they’re still a solid budget option. We’ve been pretty happy with their mice in the past, thanks to their low price points and decent build quality, and now we’re looking at one more: the Fortus. This is the first wireless mouse that we’re testing from Speedlink, so let’s see how it compares to its wired brethren!Features & specificationsPrecise optical sensor with adjustable resolution from 600 to 2,400dpi LED illumination with 4 breathtaking colours Ergonomically designed with thumb indent for right-handed use 2.4GHz wireless technology with a range of up to 6m Compact [...]
Have you ever gotten in trouble at the office for your noisy mouse clicks? Me ‘neither, but that’s the idea behind the Speedlink Calado. This mouse clicks silently, allowing you to use a mouse with unparalleled stealth.
I didn’t know this was a thing, but there are quite a few similarly silent mice on Amazon, so there must be a demand for it! Let’s put it to the test and see whether this covert rodent makes a good case for itself in this novel category.Specifications and FeaturesWireless five button mouse 2.4GHz radio technology with range of up to 8 metres Highly precise 1600 DPI optical sensor DPI switch allows you to adjust sensitivity [...]
Today we’re taking a look at a mid-range racing wheel and pedals, the Speedlink Trailblazer. This racing wheel certainly looks the business, but how does it perform in Dirt 4? Let’s put it to the test!Manufacturer’s features and specificationsXbox One®, PlayStation® 3, 4 and PC gaming racing wheel Minimal shifting times thanks to professional gear shifter and rapid-access shifter paddles Highly responsive gas and brake pedals Powerful vibration effects for an incredibly realistic gaming experience Ultra-precise digital D-pad 12 buttons Several remappable controls Huge 180° steering lock Adjustable sensitivity Rubberised racing-wheel rim for maximum [...]