Buy from Roccat
£59.99

Audio, Reviews

Roccat Noz review: a top-class, ultra-light gaming headset

Roccat’s latest headset is the Noz, an ultralight (210g) over-ear model that strives for comfort above...

Buy from Currys
£1199.00

Desktops, Reviews

Acer Nitro 50 review: a compact 1080p gaming desktop

Acer’s Nitro 50 desktop is designed to offer strong 1080p gaming and productivity performance in a...

Buy from Amazon
£35

Mice, Reviews

Roccat Kone Pure Owl-Eye review: light and affordable

We loved the flagship Kone Aimo RGBA from Roccat, so the prospect of a smaller and more affordable version in...

Buy from Amazon
£99

Keyboards, Peripherals, Reviews

HyperX Alloy FPS RGB review: God is in the detail

The HyperX Alloy FPS RGB is a mechanical gaming keyboard that should appeal to a lot of people. It has a...

Buy from Amazon
£40

Reviews, Smart Home

Uten milk frother review

Today we’re doing something a little different: looking at a common kitchen gadget, a milk frother....

Buy from Amazon
£35

Audio, Reviews

Roccat Renga Boost review: the best cheap open back gaming headset

In the world of audiophile-grade headphones, one of the first buying decisions you’ll need to make is...

Buy from E-Win Europe
€349

Gaming Chairs, Reviews

E-Win Europe Flash Series FLA Ergonomic Office Gaming Chair review

Our favourite gaming chair vendors have sent out another model for us to review: the Flash Series. As...

Buy from Amazon
£99

Coolers, Reviews

NZXT Aer RGB 2 Starter Kit review

NZXT unveiled their Hue 2 accessories a few months back, each with an integrated digital controller, and now...

Editorial

The software powering online slots

The explosion of online gambling in the late 1990s irrevocably changed the face of gambling as we know it. It...

Editorial

Witopia VPN review

It’s important to note that Witopia itself isn’t a VPN, but rather a cybersecurity company that offers...

 

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