NZXT recently sent us one of the World of Warcraft themed PC cases to put it through its paces. The 510 Alliance case sports the Alliance logos emblazoned in all their glory across the sides and front of the case, but for $200, is the package worth the cost?
Need more gaming space? A fast drive like the Helix from Oyen Digital might be just the right fit for you.
For a while I've been looking for a gaming keypad to help alleviate some control issues I've had while playing popular MMOs. Thankfully, Razer let us take the Tartarus Pro for a spin recently. Is the keypad worth the hassle and the price? Check out our review here.
Maxing out at 85dB, the PuroGamer will let you game for hours without worry. At $69.99, is it the headset for you?
The Razer DeathAdder was one of the most popular mice to hit the market due to its simplicity and well thought out design. But, how can you improve upon greatness? Razer takes a stab at one-upping themselves with the Razer DeathAdder V2 and we have the review to prove it.
Our friends at Burson Audio stoke a curiosity in high-end audio with their hybrid Digital-to-Analog Converter and headphone amplifiers called the Playmate. Let’s find out together what it is all about.
You may have heard the phrase, “the pen is an extension of your body.” The same philosophy should apply to gaming mice. It is a device that allows you to interact with your computer in rather unbelievable ways if you stop to think about it. Thousands of tiny pictures and calculations – because accuracy is key for PC gaming. Today we’re looking at the new Roccat Kone Pure Ultra. Is it worth choosing in an already crowded market? Find out in this review.
HyperX has been on a tear releasing new peripherals over the last few years. Their keyboard line has exploded in number and popularity, leading them to release their very own line of switches in 2019. Today, we’re looking at their latest keyboard, the Alloy Origins Core, and it comes equipped with HyperX Linears. It’s fully programmable, metal through-and-through and features bright RGB backlighting, but should it be the next keyboard on your gaming wishlist?
The quest for the right desk is one of many twists and turns. Depending on what you need and how much you’re willing to spend, you could find yourself with anything from hollow legs and a wire frame to a desk that will stand the test of time. Today, we’re looking at one of the latter with the brand new Lander Lite from iMovR. It takes the best features of the original Lander and slashes the price point to $799. Still, at $799 is it worth a buy?
Every once in a while, a company tries to take something old and make it new again. That is what Eureka has done with their Z60 Gaming Desk. It’s simple to take a desktop, add some legs, and call it a full desk, but it’s another thing to bring in a durable steel frame and desk, wrap it in carbon fiber, and then make it pop with RGB. If you’re a gamer looking for an eye-catching desk, this might just be the one for you. Join us to find out.
4K has arrived: content is plentiful and games look more beautiful than ever before. With each passing year, the tech gets better and the prices become more affordable. If you’re still on the fence, the TV we’re looking at today may just make you jump down. Coming in as low as $299 for the 50-inch version and $529 for the $65-inch, does its input lag and picture quality make it a worthy buy? Join us as we find out!
Back in May, we took a look at the Ducky One 2 Mini, the 60% keyboard that made the gaming world pay attention to 60% keyboards. Before the holiday, we received a surprise package from Ducky with the Mecha Mini. It features a full, CNC-milled aluminum case, as well as a few other changes. At $119, is it worth picking up over the original?
The world of gaming keyboards is expanding more than ever before and it can be hard to tell why one is worth choosing over another. Today, we’re looking at one of the showiest we’ve seen yet with the Steelseries Apex 7 TKL. On the surface, it has flash but does the build quality and features add up? Join us as we find out.
If you’re building a new PC, the first thing you’ll need is something to put those fancy components in. Today, we’re looking at an affordable option from ADATA with the XPG Invader. Coming in at only $79.99, does it offer the form and function to make your next build stand out? Let’s find out.