August and September are microphone months this year at MMORPG. Last month, we examined the Blue Yeti and our reader’s quickly pointed out the most compelling options, but one kept coming up above the others, the Audio-Technica AT2020. We listened. Read on for our review of the AT2020USB+ condenser microphone.
Now that AMD has fielded Ryzen a lot of people are making the switch. We are bringing you a review of a quality motherboard option. The ASUS B350-f Gaming brings budget builders a premium feel at an affordable price.
Steelseries latest mechanical keyboard, the RGB enabled APEX M750 recently made its way through our doors. It’s safe to say we’ve seen a few of these, so when we say it’s one of the very best this year, we mean it. Read on for our full review to find out why!
This week, we launched the hardware coverage on our YouTube channel with a killer Ryzen gaming build. With Destiny 2 just around the corner, we worked with all of our hardware partners to put together a build that will not only produce a rock your FPS but also set you up to do all of the streaming and game capture you could want. Click through to check it out.
We've been digging into the world of high-end streaming mics lately. After reviewing the Blue Yeti microphone, we discovered the Blue also had a set of high fidelity headphones targeted at gamers and music lovers alike. We had to take a look. Today we're reviewing the Blue Lolas, high fidelity headphones that could be the perfect companion to the Yeti.
MSI's performance series' of gaming motherboards have been receiving accolades, so when we decided to build a new Ryzen system, we had to reach out. Today, we're looking at the X370 Gaming Pro Carbon, an enthusiast class motherboard for gamers wanting to push their systems to the limits.
Mechanical keyboards are expensive, and even moreso when they’re RGB. Add a mouse to the mix and you could easily spend upwards of $200. Today, Cooler Master launchers their MS120 RGB keyboard and mouse set. The keyboard features per-key backlighting and a hybrid mem-chanical switch. Retailing for an affordable $89.99, we see exactly how function stands up to flash.
For many streamers and content creators, quality is the number one need when it comes to the production side of their operation. Ensuring the content they create is compelling, unique, and entertaining is one thing, but fans also expect a certain level of quality in what they watch.
This month, Gigabyte has introduced two new peripherals to the AORUS family. We already looked at the new AORUS M3. Today, we’re looking at the other half of that equation, the AORUS K7 Mechanical Gaming Keyboard. It’s RGB Fusion enabled, features genuine Cherry Red switches, is entirely programmable, and looks sleeker than any other board we’ve had in this year. But is everything as good as it seems on the surface? Let’s find out.
Complexity seems to be the name of the game when it comes to gaming peripherals, but there’s something to be said for deciding what you want to do and really doing it right. That’s where Gigabyte’s new mouse, the AORUS M3 comes in. The M3 isn’t on the cutting edge and isn’t meant to be. Instead, it keeps its price to $40 and delivers performance to leave any gamer satisfied. Read on for our review.
Mechanical keyboards have come a long way since the early days of PC gaming. They’ve come so far, in fact, that it can be hard to know where to begin in your search for your next gaming keyboard. We’re here to help. Over the last week, Matt has been looking closely at the Bloody Gaming B820R optical gaming keyboard. He’s here to tell you whether this premium keyboard is all it’s cracked up to be.
MMO mice: once you get used to having abilities on your mouse hand, there’s no going back. Today we’re looking at a new kind of MMO mouse with the Roccat Leadr. Featuring 16 programmable buttons and 31 keybinds with more than half of them off your thumb, wired and wireless connectivity without the lag, an improved Owl Eye sensor, and RGB illumination, it’s a new approach to MMO mousing.
The Corsair Scimitar RGB MMO Gaming Mouse is the stalwart tech company’s own entry into the MMO mouse arena, with 12 buttons on the side and 17 total buttons for extensive control options. It’s Corsair’s answer to the Logitech G600, the Razer Naga, and the Roccat Nyth. But how does it stack up? Turns out, really damn well. Read on for our full review.
A few weeks back, Chris Coke reviewed the GT Omega chair here on this site. When AK Racing then asked us to take a look at their new Overture line, Chris was smart – he knew he’d get wife aggro if he gave a home to another large racing chair in his homestead. Ergo, Bill took on this assignment, lower back pain and all, and has come away pleased with the construction and comfort of the Overture. Read on, dear visitor.