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Tt eSPORTS Azurues Mini Gaming Mouse

Tt eSPORTS Azurues Mini Gaming Mouse

A good mouse is one that you don't mind keeping your hand on for multiple hours at a time. A good mouse is one that you don't notice while you are gaming because it is doing its job exactly as it should. The Tt eSPORTS Azurues Mini is a perfect example of a what I would consider a "good mouse

Steelseries 6Gv2 Mechanical

Steelseries 6Gv2 Mechanical

Have to say, I’m a big fan of the mechanical keyboard. My personal gaming setup has a Steelseries 7G and I use a Zowie Celeritas while working. With that in mind, you can understand why I was looking forward to this review. Once again I get to spend an afternoon playing some games and typing away on another mechanical keyboard, the cut down version of my own 7G, the 6Gv2.

Razer's Star Wars Old Republic Gaming Keyboard is Out of This World

Razer's Star Wars Old Republic Gaming Keyboard is Out of This World

In anticipation of the latest Star Wars MMORPG - and in a close collaboration with both BioWare and LucasArts - Razer has just unleashed a new high performance gaming keyboard to help give you an advantage in the upcoming game Star Wars: The Old Republic. With the aptly named Star Wars: The Old Republic keyboard, hardcore fans should have quite the advantage over those mere mortals who are not wielding one.

Enermax AURORA Micro Wireless Keyboard

Enermax AURORA Micro Wireless Keyboard

The AURORA Micro Wireless, from Enermax, is a wireless compact keyboard featuring total media functionality. With integrated trackball, left-right buttons, and a scroll-wheel, this wireless compact keyboard is looking to be one of the best solutions for using media center and home theater software. This product won the prestigious “red dot design award: product design 2009″ against 11,000 submissions from 61 countries in 14 categories. With the sleek brushed aluminum look of the keyboard and the laptop feel to the keys, it is impressive right out of the box.

Cooler Master CM Storm Spawn Gaming Mouse

Cooler Master CM Storm Spawn Gaming Mouse

CM Storm continues their impressive lineup of gaming peripherals with the Spawn mouse. It looks great, performs even better, and provides a level of comfort that anyone favoring the claw-grip style will appreciate. There's enough buttons to provide plenty of customization options, and Japanese-made Omron switches are beneficial for heavy usage and long term durability.

Ttesports Challenger Ultimate Keyboard

Ttesports Challenger Ultimate Keyboard

This keyboard is the most advanced keyboard that Ttesports has at this stage. It features includes; macro buttons, fan to cool off your hands, and also USB and sound ports. How well does it perform and how does it stand against other keyboards on the market?

Enermax Aurora Micro Wireless

Enermax Aurora Micro Wireless

While the majority of people will run their systems with full size keyboards there are others who want something a bit smaller. Perhaps you have a media PC, or you’re low on space? Enermax have a mini wireless version of their Aurora. Its brushed aluminium and has a roller ball mouse system. Let’s see how it performs.

Gigabyte Aivia M8600 Gaming Mouse

Gigabyte Aivia M8600 Gaming Mouse

The Aivia M8600 Wireless Macro Gaming Mouse is absolutely riddled with features. During testing I found the responsiveness the best I have ever experienced. This is the first mouse I had to dial down from max resolution for gaming. The software is clean and easy to use making regular tasks smooth and macro programming as simple as I have seen.

Enermax Acrylux Keyboard

Enermax Acrylux Keyboard

Keyboards, they’re not something everyone pays attention to, but they can make quite a difference to your usage experience. What type of switches you go for, the look, the size of the wrist rest, macro keys, the sound of it as you type; all these factors can impact how well you interact with your PC.

Today I’m taking a look at a new keyboard form Enermax, who’s previous experience isn’t too extensive. However, they’re bringing their A game today with patented scissor switches, some USB 2.0 ports and a very fancy look. How does it perform? Only one way to find out.

Raptor LK 1 Gaming Keyboard

Raptor LK 1 Gaming Keyboard

Raptor Gaming are a German company, boasting “Ultimate Game Devices designed by Gamers for Gamers.” They produce a number of gaming peripherals, including mice, keyboards, headsets and other accessories. Read on to see how the LK1 gaming keyboard fares.

Scosche freeKEY BTKB Bluetooth Keyboard

Scosche freeKEY BTKB Bluetooth Keyboard

We spent some time with the Scosche freeKEY on a recent trip and found it to be a decent little keyboard for the money. It takes some getting used to, but after a few hours of use you should be able to get the hang of it. It doesn't give us the same typing ability of our desk keyboard, but it greatly enhances our typing ability over that of the touch screen tablet or smartphone that you are wanting a keyboard for. If you've never typed on a non-rigid keyboard it will take some getting used to and you'll learn that you need to use the keyboard on a flat surface. Trying to use it on your lap is very tricky and something we couldn't master...

Nexus SM-8000B silent mouse

Nexus SM-8000B silent mouse

First we had the mouse… then we went from optical to laser mouses… and now comes wireless technology.  We have today a Nexus silent mouse on our hands to be tested.

The Nexus SM-8000B silent mouse is a unique wireless optical mouse, a younger brother of the
model SM-7000B we reviewed a while ago. SM-8000B was also designed for the user who wants silent working environment. Let’s find out if silent mouse evolved into something even more acceptable.

Thermaltake’s Tt eSports Challenger Ultimate Gaming Keyboard and Black Element Gaming Mouse

Thermaltake’s Tt eSports Challenger Ultimate Gaming Keyboard and Black Element Gaming Mouse

As with photography, the equipment is just a tool. The person behind that tool is far more important, but hey, it doesn’t hurt to have some killer equipment either. The exact same thing can be said about the competitive PC gaming scene; equip the best players with the worst equipment and they’ll still whoop you good. Give them the best equipment and they’ll whoop you better.

To this end, Thermaltake started up their Tt eSports line to support the professional gaming scene and we’re taking a look at two of their proudest offerings: the Challenger Ultimate Gaming Keyboard and the Black Element Gaming Mouse. If you’re hard to the core, you’ll want to take a look at these.

Gigabyte Aivia M8600 Mouse

Gigabyte Aivia M8600 Mouse

Gamers usually shun wireless peripherals, always wary of a possible energy loss. No one wants to rummage around for a cable and lose an online match. With that in mind, Gigabyte has released a wireless gaming-grade mouse with a long lasting 50 hour battery that comes with an extra battery that you can rapidly switch. Besides those characteristics, the Aivia M8600 reaches 6,500 DPI and  features a design for both right- and left-handed users, plus ten reprogrammable buttons. Let's talk first about its physical aspects and then test its wireless operation.

Minebea Cool Leaf Mirror Keyboard, From Concept to Reality

Minebea Cool Leaf Mirror Keyboard, From Concept to Reality

As most IT professionals know ye olde keyboard is a dirty, filthy germ ridden device; a device which is over brimming with nasty creatures just waiting to make you sick. In fact, the average keyboard is so nasty it is multiple times filthier than you average toilet! Worse still, most keyboards (unless specifically made to be water resistant) can not be disinfected without risking killing them. Personally, we have always used a UV light and a specialized vacuum cleaner to keep ours clean and bacteria free, but this is not an option for all people.

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