- Input Devices
Saturday, 31 Dec 2016
On the eleventh day of Christmas ... comes the gift that will please both young and not-so-young. Only something like an Xbox One S console can have such a draw on a wide group of people!
Sunday, 25 Dec 2016
On the 5th day of Christmas ... we suggest a quiet mechanical keyboard with per-key lighting control and enjoy the benefits of a fully programmable keyboard to create any key-combo assignments. A perfect gift for gamers at home and even at office to perk up a boring workspace.
Friday, 23 Dec 2016
Gifts needn’t be overly expensive and for the third day of Christmas, it's time to delight PC gamers with a 14-button mouse from Roccat that's both comfortable and versatile to use.
Sunday, 18 Dec 2016
Here's your chance to recycle and donate your used computing devices at participating Newstead Technologies retail outlets for the company's Gift Your Tech social campaign. If the devices aren't in working order, the campaign will ensure of their proper disposal according to strict NEA regulations. Read on for more details!
Thursday, 24 Nov 2016
Biostar has announced the GK3, its first ever mechanical keyboard. It costs just US$45, a stupendously low price.
Sunday, 6 Nov 2016
The HyperDrive USB Type-C Hub can be inserted into the Thunderbolt 3 slots on the new 2016 MacBook Pro, giving the notebook a HDMI port, two USB 3.0 ports, and another USB Type-C port in return
Tuesday, 1 Nov 2016
What arguably stole the show at Microsoft's Surface event last week was not the Surface Studio, but the Surface Dial input device that works with the all-in-one PC. Here are all the apps that work with this funky accessory.
Wednesday, 21 Sep 2016
Mionix has announced the Naos QG, an ergonomic right-handed gaming mouse that comes with sensors that can monitor your heart rate and sweat secretion to produce real-time data on your physiological response to games.
Monday, 19 Sep 2016
Logitech has introduced its new Prodigy series of gaming gear, a complete family of peripherals that includes two mice, a keyboard, and a headset. The new products are targeted at the casual gamer, and offer a mix of performance and affordability.
Monday, 5 Sep 2016
Razer's new Ornata keyboard claims to "combine the most desirable traits of membrane rubber dome design with the merits of mechanical keyboard technology." According to Razer, that means you get "the comfort of a membrane keyboard with the tactile feedback of mechanical switches."