The Leap Motion Controller is a U$80 USB device that plugs into your PC or Mac to give you Kinect-like gesture controls. While gesture control has been available for years on the Xbox 360, can Leap Motion deliver on its promise of changing the way we interact with our computer in real, natural ways? Let's find out!
You can't have a PC show without PCs! Not forgetting notebooks, networking devices, peripherals, software and gaming gear too! So no matter what computing products you're looking for, we've got you covered on what to look for in this year's show to get the best gadgets at the best prices.
With four new mice, two new keyboards and two new headsets, Logitech has beefed up their gaming peripherals offering under the banner of the refreshed G-series. We show you what you can you expect in stores soon.
Announced earlier this year, the Logitech G710+, Logitech's first foray into mechanical gaming keyboards, incorporates Cherry MX Brown key switches. These switches are still pretty uncommon, however, they are slowly gaining acceptance among mainstream gamers. We give you our take of this mechanical gaming keyboard.
Prolink announced today that it will be entering the gaming peripheral business with a pair of gaming mice that draw inspiration from the bat. Prolink will also be offering a unique customization service for its customers. We took a closer look at the range.
With Windows 8 officially launched, Sitex 2012 is the perfect place to look for a new system, whether you're after a convertible Ultrabook, touchscreen all-in-one, or anything in between. Apple products also make their long-awaited tech show return at Sitex 2012. We've also got you covered with memory deals, peripherals and all your networking needs!
Mad Catz's S.T.R.I.K.E. 7 gaming keyboard features a modular design that lets you connect various components together to suit your gaming needs, including a detachable numberpad and a four-button macro pad. It also boasts a touchscreen V.E.N.O.M. command module with options for up to 36 touchscreen macros.
Priced at S$168, the backlit QuickFire TK mechanical keyboard comes equipped with Cherry MX Red switches, and is marketed as QuickFire Rapid's successor. Will this gaming keyboard make the cut? We give you a brief rundown from our trials.
With tablets fast becoming the choice for simple productivity needs on-the-go, accessories like Microsoft Wedge Mobile Keyboard and Logitech Ultrathin Keyboard Cover can make work much more bearable. Find out how both of these devices fared in our trials after the jump!
The Wacom Intuos5 comes enveloped in a matte rubber-coated finish, and includes soft contoured buttons in place of hard-edged side buttons and their labels found on the Intuos4. We dive in to see if its performance surpasses that of its predecessor.