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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.
Logitech's G600 MMO Gaming mouse joins Razer's Naga as the latest multi-buttoned monstrosity. The G600 boasts 20 buttons, with a 12-button thumbpad, and also includes a Shift button that gives you easy access to a total of 24 thumb buttons. Find out how it fares against Razer's original MMO gaming mouse.
With Windows 8 less than three months away, Microsoft has already started rolling out hardware designed specifically for use with the OS. One of the first available will be the Wedge Touch Mouse, an ultra-portable Bluetooth 3.0 touch mouse designed for use with a Windows 8 tablet. We take a closer look.
Following leaked images earlier this week of new Microsoft input devices designed specifically for tablets running Windows 8, Microsoft Singapore today confirmed and announced the upcoming launch of those products and gave us a closer look at them.
Designed for MMO and RTS gamers, the K90 is Corsair's second stab at incorporating the Cherry MX Red mechanical key switches (the first being the K60 under the same Vengeance line) into a gaming keyboard. We find out if this backlit keyboard is worth its S$189 price tag.
The PC Show is now upon us, and there will be a horde of tech-hungry consumers. If you want to get something, you'd have to be quick, so here's our Personal Computing buying guide to help you hit fast, and and get out of the PC Show safe and sound.
The Savu is a new extra-light mouse from German gaming peripheral manufacturer Roccat. With a unique "No-Sweat" side grip finish and Roccat's signature EasyShift technology, it looks like great value at US$55.99. We take a closer look.