Corsair, Razer, and Roccat each take a different approach to solving the problem of getting a PC keyboard, mouse, and desktop into your lap and
The ROCCAT Sova’s near perfect ergonomic design makes it a stellar couch-desk for PC gaming, and it earns its place as my favorite PC gaming
The Roccat Suora F/X is a solid mechanical keyboard with a boatload of features in its driver software—including an arguably questionable feature that has scarcely
The Roccat Sova Lapboard arrives in August.
The Roccat Ryos MK FX is a modest but colorful improvement over an already excellent mechanical gaming keyboard.
The Roccat Tyon bears a vague resemblance to a warthog, and is arguably one of the ugliest gaming mice this side of Mad Catz Cyborg mice—but despite its surly appearance it’s surprisingly comfortable, very well-designed, and eminently functional.
The Roccat Ryos TKL Pro is a ‘small’ form-factor mechanical gaming keyboard that combines Roccat’s powerful software and rich features to create one of the best—albeit also one of the biggest—ten keyless keyboards in its class.
The Roccat Kave XTD 5.1 Digital gaming headset comes with one of the best desktop controllers and bundled driver software money can buy. But while the Kave XTD is a control-freak’s dream, it’s not perfect.
At around $70, the Kone Pure occupies a mid (or upper-mid) price tier, in between Roccat’s Savu gaming mouse (around $50) and the Roccat Kone
[Originally featured in my PC gaming column for Examiner.com] Roccat packs their best tech into the Kone XTD gaming mouse to make it as powerful on
(From my review at Examiner.com) Roccat’s IskuFX gaming keyboard has all the power and versatility of its blue cousin, but adds a little more color
The Razer Imperator gets more sophisticated sensors and a chassis upgrade to make an already good gaming mouse nearly perfect—for right-handers, anyway. The original Imperator is a