The short answer is probably a little of both. Many companies are still trying to stake a claim in the (slowly) growing VR gaming landscape,
Logitech’s G512 Carbon Fiber IGX gaming keyboard is a black, boring, heavy metal gaming keyboard in the best possible way. It does exactly what you
You’d have to be crazy to revive an iconic 80’s adventure game icon best known for being a sleazy swinger, but 80’s adult gaming icon Leisure Suit
The Sennheiser GSP 600 firmly grabs your head with nigh sound-proof ear cups and delivers beautifully balanced stereo sound quality. Representing the high-end of Sennheiser’s
The Logitech G-Pro mechanical keyboard distills the most important features of a gaming keyboard into a package that is as compact as it is responsive.
Logitech’s G533 wireless gaming headset is a modest generational refinement of its G933 Artemis Spectrum cousin, boasting a streamlined design, superior comfort, and a considerably lower price.
EchoGear’s “gaming” monitor arm is sturdy, easy to install, and frees your monitor from the confines of its humble, static horizontality.
The Razer Naga Trinity effectively gives you three high-end gaming mice for the price of one, which makes it something the Naga has never really
CES 2018: Today Razer unveiled two new products including a new Mamba mouse and a new speaker line. They also pulled back the curtain on
With the new year comes the new gear. Today, PC hardware and peripheral manufacturer Corsair announced a suite of wireless gaming peripherals that combine to form
Mad Catz rises from the ashes of 2017 and returns in 2018 with all new PC gaming gear to show off at CES 2018. In
The Bloody M660P is relatively light and comfortable for a headset that buries your ears in super thick cushions, but it suffers from odd design
Razer today formally unveiled its long-rumored (but hardly surprising nor secret) Razer Phone—which noticeably lacks a headphone jack and the name of any predatory
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
Listen to some tunes, charge your stuff, and get a little wood with the Archeer Bluetooth speaker. While diving into Dungeons 3 (Muahahaha!) for a preview/review,