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Review – Rude Gameware Fierce Gaming Laser Mouse v.2

Review – Rude Gameware Fierce Gaming Laser Mouse v.2 Rude Gameware isn’t the most well-known brand in PC gaming peripherals, but they are trying hard to make a name for themselves. They’ve recently released an update to their Fierce Gaming Mouse, dubbed v.2. When looking at the two, you can tell that they have made quite a few changes. So many, in...
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Review – Thermaltake Challenger Pro Keyboard

Review – Thermaltake Challenger Pro Keyboard Thermaltake has been branching out from their previous offerings related to PC cases, cooling and power supplies. We’ve already shown you a couple of their gaming peripherals in the Tt eSPORTS line. Today we have a second gaming keyboard, dubbed the Challenger Pro. The Challenger line of keyboards...
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PlayStation Move Sharp Shooter

PlayStation Move Sharp Shooter Now this is something I would want to have in my arsenal. *WARNING: that was not funny* About a week ago, the PlayStation Move sharp shooter was released, and it looks rather fanciful. Just about everything is customizable; from an extendable stock to deadzone and sensitivity settings. A left or...
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Review – Cyborg R.A.T. 7

Review – Cyborg R.A.T. 7 Gaming mice. For years companies have branded specific mice as intended for “gaming.” I’ve gotten my hands on a number of them, and rarely am I impressed enough to continue using them for long periods of time. Honestly, I might use one for a couple of months before reverting back to one of my...
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Razer Onza Gets Banned By The Pros

Razer Onza Gets Banned By The Pros Having the right hardware can give you an edge on the competition. In fact, some devices have the potential to give you such an advantage that they’ve been banned from use in some tournaments. Specifically, the Razer Onza has been deemed unworthy of use by Major League Gaming. The controller has what...
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Splitfish Reduces Battery Needs With The FRAGFX Shark

Splitfish Reduces Battery Needs With The FRAGFX Shark We’ve already shown you how awesome Splitfish’s PS3 controllers are, but now they’ve fixed one of the small problems that we’ve encountered with them. See, having a controller that uses a total of 6 AAA batteries that will need replacing is not the most fun for your bank account. So...
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Razer Intros Their First Mechanical Gaming Keyboard

Razer Intros Their First Mechanical Gaming Keyboard Whether you spend most of your time typing on a keyboard, or punching in commands in your favorite PC game, you can tell a difference between the various types of hardware used. Specifically, your mechanical keyboards (easily identified by their clacky sounds) tend to have a better feel in many...
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Review – Psyko Audio 5.1 Surround Sound Headphones

Review – Psyko Audio 5.1 Surround Sound Headphones Any professional gamer will tell you that having good audio equipment is almost as important as having a good video card. Ideally, you’d want a good 5.1 surround sound setup, as most headphones can’t achieve true 5.1 audio. Unfortunately most people can’t have a perfect surround sound...
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