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Thermaltake Challenger Gaming Keyboard Pro Review
     Thu, Jan 13 2011 | 6:36P | Peripherals | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
Gaming keyboards have been a great market for Logitech and Ideazone (AKA SteelSeries). Since their initiation into the market, their blinky lights have won the heart of gamers all around the world. For me personally I have found gaming keyboard cumbersome and obnoxious and most of the time I found myself deeply confused about what else to add to my huge bank of macro keys. Then Logitech came out with and LCD panel and I will admit that was really cool, on paper, then in practicality, I haven't looked at my G15's LCD display since the first week I bought it. Thermaltake took their time before tossing their hat into the gaming peripheral ring and again on paper it seems like all the patience paid off but let's see if the features on the Thermaltake Challenger eSport Gaming Keyboard Pro really do add up to a win for Thermaltake or a big cumbersome lump of blinky uselessness:
  FULL STORY @ KEYBOARD

Zowie Celeritas mechanical switch gaming keyboard
     Wed, Jan 12 2011 | 11:35A | Peripherals | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
"As the gaming industry has evolved, peripherals have been developed alongside it. Interestingly, as time has gone on there's been a bit of seperation between gamers and the hardware that they have available to them. While there are keyboards and mice out there that are festooned with lights, macro keys and outlandish styling, there's another branch that ephasises something different. This second way of doing things is a little more streamlined. It focuses on speed, it's serious and often expensive. More and more pro-gamers are now heading in this direction and the product we're looking at today is no different. Lauded by some gamers that most people will never have heard of, the Zowie Celeritas comes with mechanical switches, a sleek black paint job and lots of internal cleverness to have you gaming at your best. Let's see how it compares to the boards we've reviewed in the past. "
  FULL STORY @ XSREVIEWS

Razer Onza, Sixense and Switchblade
     Mon, Jan 10 2011 | 5:13P | Peripherals | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
Razer always has new and interesting products for CES and for 2011 it's no different. The biggest news is the announcement of an OLED mobile gaming keyboard called the Switchblade! There are a number of new products so check out what Razer has been cooking up for gamers.
  FULL STORY @ LEGITREVIEWS

GIGABYTE Aivia K8100 Gaming Keyboard
     Wed, Jan 05 2011 | 4:01P | Peripherals | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
"GIGABYTE is making waves in a whole lot of computer component segments. Mostly known for their motherboards and video cards, the company has been branching out into a ton of new sectors lately. The gaming centered peripherals market is one of those areas as their mouse line-up has gotten positive reviews from a lot of places. GIGABYTE is now building on that positive momentum and bringing on their first keyboard aimed specifically at gamers with the introduction of their Aivia series K8100 gaming keyboards. Available in black, red, or yellow, these keyboards are designed to turn heads with their flashy design and look, but as we all know, flash is nothing without performance. Aivia stands for advanced, intuitive, and versatile interface archetype, so let's dig in and see if the K8100 holds to the standards that GIGABYTE has set."
  FULL STORY @ TWEAKTOWN

Thermaltake Challenger Pro Keyboard Review
     Mon, Jan 03 2011 | 4:03P | Peripherals | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
Thermaltake is a name that is familiar to system builder's worldwide. Known for their innovative case designs as well as their budget friendly aftermarket upgrades, Thermal take has recently branched out into competitive gaming with their Tt eSPORTS line of professional grade PC peripherals.
  FULL STORY @ NINJALANE

Kingwin EZ-Connect USB 3.0 to Sata Connector Review
     Mon, Jan 03 2011 | 12:03P | Peripherals | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
In its time USB 2.0 was a huge step forward for USB technology. If was fast, dependable, and for lack of a better term universal. Once we started seeing larger and larger file sizes, along with new options like fire wire 800 and eSata coming out USB 2.0 came to its end. USB 3.0 is out now and it is taking over its rightful place its predecessor once held. 3.0 is more than just a little step up speed wise and that is what we will be taking a look at today Kinwin has provided us with a Kingwin EZ-Connect USB 3.0 to Sata Connector let’s see how well it stands up to its older brother 2.0:
  FULL STORY @ OVERCLOCKERSHQ

Cooler Master Choiix Power Fort USB Battery Pack Review
     Sat, Oct 23 2010 | 9:03A | Peripherals | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
"The bundle we received was for item C-2010-K1A0 which is the Black, Advanced retail version. The Power Fort is available as white normal/advanced, or black normal/advanced. The difference between the normal and advanced versions is the car and wall power adapters. The normal versions come with just the two USB cables and suede pouch, whereas the advanced have the car adapter and US/EU/AU/UK wall adapters..."
  FULL STORY @ LEGITREVIEWS

 
Logitech Illuminated Keyboard
     Wed, Apr 30 2008 | 12:49P | Peripherals | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
"Today we are looking at the new Logitech Illuminated Keyboard. The keyboard is the first from Logitech that is backlit and not aimed at gamers. The first thing you notice about the keyboard is how thin it is. The 9.3 mm profile makes for a very flat and comfortable typing position. The PerfectStroke key system provides one of the best keyboards for typing I have ever used. The keys are very responsive, have great travel, and offer a slight click when pressed. Overall tactile feel is excellent. The typing feel is so good that the Logitech Illuminated Keyboard is now the only keyboard I type on."
  FULL STORY @ I4U

Thrustmaster RGT Force Feedback Pro Clutch Edition
     Tue, Apr 15 2008 | 5:24P | Peripherals | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
If you are in the market for a new steering wheel for your PC racing games, odds are you will be looking to either Logitech or Thrustmaster. Five years ago you would have had quite a few choices to pick from, now you are limited to a handful of models from one of two companies. Today Benchmark Reviews will be taking a look at one of those options, the Thrustmaster RGT Force Feedback Pro Clutch Edition. On paper, this new wheel sounds great, but can it deliver when your trying to hold that perfect line through the corners. Let's take a closer look and find out.
  FULL STORY @ BENCHMARKREVIEWS

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