Will peripherals specifically made for Stacraft II help change your gameplay from suck to success?
The adjustable thumb buttons help make this gaming mouse extremely comfortable.
It might sound like an extra from Asterix, but this is a gaming mouse to covet.
We look back at some of the best bits of hardware we've reviewed this year.
Can unparalleled adjustment and customization options make for a perfect mouse?
Razer has announced what it claims is the world's first MMO-centric keyboard.
Peripherals specialist SteelSeries has launched the Scope gaming glasses with Gunnar Optiks.
This wireless mouse has more buttons than we could possibly need, but read this before buying.
More features that a cinema multiplex, and yet only £40, the Inferno is an excellent gaming mouse
Can Razer's new cut back Abyssus mouse still hack it despite its budget DNA?
A wireless gaming mouse that's portable and costs less than £30.
Thermaltake's gaming keyboard keeps your sweaty paws cool with its "inbuilt" fan!
Adjustable thumb button positioning enhance the comfort of this excellent gaming mouse.
A stripped down, more keenly priced gaming keyboard than previous Microsoft efforts.
Gaming peripheral specialist SteelSeries has taken the wraps off its last laser-driven mouse and cloth-topped mouse pad - both designed to pair with Ubisoft's R.U.S.E. RTS.
The Naos 5000 is a highly moulded gaming mouse that hugs the shape of your hand. With a maximum sensitivity of 5,040dpi and all the customisation options of a modern gaming mouse. Read on to see why it's one of the best mice we've tested to date.
The SteelSeries Xai may like like a pretty unassuming mouse, but it's packed with technology to cater for the twitchiest of twitchy gamers. Read on to see why this isn't just an IntelliMouse clone.
Thermaltake has announced the launch of a new brand - Tt eSPORTS - with a trio of gaming peripherals.
From sports to rock’n’roll, a Hall of Fame is a way to recognise brilliance. We've decided to make our own enthusiast Hall of Fame to recognise the best and brightest pieces of PC hardware - and we're also naming and shaming terrible designs in the Hut of FAIL!
CM Storm is Cooler Master's gaming wing, and the manufacturer has decided to delve into the world of gaming mice. We check out the Sentinel mouse, a veritable treasure trove of gaming widgets and customisability.
We take a look at German gaming gear manufacturer Roccat's Kova mouse, a peripheral that lets you adjust its settings without the need to add another bit of software to your system.
COMPUTEX 09: Want something to go with your new Storm chassis? How about a nice mouse with a range of mats from Cooler Master?
No it's not a typo: the Razer Mamba is a wireless gaming mouse that costs the best part of £120. Razer claims it has incorporated wireless technology that matches a wired connection for responsiveness, and if that's not enough to whet your appetite, maybe the 5,600dpi count or Rolex-style packaging will be.
Microsoft's new Sidewinder X8 mouse incorporates its BlueTrack tracking engine, which boasts speeds and specs far in excess of those of laser or optical mice. Here we delve into the technology behind the numbers, and interview Microsoft on the technology and its future.
If you're using your PC, you're almost always using your mouse, which means it's essential to have the right one. We take a look at three new gaming mice vying for your attention; one sporting Microsoft's ludicrously over-specced BlueTrack engine and another made specifically for World of Warcraft.