Corsair launches Sabre RGB gaming mice
Choice of LED or laser engines.
Researchers have demonstrated a laser-based storage system that could push data onto a humble hard drive at terabit speeds.
Intel has announced a milestone in its optical computing research: a 50Gb/s single-fibre system.
A California-based startup is claiming that its Laser Phosphor Displays - which offer higher viewing angles, better contrast, and no motion blur - represent the future.
New South Wales has become the latest part of Australia to ban high-powered laser pointers, with punishments of up to fourteen years in prison for transgressors.
We got two Christmas presents from SteelSeries this year - the new SP gaming mousemat and the much-hyped Ikari gaming mouse. What better way to start the new year than to take them both for a spin and see how they hold up.
IBM is developing a technology that will use light to replace some of the electrical circuits in CPUs.
A team of Australian scientists have discovered that laser printers can be harmful to your health.
A new player will be arriving on the HDTV scene come the end of 2007. The laser TV boasts better quality, lower energy requirements and will come in at under half the price of current plasma televisions.
We have three quite different laser mice from Microsoft, Logitech and Razer, along with a couple of mice mats designed with gamers in mind. Which combination will be the fragger's new best friend?
Landed in the office this week - a wireless laser notebook mouse, a Sennheiser gaming headset, a UPS that fits in a 5.25" bay and a Skype phone.
Are you looking for the perfect gaming mouse? Razer think they have it, with the new Copherhead. It's a laser mouse, it's got 7 buttons, and onboard RAM. Will it deliver the fragging goods? We find out.
There's a new gaming mouse in town - the LM6000. We've got the skinny on the technology, and also the latest on Xbox 360 controllers on the PC.