Play 'no matter what device' you have.
The Roccat Leadr promises to give you 'wireless without compromise' and a 'next-gen button layout', but is it any good? We find out.
Now a LaCie-brand exclusive feature.
We get our grubby mitts all over Mionix's flagship mouse, featuring an 8,200 DPI laser sensor
We take a look at the Corsair Vengeance 1400, the cheapest Vengeance headset.
Bizarre peripheral maker needs some cash.
Will Roccat's Isku FX have enough features to justifty £80 for a membrane based keyboard?
Func's £60 MS-3 gaming mouse has plenty of comfort and features but is that enough?
Qpad, newcomer to bit-tech, gives us its QH-90 headset, and it's pretty impressive.
The wonderful Vulcan hedset gets upgraded with a USB soundcard. Is it worth the extra dosh?
We strap on Ozone's latest headsets to see just how good they sound.
Thermaltake has unveiled its latest gaming mouse, the BMW-designed Level 10 M.
SteelSeries has taken the wraps off its Sensei RAW mouse, which sadly does not include a screen.
Valve's Gabe Newell has hinted that his company might be looking to branch out into the hardware business.
Ten new Portal 2 levels available exclusively to US-based owners of Razer's Hydra controller.
Comfortable, affordable and capable of brilliant sound, the Carcharias is a great gaming headset.
A great gaming headset can make the difference between games sounding boring or brilliant.
There are hundreds of keyboards out there. We highlight the best.
The G19 is the successor to the excellent G15 gaming keyboard and boasts a full-colour LCD screen, a new media key layout and a bunch of new LCD applications. Is it honestly worth the £110 price tag though, or is it all just a bit of a gimmick? We put the G19 through its paces and find out.
Activision has offered up some details of how the skateboard controller for Tony Hawk: Ride will work.
The new Tony Hawks game, Tony Hawk: Ride, will have a special skateboard peripheral for players to stand on.
EA Sports has announced it will bundle peripherals with future games, though platforms and games are still unannounced.
The Saitek Cyborg mouse certainly leaves an impression with it's unusual look and feature-packed shell. Billed as the ultimate in customisation thanks to its scroll wheel tweaks and new dynamic ergonomics, the Cyborg hopes to be the ultimate peripheral. But is it?
Qmotions has won a license from Microsoft to make official wireless peripherals for the Xbox 360, starting with a skateboard.
The Razer Lycosa is the latest board from Razer and it looks to be a corker. With a slim design and oh-so-pleasing keys, you'd be forgiven if you forgot the touch-sensitive media keys and adjustable backlight. Let's see how it fares in our hands though...
Gigabyte is set to launch its own "gaming" keyboards and mice to take on the likes of Razer.
Gaming keyboards are a love 'em or hate 'em kind of device. While many people love extra macro keys, specific WASD layouts and pseudo-cool designs, others don't. So, did we love or hate the Merc Stealth gaming keyboard? There's only one way to find out.
It's a mouse designed to emulate the feel of a gun in FPS games and it isn't going to go down well with Jack Thompson. That aside, has Zalman created a decent peripheral that increases immersion, or just a shoddy piece of half-assed tech? Find out within!
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.
Microsoft has suddenly moved back into the PC gaming input market by bringing the Sidewinder line back to life. Has the company learnt any new tricks in the last few years then, or is the Sidewinder more useless than a dead viper? There's only one way to find out for sure...
This week's forum poll questions something everyone has an opinion of: mouse mats. Are they worth it, do they give you that edge, or is your tabletop just as good at no extra cost?
Just another in a long line of pants keyboards for gamers, or a device to finally challenge the Logitech G15? We find out.
We check out the latest in the Revoltec Fight series, the Fightpad Advanced, to see if it can move us away from WASD to a dedicated gaming device.
The Fragpedal concept sounds cool - buttons for your feet - but whether it will be able to prove itself in our eyes is the real test, so let's see how it measures up.