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Budget in price, mainstream in aspiration.
We take a look back at the best and most interesting hardware launches from 2015
This new keyboard from CM Storm offers customisable lighting and macros without any software
CM Storm's previous effort at in-ear headphones was good - now there's a new model
Need a gaming keyboard and mouse but have a tight budget? Check out the CM Storm Octane bundle
The Trigger Z features Cherry MX Brown switches and loads of customisation
CM Storm be official game peripheral supplier to Jagex Games Studio
If you're not keen on membrane or mechanical keyboards, the NovaTouch TKL might be for you
We check our CM Storm's in-ear earphones which sport an adjustable bass
Seven-colour lighting its main feature.
The Quick Fire Rapid-I is a Tenkeyless mechanical keyboard with programmable backlighting
Capacitive, rather than mechanical.
CM Storm matches PC and console support with a raft of features
The QuickFire TK is a basic, 105-key mechanical keyboard that costs just £65
Cooler Master's latest mechanical keyboard is compact and stealthy.
Swaps the Rapid's cursor keys for the Pro's number pad.
Cooler Master release their follow up to the Scout. Has it improved on that case's shortcomings?
CM Storm looks to go one better than the Asus Vulcan, sporting true 5.1 surround speakers
CM Storm looks to take the LAN party market by, erm, storm with the Trooper case.
Can the CM Storm Enforcer stamp its authority on our thermal test kit or is it a pushover?
This mouse is designed especially for those who use a 'claw' grip to hold onto their mice.
More features that a cinema multiplex, and yet only £40, the Inferno is an excellent gaming mouse
We chat with Cooler Master about its future and also get hands-on with the latest HAF
October 14 2021 | 15:04
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