Dell has quite an impressive line-up of gaming laptops and pcs which can offer decent gaming specs for a price that won’t break the bank. With Alienware though, the Inspiron range is in the middle ground as to be affordable but not cross the line where Alienware sits. This is…
Corsair at CES 2018 announced a new range of wireless mice, keyboard and other peripherals powered by their unplug and play wireless technology. The new range includes the K63 Wireless Mechanical Keyboard, K63 Wireless Gaming Lapboard, DARK CORE RGB Wireless Gaming Mouse, and MM1000 Qi Wireless Charging Mouse Pad. The wireless charging…
VR is currently the in technology with the HTC Vive, Oculus and the PlayStation VR taking a lot of interest of many different types of gamers. More companies are getting involved with the likes of Samsung and even Nokia at one stage. Google first released the Daydream View headset at…
Mad Catz is back again after it closed its doors over 9 months again and is under new management, looking to bring in new ideas and new products to the gaming space. We couldn’t be more excited than to begin 2018 by announcing the return of Mad Catz to the…
The Google Home Mini is Google’s auxiliary device for your smart home automation and a companion for the already available Google Home. It’s an affordable, small speaker which is connected to the AI platform Google Assistant. This allows you to ask it a range of different questions from “What’s the…
OFM has officially kickstarted their entry in the Gaming Furniture business with their new line of gaming chairs under the name of RESPAWN. RESPAWN is aiming to create a line of products that are accessible from a range of price points, without sacrificing any comfort or features. Today we'll be…
The Google Pixel 2 XL is a phone to be impressed with from Google a company who has only recently delved into making smartphones. Having spent a lot more time on the software through the Android system, Google has made a pretty refined phone for just their second iteration of…
After many many years of making custom PCs and laptops, Alienware has decided to descend into the high-end gaming peripherals market with their AW958 Elite Gaming Mouse and the recently reviewed Alienware AW768 Elite Gaming Keyboard. The Alienware mouse is pretty standard in terms of design and has a few…
Black Friday is not here yet but with only a short time to wait, UK retailers across the country are sending out some of their best deals and discounts out early. Dell is no different with plenty of savings across their entire range from normal PCs, to gaming machines, laptops…
Alienware has released a lot of new gear recently, with their Alienware Aurora R6 gaming desktop PC and their Alienware 17 R4 gaming laptop. New to the mix though is a range of gaming peripherals that are looking to compete against companies like Razer, SteelSeries and ROCCAT. As they usually…
SteelSeries has announced today a Bluetooth headset for their Arctis range, the Arctis 3 Bluetooth gaming headset. What is it? A Bluetooth gaming headset with simultaneous audio. When is it out? Release date: Out Now. What will it cost? $130 US, £134.99 UK You will be able to connect the Arctis 3 Bluetooth to a…
SecretLab’s gaming chair is slightly different than your usual gaming or office chair, they’re selling point is aimed at the larger gamer. Now, I’ve spoken about the importance of gaming chairs in my other chair reviews, something I feel is left as a last thought but is definitely coming more…
What is the ViewSonic XG2703-GS QHD G-Sync Monitor? ViewSonic’s latest monitor the XG2703-GS QHD is G-Sync enabled which allows you to get lag-free gaming from your Nvidia compatible PC but it does come at a price, exactly that, a higher price. In this review, we will look to see if that…
What is the Alienware Aurora? Alienware has a reputation for high-end, powerful gaming laptops but not always for their desktop machines which can go under the radar. The Alienware Aurora is the combination of power, compact design but also price with it not looking to break the bank too much. The…
The Razer Lancehead is a new high-end, ambidextrous gaming mouse from Razer that comes in two different options. The first which we reviewed is the wireless version has the ability to switch between both wired and wireless. The Tournament Edition only comes as a wired option but has a cheaper…
Razer has been bringing out a decent set of keyboards recently, with the Razer Ornata that is currently being used to type up this review and now the next line of the Chroma series the Black Widow Chroma V2. Like the previous iterations of the BlackWidow comes with all the…
Secretlab which was founded in 2015 in Singapore has announced their official UK launch with the range of their gaming chairs. Secretlab has moved across the globe from Asia to Australia and the US finally making their way into the United Kingdom, each move driven by the customer demand as 80% of their…
The original Kraken was a stable headset for many gamers but the mid-range headset designed for eSports was at an affordable price for the gamer who is looking above the budget headset line. The Kraken V2 as the name suggests improves upon its sibling with 50mm drivers and a move…
Growing up in the era of the PlayStation (One) and original Xbox, third-party controllers have a pretty bad rep in the past. Usually they have been cheap to buy but also cheaply made, making the official controller’s standout amazing. The Razer Raiju, on the other hand, is not cheap to…
Insomnia is just over a week away, the UK's largest gaming festival's summer LAN and expo starts on the 24th of August and there are a lot of notable brands heading there to show off their gaming gear. A long time staple of the Insomnia LAN series are Razer, who…
Dell is well known for their XPS gaming laptops and the Alienware range which sits under the main Dell corporate umbrella but it's not a brand that many always think of when it comes to monitors. Focusing on style and visuals, they have a wide range of different displays to…