ADATA are no stranger to ram that looks a little more "gaming-esque" than other manufacturers such as their new XPG Dazzle, the XPG Z1 is no different. They design has a faux carbon fiber logo with angled red anodized heat sinks. ADATA's XPG Z1 8GB sticks are pretty decent DDR4-3000 but 8GB…
In a recent interview, the head of Nintendo, Tatsumi Kimishima, has explained a bit more about the Nintendo Switch's online services and how you can upgrade them. The upgrades will most likely be applicable to the multiplayer online titles and downloads and will have an annual fee of 2,000 yen…
The Siberia 800 was one of the first wireless headsets from SteelSeries and the predecessor to the recently reviewed Siberia 840. Like the 840 in every way but without the Bluetooth connectivity we decided to look back now it has dropped in price to see if it is worth considering…
It’s no secret that Razer have been making products for gamers for a long time now, keyboards and mice are obviously essential to any PC gamer’s setup, but the headset is often overlooked as an important part of any gamer’s arsenal. So, let’s take a look at Razer’s Kraken Pro…
The Epson EH-TW9300W 4K home cinema projector is the highest in their recent range of UHD displays designed for the top enthusiasts to create a cinema or epic games room at home. Much like the recently reviewed EH-TW7300 we looked at, a lot of the specifications are the same but the…
One of Nintendo’s largest shortcomings is their misunderstanding of their audience; this was proven by the Wii U, a console that played it way too safe and in the end became a sore spot for the company. Couple this with a misunderstanding of brands and a control scheme which, according…
ADATA have been in the ram game for sometime and have brought out a range of different sticks for a variety of budgets, rigs and needs. The Adata XPG Dazzle 16GB DDR4-2400 dual channel ram kits are evenly priced on the market for performance vs cost. Gamers who are venturing away…
SteelSeries has been focusing a lot more on the eSports gamer recently with M500 keyboard that has been designed to be eSports friendly in size but still pack a punch when needed in game. You could also look at the Rival 700 with its OLED screen designed to show you…
Corsair are a solid name within the PC peripheral market, they rub shoulders with the likes on Intel pretty comfortably. So it's no surprise that with the new Intel chipsets and 7th Generation processors coming out later this year, that Corsair are preparing themselves for another leap forward in PC…
Razer have a history of challenging the norm of what we expect from our gaming peripherals, from the number buttons on the side of a mouse on the Razer Naga, to standalone keypads which act as the left side of a keyboard by itself with the Orbweaver, Razer always look…
Razer has been in the laptop game for a while now and have recently updated their Blade range with the new Razer Blade GTX 1060 which comes with either a 14 inch QHD screen or Full HD screen. The Razer Blade 2016 model is their mid-tier version which includes the…
The SteelSeries 840 Bluetooth wireless headset is the bigger brother of the previously released SteelSeries Siberia 800 headset. The biggest difference between the two is that the 840 adds bluetooth connectivity that the 800 lacked to be a all round headset. Much like the 800, it is designed to work…
The last ten years have seen corsair release a flourish of amazing PSU’s, each one after the other becoming better and more powerful. Not only is it their tenth year of selling PSU’s but then have also sold over ten million of them. Because of this extraordinary feat corsair are…
The Epson EH-TW7300 projector is one of their latest mid-range projectors that has the ability to output a 4K Ultra HD picture, it is also able to use a faux pixel shift mode to create an 3840 x 2160 image from its 1080p chip. The TW7300 can also support HDR technology,…
Mice are one third of the holy trinity for PC gaming peripherals. Check out our gift guide below so you can pick the perfect mouse for the gamer in your house.
LucidSound might not be your common household name yet like Razer or SteelSeries for gaming headsets but if the LS-20 does as well as our review of the LS-30's, then we can expect to see much more great things come out of them as a hardware manufacturer. The LS-20 are much…
Gaming audio has gone from strength to strength in recent years, more gamers these days are looking for more than just earbuds for their sound experience when playing video games. This is partly due to the fact of next-gen consoles and big budget titles are bringing in famous composers, musicians…
Zowie are a brand more commonly known for their high-quality gaming mice which have been used in games like counter-strike almost as long as Counter-Strike has been competitive. Similarly, BenQ has been known in the competitive gaming world for their high refresh rate, low delay monitors. So, when BenQ acquired…
BENQ’s GL2706PQ 27 inch LED monitor is an ideal mix for general home use and casual gaming, if you don’t plan on performance in terms of refresh rates that many pro gamers will be looking for. It is a 2K resolution monitor to give you bit of an upgrade to…
ADATA is a household name to anyone who has ever saved a file on a computer, from USBs to external hard drives and SSDs, they are always pushing boundaries to improve how we save and store data on our computers. Now ADATA have released the latest in their line of…
Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare is really close to its release, in fact it’s just over a week away. In light of this, the minimum requirements have been posted on the game’s official Steam Store page. People have been waiting with anticipation to find out what you’ll need to run…