We’ve looked at a couple of gaming chairs over the last 12 months, one of the stands out new companies to market is noblechairs, a brand that has spent considerable time at making chairs that look professional - moving away from the usual “gamer look” that can be a little…
We’ve reviewed a lot of the Alienware machines at this point but the Alienware Area-51 R6 is one of the most powerful machines you can own for gaming but does have a hefty price tag to match. It’s a nice looking machine, following the same design trends as the other…
The Dell XPS 27 is the latest All in One from Dell but with a newer processor, AMD’s latest graphics card and a whole host of other features including decent audio and a 4K touch panel display. The design of the XPS 27 is the same as the previous generation…
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…
Gamers, especially those familiar with PC gaming, know the importance of good peripherals. Whether this be a keyboard, a mouse, a headset or even a mouse mat, everyone will have a preference that suits their gaming needs. Razer have long been known for creating high-end and well-designed gaming mice and…
Any serious gamer knows that nothing is more important than your gaming peripherals, with this in mind here is Razer's Naga Molten! The mouse has a total of 17 buttons, 12 of which sit on the left hand side of the mouse for easy thumb access.These 12 buttons are fully…
Sensei vs Sensei[RAW] The first thing to note is that there are two technical versions of the Sensei mouse the original comes with more features but a higher price and the [RAW] has a couple extra features stripped but comes at a lower price. To see what is more beneficial…
SteelSeries are well known around the world for delivering high quality gaming products which are aimed towards gamers. This normally means the price tag for gaming gear is always at the higher end of the scale, making gamers always want to know how good a peripheral is before they attempt…