Since it first arrived on the on the scene in 2007, Cougar has made a name for itself synonymous with quality peripherals. Whether its mice, fans or keyboards, if it has the Cougar name on it, you usually know what you’re getting. One option that many people overlook are the Scissor-Switch Membrane Keyboards. Sometimes called “Mechanical Feeling” keyboards, the scissor-switch membrane keyboards could be a great, more affordable option for gamers and enthusiasts alike. Today, we’re taking a look at the all new Cougar 300k scissor-switch keyboard, and we’re going to try to answer that question and see if the Cougars 300k is a viable option.
Mechanical keyboards are the mainstream keyboard peripheral nowadays. Offered in different switches, mechanical keyboards offer different actuation forces that enables you to get a different experience per switch. Hence, there's a lot of these available today and fortunately for end-users, having more options and competition in the market is always good. COUGAR also offers mechanical keyboards and we will be taking a look at their latest addition, the COUGAR Attack X3 mechanical keyboard. Follow us today as we check this out and see what offers.
As pc enthusiasts, once we find peripherals that we like, we tend to stick with them. Especially when looking for a mouse, there are many factors to take into consideration before making the decision. This is a decision that should not be taken lightly. If you’re like me, you may have multiple mice. One for gaming and one for everyday use. Whether it’s for professional use, recreational, or both, a mouse is something that you really need to just work as advertised. However, it also needs to be durable for those long days either editing video, gaming or just browsing the web. Probably the most important factor, aside from working properly, has to be comfort. The mouse you chose could be in your hand 8 or more hours every day, so it absolutely has to fit your hand just right. Today we’ll be talking a look at the Mad Catz R.A.T. Pro X and you can decide if it’s the right mouse for you.
Almost every hardware today got a version with RGB lighting on it from peripherals to motherboards and surprisingly a lot of hardware in between. Likely every mainstream PC hardware brand jumped into this bandwagon and offered hardware with RGB lighting which includes Tesoro. Tesoro's new addition in their gaming peripherals is the Sagitta Spectrum gaming mouse which does have the RGB lighting feature. Follow us today as we check it out!
Mechanical keyboards are very popular nowadays. These offer numerous advantages compared to membrane keyboards such as different actuation force and better endurance to wear and tear thus having better longevity over membrane keyboards. If you are looking for one, you might be interested in checking out the Havit HV-KB366L RGB mechanical keyboard which we will be taking a look at today. It comes with blue switches and with RGB backlighting.
A few days ago we brought you a peripheral review from G.Skill - their RipJaws SV710 gaming headset. Well we're back today with another new G.Skill peripheral - the MX780 RGB laser gaming mouse. The MX780 features tons of options to make it fit you from adjustable weights to interchangeable finger rests. Let's get to it!
Patriot Memory's new Viper line of Gaming Accessories is generating a lot of buzz from the PC gaming community. In this review we find out if the new Viper V560 Laser Gaming Mouse is all that its cracked up to be!