Mad Catz is a name I'm sure almost every single one of you has heard of before. They've been making lots of gaming accessories for both PC and consoles for quite some time now. Possibly their greatest claim to fame in the PC world is their line of R.A.T. gaming mice. On August 12th Mad Catz released their TE - Tournament Edition - line of accessories to the world. These include the S.T.R.I.K.E. TE mechanical gaming keyboard, the M.M.O. TE gaming mouse and the R.A.T. TE gaming mouse. The R.A.T. TE is based off of the R.A.T. 3 but has some upgrades - the optical sensor being one. Mad Catz was kind enough to send us over a new R.A.T. TE to check out for you guys so let's get to it!
Logitech started out in the peripherals game all the way back in 1981, starting their company in the realm of mice. Over the years they have branched out into many different peripherals, some of their product lines include Harmony remote controls, Case+ phone accessories, their G gaming products, along with other mice, keyboards, webcams, PC speakers, and tablet keyboards. The G510s is the focus of our review today, and it has some tricks up it's sleeves.
Cougar is a name that a lot of people recognize for their PC cases, Fans, and Power Supply's, however not many people know that Cougar has made the move to their own line gaming hardware like Keyboards, Mice and Pads, which brings us to today's review of the Cougar 700M Gaming Mouse and Speed Pad. Cougar recently debuted their 700M gaming mouse and their Speed series mouse pads. They were kind enough to send me out 700M in black and a Speed Pad in large check out for you guys so let's get to it!
Professional gaming is a pretty interesting thing. A select few have been able to make a decent living at it and occasionally even have gaming products named after them. Such is the case with Tt eSports and their newest gaming team - Team DK. Team DK is Thermaltake's latest gaming group and Thermaltake has gone and made a collaborative set of gaming peripherals with Team DK. These include a special Team DK version of the Knucker Keyboard, Saphira mouse, Cronos headset and Pyrrhus mouse pad. Thermaltake was kind enough to send us the entire Team DK gaming bundle to check out, so sit down, strap in and let's get to it!
It seems that mechanical keyboards are all over the place these days. They’re becoming more mainstream and less expensive at the same time. Mechanical keyboards have also evolved right along with other gaming keyboards. They’ve got backlighting, a choice of multiple styles of Cherry MX switches and tons of added features. One such board is the G710+ from Logitech. They were kind enough to send one over for me to test out so let’s get to it!
The computer mouse is something that’s been around since the computer itself basically. The simple computer mouse evolved from a trackball with a single button to laser mice with multitudes of buttons, adjustable DPI, scroll wheels, LCD screens and more. The mouse we’ve got today from our good friends over at Logitech falls into the latter category. Enter the Logitech G502 Proteus Core. The Logitech G502 has 5 buttons, an unlockable scroll wheel (more on that later), adjustable DPI, adjustable weights and more.
ROCCAT is a name that hasn’t been around very long but is gaining popularity very quickly due to their extensive selection of feature-packed peripherals. I reviewed their excellent Ryos MK Glow mechanical keyboard not too long ago and I loved it. Today I’ve got their latest variant of the Ryos – the Ryos MK Pro mechanical keyboard – on the bench to check out, so let’s get to it!