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ProClockers is constantly looking for the best gaming accessories to go along with the best gaming hardware when we want to build a new gaming rig. We have already reviewed tons of gaming peripherals like gaming mice and gaming keyboards, so we will be filling up this section with those reviews and new gaming accessory reviews we have coming in these days like gaming chairs, gaming controllers, and VR gaming accessories.

Posted by Damon Bailey
on Friday, November 8, 2019 - 8:00am
Autonomous Smart Desk 2 Home Office

The standing desk has been quite the phenomenon the last few years in big corporate offices in search of better ergonomics and increased productivity. Thanks to Autonomous, those benefits can come home with you as well. The Autonomous SmartDesk 2 Home office offers the customizable quality you are used to at work, adjustable height for perfect ergonomics, superior build quality, and home office friendly aesthetic and size options. Give your home office the lift you deserve!

Posted by James Keir
on Thursday, October 24, 2019 - 8:00am
Thermaltake Level 20 RGB Gaming Mouse Pad

When building your ultimate gaming PC, you carefully plan out each piece of hardware to be able to perform at your best. One of the often-overlooked elements of your gaming build is a quality mouse pad. A quality mouse pad can be the difference between that perfect headshot or missing that clutch flick. Thermaltake’s Level 20 RGB Gaming Mouse Pad hopes to be your secret weapon with special optimized surface providing superb accuracy, special non-slip rubber base to ensure the Level 20 RGB mouse pad will never slip and add a little pop to your desk with an illuminated border. Since the Level 20 RGB mouse pad lands itself in the premium category, it’s a little pricier than your everyday mouse pad with an MSRP around $55.

Posted by Damon Bailey
on Monday, October 21, 2019 - 8:00am
Autonomous Kinn Chair

We spend a lot of time covering computer components and peripherals here at Pro Clockers to help you get the most out of your machine, much of the modern world revolves around them. Whether you are working, playing, paying bills or going to school, you probably spend a fair amount of your time seated at a computer. Ergonomics is something all of us have heard about, but not enough people actually practice. When you think about ergonomics at the computer, some of those crazy shaped keyboards probably come to mind, but ergonomics should apply to more than just your hands and Autonomous has the answer for the rest of your body. Today we are happy to Introduce the new Kinn Chair from Autonomous! The Kinn Chair uses nature-inspired technology to bring you the perfect blend of long-lasting ergonomics and comfort. Whether you are grinding through long hours to the finish line on a big work project or sitting in the middle of a marathon gaming session, the Kinn Chair is always supportive. Let’s check it out! 

Posted by James Keir
on Tuesday, July 16, 2019 - 8:00am
Cooler Master GS750

Many gamers and PC users all have a common problem, keeping their desk area tidy. It's easy for it to get cluttered with items such as your headset and mobile device. Cooler Master hopes to help alleviate this problem with their new product: the GS750. The GS750 features a Qi wireless charging pad to eliminate the need for a charging cable as well as an aluminum headset stand with built-in cable management. In addition to these features, it also sports 2 x USB 3.0 ports, 3.5mm audio/microphone jack, RGB lighting, and onboard 7.1 surround sound. For a headset stand packed full of features, the GS750 remains affordable at an MSRP of $79.99.

Posted by Mike Holsapple
on Tuesday, April 30, 2019 - 8:00am
Tt eSPORTS Draconem RGB Touch Edition mousepad

Having never used a premium mouse pad before, I never knew what I was missing. Being able to glide my mouse over the smooth plastic surface made gameplay seem easier. Quick movements while playing an FPS were a breeze as I felt no resistance from the mouse pad. With accents of RGB around the entire mousepad, it even looks good while using it. The Tt eSPORTS Draconem RGB Touch Edition mousepad has all of those features and then some.  With a state-of-the-art biometric FIDO certified Touch ID System, you can log in to PC systems, access webpages and more. 

Posted by James Keir
on Monday, January 7, 2019 - 2:00pm
Corsair Mice and MM350

When trying to get that competitive edge against your opponent, great peripherals are key. Corsair is starting 2019 with a bang with its new line of mice coupled with a premium mouse mat. Corsair starts their new lineup of products with the MM350 anti-fray mouse mat with its glide-enhance woven surface and battle-worn graphic. The MM350 comes in 2 sizes: X-Large (450mm x 400mm) or Extended XL (930mm x 400mm) with a MSRP of $24.99 and $39.99. Regardless of your grip and/or wired vs wireless preferences, Corsair has you covered with its 3 new mice: the Ironclaw RGB ($59.99), Harpoon RGB Wireless ($49.99), and M65 RGB Elite ($69.99). If you like a large mouse, then the Ironclaw RGB might be for you. It designed and sculpted for larger hands and is coupled with 7 programmable buttons and an 18000 DPI sensor. Want to free yourself from that pesky wire? Corsair has answered your call with the Harpoon RGB Wireless, which promises up to 60 hours of wireless gameplay. Finally, if you require complete control over the weight and DPI of your mouse, they have the M65 RGB Elite. The M65 RGB Elite is built on a lightweight aluminum frame with a customizable removable weights and comes with an innovative sniper button to quickly adjust your DPI when you're looking for that perfect headshot. 

Posted by Eddie
on Thursday, August 30, 2018 - 8:00am
Corsair MM800 RGB Polaris Mouse Pad

For the past several years the computer industry has seen a huge influx of computer accessories and all things RGB, right down to the least thought of item, well until now the mouse pad.  Ever since computers made its mark the mouse always required a pad to work well.  Only then it was about 1 dollar. Now we have seen pads ranging from $1 to about $75 and change. Pads ranging in all sorts of surfaces, from rubber to plastic, to all shapes and sizes. The mouse pad has indeed evolved from what was your once looked over rubber piece of litter, to now an illuminated racetrack for your sky’s-the-limit laser guided speed hungry RGB Mouse. 


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