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on Monday, July 2, 2012 - 2:35pm

Razer is one of the few companies that have not forgotten about the left-handed gamer. Many companies offer one maxor  two mice for those that use the opposite hand to push along the character in their favorite video game. Razer produces nine with some of them being the same model but in different colors. Around ComputexRazer announced the newest one which was the Taipan. Is it worth the $79.99 asking price? Let us find out.

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on Monday, July 2, 2012 - 12:29am

Antec is known for making great cases and solid power supplies. Today we are taking a look at a new product from Antec that is meant to help reduce eyestrain and fatigue in low light settings. If you work on your computer at night and are getting headaches from staring at the bright screen then this might be the product for you. Keep reading to find out. 

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on Tuesday, June 12, 2012 - 9:10pm

Cooler Master Sentinel Advance IICooler Master has released a new mouse which is actually an upgrade to the Sentinel Advance called the Sentinel II. The new model takes the form of the older brethren but does have a more advanced laser sensor. The new Avago maxes 8200 DPI for greater quickness and accuracy.

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on Monday, May 28, 2012 - 8:00am

When was the last time you ventured to your local PC store to take a look at the keyboards they have to offer? I have and it is an adventure within itself. The shelves were filled with numerous choices there had to be at least forty keyboards to decide from. Basic, media, wireless, wired, mini, mechanical and gaming keyboard were part of the selection. Chances are many of you enter the store with what you want already in mind especially when it comes to gaming keyboards. And if your mind is open and want to take a look at a really killer keyboard you may want to walk yourself over to the Roccat Isku. You may walk out with one.

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on Thursday, May 17, 2012 - 5:16am

Razer has been a leader in gaming peripherals since 1998 and begun right here in sunny San Diego. No conversation about mice and keyboards can go without the word Razer being thrown in several times. Mice like the Naga, DeathAdder and Mamba are or will be classics. So, if you were in the market for a smaller more mobile gaming mouse who would you call on? Razer.  And that mouse would be the Orochi. Small in size but big in performance. According to Razer anyways, so we will find out for ourselves.

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on Tuesday, May 1, 2012 - 3:46pm

Cooler Master TriggerWhat makes the Trigger different from the Pro is on the surface. The trigger has that true ‘gaming’ look and macros keys. The rugged looks makes it a true Cooler Master product. But what else is there about this keyboard to make you want to buy it? Read on to find out.

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on Tuesday, April 3, 2012 - 5:53am

Cooler Master Quick Fire ProOne thing the QuickFire was missing was the 10-key pad that many of us are so use to having. It also has the Cherry MX Blue switches which I loved even with it click noise when pressing the keys in and the lower resistance when pressing keys. The new QuickFire Pro is a totally different keyboard as it employs brown switch which we will get into later and a plus a 10-key pad. My excitement is already building so lets get into this.