Posts Tagged: "Gaming"

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SteelSeries Siberia Elite Gaming Headset Review

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Some things on this often-impractical mudball rarely make sense. The oxymoron that is reality TV is among these. Hats for dogs come to mind. Oh and the complete dearth of acclaim the gaming peripheral company SteelSeries receives here in the U.S. We’ve looked at a few SteelSeries jewels in the...

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Viewsonic VX2252mh 22″ Full HD LED Display Review

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iewsonic hasn’t been sitting on their hands by just turning out quality monitors: they’ve realized that there’s more gamers playing on computers than ever. So that’s where the VX2252mh 22″ Full HD LED Display comes in: to provide a view for making gaming even more visual. The physical chassis sports...

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Feel the Sound With Woojer, A Personal Subwoofer

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Why settle for just hearing your favorite tunes when you can feel it! The Kickstarter campaign for Woojer does just that! It’s a wearable subwoofer that’s as small as a matchbox that you wear. You’ll be able to feel the vibrations as you hear the music. And the cool thing...

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Logitech G602 Wireless Gaming Mouse Review

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or the briefest of moments rumors sprung forth that Logitech was planning to abandon their successful commitment to gaming and cease production of their sought-after gaming line of PC peripherals. Thankfully such blasphemy never came to pass. The truth seemed more akin to a re-envisioning. This is probably why the...

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Tt eSPORTS VOLOS Gaming Mouse Review

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have fondled a lot of rodents in my time. Like most things in life, the majority of the ones tested travel the road of mediocrity–with a smattering of excellence on one end and subpar offerings on the other. We’ve come to appreciate the stellar performance of the more humble offerings...

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Cross Plane Wants To Play Any Game On The Smaller Screen

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Gaming is a couch-based activity, but the problem is that it takes up all of your television. Increasingly, this is a problem, at least if advertising for the Wii U and Nvidia Shield is to be believed. But there is hope, and you can find it on Kickstarter! “Portable” Gaming...