Cherry announced at CES that its long-running G80-3000 keyboard will be available with both MX Silent Red and MX Silent Black switches.
Lenovo had a non-working prototype of its merged reality VR HMD on display at CES. Here's what we know and don't know about the device so far.
The ergonomic Obsidia sort of looks like it forces you into a claw grip, but you can actually rest your hand on the mouse.
Eye tracking is a promising tech for all manner of XR HMDs. Now it works with Qualcomm's VR820 platform.
Speedlink, a German company heretofore relatively unknown in North America, is adding to its lineup of gaming peripherals with the (rather unfortunately-named) Omnivi gaming mouse.
At CES, Zotac will join the small but growing troupe of companies selling external graphics docks. We think.
At WinHEC, Microsoft detailed a range of specs and features we can expect to see on the incoming wave of mainstream-level VR HMDs from OEMs such as Acer, Asus, Dell, HP, and Lenovo.
Zeiss is planning to use Dacuda's inside-out tracking on its VR Plus One HMD, even as the latter group announced improvements to its technology.
VicoVR's positional and full-body tracking VR peripheral for mobile devices is done and arriving soon.
Asus announced full specs and details of its external GPU dock, the XG Station 2. It's coming early in 2017, but there's still no word on price. (Read: It's going to cost a lot.)
It’s been a long road for 3DRudder, the company that makes a VR foot controller of the same name, but its initial product is now available for purchase. It costs $179.
We spoke with Lance Madsen, founder of Aimpad, about analog keyboard switches and how they can change the game.
Bitfenix is the latest to announce a new case, the Shogun, with tempered glass panels. It also has RGB lighting strips for the SSDs, because why not.
In a video, we explore what Hall Effect keyboard switches are, how they work, and why they're in some ways preferable to standard mechanical switches.
A keyboard with Hall Effect switches is coming, thanks in no small part to the efforts of one keyboard enthusiast and the support of the community.
G.Skill has quietly put up a product page for a Cherry MX Speed Silver version of its KM570 keyboard.