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NZXT's Function mechanical keyboards bring hot-swappable switches to the mainstream market in three sizes. They also offer lots of customization, but that gets quite expensive.
Want a gaming keyboard with programmable keys, useful software, and lag-free wireless performance? The Redragon Vishnu K596 might be the budget gaming keyboard you’re looking for.
The Lepow C2 is light on features, but it gets the basics right at an affordable price of around $200.
We put Team Group's new T-Force Cardea A440 Pro and Special Series SSDs though our rigorous SSD testing regimen.
The Lenovo Yoga 9i (Gen 7) is a slim, 14-inch convertible with a 12th Gen Intel Core P series CPU and a design that will let it fit just about anywhere.
The HyperX Cloud Flight Wireless delivers comfort and over 30 hours of battery life. But the headset is strictly for PC and PlayStation consoles.
ViewSonic has managed to cram some excellent features, functionality and performance into the VX1755 at the $299 price point.
The Andaseat Phantom 3 is compact and comfortable, easy to use, very straightforward to assemble and has more of an office chair look and feel that allows it to blend into more spaces.
The humble barcode is an amazing form of input, and the latest HAT from SB Components takes advantage of it for our Raspberry Pi projects.
The Asus ROG Strix XG16AHPE is a 15.6-inch portable gaming monitor with a 144 Hz refresh rate and Nvidia G-Sync compatibility.
The Prime Mini from Steelseries comes very close to being an ultralight gaming mouse for everyone, but some design choices may not be to everyone’s taste.
The MSI Aegis ZS is an AMD-based gaming rig with decent performance at a reasonable price, and you can upgrade it down the line.