So, 10-bit color: It's important and new, but...what is it?
A small German company has created the world's lightest gaming mouse ever at just 23 grams in weight.
This creator control pad features 15 programmable touch panel display buttons plus two dials and four buttons. All functions are configurable via the software and can be made app-context specific.
Razer's Barracuda Pro is an excellent-sounding, understated headset with a great case. But there's more than a little room for improvement.
LG's UltraGear 48GQ900 is a 48-inch OLED gaming display with a 4K resolution and a 138Hz refresh rate.
Corsair’s HS80 RGB USB offers great audio quality, a fantastic mic, and quirky-but-comfortable design, but lacks connectivity options for non-PC gamers.
Corsair’s latest mid-range headset, the HS65 Surround, delivers excellent audio while upping comfort to new levels.
Razer Leviathan V2 sounds great and looks spectacular, Unfortunately, it only has USB-A and Bluetooth connectivity options. Its features are also tied too closely to (sometimes) messy software.
Club3D has started selling one and two meter length cables supporting the new Extended Power Range (EPR) standard which became part of USB Type-C 2.1 nearly a year ago.
Asus’ ROG Swift PG279QM packs 240 Hz, and a huge Rec.2020 color gamut into a 27-inch QHD/IPS panel. It also sports Adaptive-Sync and HDR with no need for calibration and premium performance.
Despite enthusiast features like a gasket mount design, screw-in stabilizers and QMK/VIA support, the Keychron Q3 seems unfinished compared to the company's other releases.
Monoprice brings big value in a 32-inch IPS panel with its Dark Matter 43548. It delivers 165 Hz, Adaptive-Sync and HDR for a surprisingly low price.
The Portico75 is a good value. It sounds good, feels good, and isn’t afraid to take a few chances. Its looks are divisive but there’s a lot to enjoy.
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.