The Angry Miao Cyberboard R3 is more of a piece of art than it is an everyday mechanical keyboard.
The Wooting two HE is neat and is fun to tinker with, but it is just another gaming keyboard on certain titles.
The eMeet Jupiter webcam is your typical jank camera from a small company you’ve barely heard of, but it’s not priced to match.
Corsair’s first-ever gaming monitor is the Xeneon 32QHD165. It’s a 32-inch QHD, IPS screen with 165 Hz, Adaptive-Sync, HDR and the largest color gamut we’ve ever seen.
The Dell S271DS 1440p monitor has a surprising amount of color and even FreeSync for casual gamers, but sometimes the image looks washed out.
A barebones keyboard kit with a premium price, the Glorious GMMK Pro has lots of high-end features, but awful stabilizers make it a hard sell.
The Logitech G435 gives you lightweight wireless flexibility at a price more in line with wired gaming headsets. But don't expect miracles from the mic or drivers.
The latest vulnerability in SteelSeries software lets you gain admin access without the need for a SteelSeries peripheral. All you need is physical access.
The SteelSeries Arctis Prime is notable for bringing some premium features to a comfortably priced gaming headset but also notably leaves some things out.
The Epomaker NT68 65% wireless mechanical keyboard has Bluetooth connectivity and impressive battery life but needs better keycaps and software.
Once named Project Hazel, Razer renamed their smart mask, giving it the name Zephyr, and they want you to try it.