A 49-inch, 32:9 curved panel is no joke when it comes to gaming.
XPG’s Summoner features a comfortable wrist rest and handy volume knob and comes in your choice of three Cherry MX key switches.
Solidly built and finished to a very high standard for the price, the new Scimitar offers a comfortable MOBA/MMO mouse with a lot of macro buttons. It won’t translate well to other genres, though.
MSI’s Optix MAG161V boasts an attractive design with impressive port and customization options. But its dim panel doesn’t deal with glare well, and its origami stand is a pain.
The HyperX Pulsefire Raid has a bounty of customization options and lightweight construction, but middling durability and subpar software are compromises that limit its appeal.
Sharkoon's Light² 200 gets its name from the idea that lighter than light = Light², and the mouse is indeed very light at just 2.29 ounces.
If you're willing to overlook a less-than-stellar cable, you'd be hard-pressed to find a better entry-level gaming mouse than the SteelSeries Rival 3.
The AOC Q27G2U and CQ27G2U gaming monitors will arrive with 144Hz VA panels and high 3,000:1 contrast ratios.
Glorious PC Gaming Race's Glorious Model D RGB gaming mouse weighs just 0.15 pounds and starts at $50.
The addition of a Razer Focus+ optical sensor makes this a worthy option for gamers who don’t need a bunch of whiz-bang features to appreciate a well-performing mouse.
Cherry Viola is a budget mechanical switch. The hope is to compete with membrane and other budget keyboards under $100.
From a mouse bungee, to mousemat, to headphone stand, to desk, to peripherals and more TTs hitting CES hard with a big revamp of some of its major peripheral lines.
The Nreal Light MR glasses offer a familiar, yet wild, experience by displaying native Android apps in AR at 1,000 nits.