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.
LG's UltraGear 48GQ900 is a 48-inch OLED gaming display with a 4K resolution and a 138Hz refresh rate.
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.
The Asus ROG Strix Scope NX and RX TKL Wireless Deluxe keyboards offer USB, RF 2.4 GHz (dongle) and Bluetooth connections. Fast paced games work best with the first two options.
Razer has updated its 60% gaming keyboard with its analog optical switches for executing slick multi-step commands and the smoothest WASD gaming movements.
Alienware's AW3423DW is one of the industry's first QD-OLED displays that offers accurate colors, 175Hz, G-Sync.
Elgato has released an unexpected entry into its Stream Deck range, bringing a highly configurable triple trigger pedal to creatives, gamers and hobbyists.
The "Crazy Small Wheel" is designed for mouse-wheel type UI scrolling using your foot. This driver-less input device connects via USB-C and is demonstrated being used in Excel and GarageBand.
LG's sleek dual-monitor in a box setup is hugely adaptable and aims to help you speed comfortably through a working day.
DeepCool expands to peripherals with KG722 keyboard and mg510 mouse, alongside new sub-$100 cases, the CK560 and CK500.
Specialty controllers like flight sticks can be hard to find cheap, at least if you’re not willing to skimp on quality. With these new additions to its Dark Matter line, Monoprice might change that.
Hyte's new Y60 PC case has a three-sided glass panel. The company also brought new peripherals to CES, with the keeb SR65 keyboard and eclipse HG10 headset.
Razer's Zephyr Pro mask adds the voice amplification that was missing in the original, but starts at a pricey $149.99.