Last year, I reviewed a Roccat keyboard and it wasn't the greatest. Let's see if this year things get any better.
I would play PC games in the living room all day long if I could just find a comfortable, no-compromise solution for mouse and keyboard placement. Perhaps Roccat's Sova will do the trick.
It's a double-feature PC hardware review this evening, as I take a look at not one but two of Roccat's latest offerings, the ISKU FX kedyboard and the Savu gaming mouse.
It's hard to describe the benefits and drawbacks of a specific gaming mouse, in many ways. Certainly, I can discuss whether the drivers work, whether the buttons work, whether any programming is intuitive and whether the product works as advertised—and in a moment, I will. The biggest problem with describing a mouse,…
The mouse and keyboard are the sword and shield of the PC gamer, an alliance of hardware bent on game domination. They're both integral to the PC gaming experience, but rarely are they built to play together. There are plenty of matched sets, but rarely does their synergy extend beyond outward appearances.
What would you pay for a PC gaming accessory that could monitor your PC temperature, control program-specific volume levels, display your instant messages and juggle custom-made shortcut keys without taking you out of the game?