Welcome to the age of keyboard and mouse Xbox One gaming. As of yesterday’s update, players can, should they wish, play several games without having to resort to some plebeian console controller. If you couldn’t stand Warframe, Fortnite or War Thunder without a pointer and keys, now is your time.
I love PC gaming. I love the color pink. I’ve spent years trying to bring those two loves together for a desktop threesome. Razer’s Quartz line made it happen.
Overwatch’s D.Va gets her own set of gaming gear. Razer’s decked out its Abyssus Elite gaming mouse and Goliathus mouse mat in pink, blue and black, and created a new MEKA gaming headset to bring it all together. The mouse and pad are available now, with the headset coming later this year.
I’ve been reviewing Razer accessories and hardware for ages, and aside from the odd license tie-in and those rainbow headsets, they’ve mostly had one thing in common—they’ve been black. Well now we’ve got the Mercury line, so bright and white they look like the restless spirits of real Razer products.
E3 isn’t just about new games. It’s also about new headsets, keyboards, mice, controllers, speakers and storage solutions. Let’s take a look at some of the coolest new hardware announced during the show.
A good trackball is hard to find. That wasn’t always the case, but in today’s world of super-high DPI mice, quality sphere-based pointing devices aren’t easy to come by. Don’t worry, I found one.
In case you were feeling somehow short on online content to consume today, here is a video of Tocen clicking a mouse one million times. It took him 17.5 hours to do, and he filmed the whole thing.
Just because you’re playing a console game doesn’t mean you have to use a console controller. Hori’s Tactical Assault Commander (TAC) Pro brings streamlined PC controls to the PlayStation 4 and 3, just in time for first-person shooter season.
Today Logitech G reveals its new Prodigy series of gaming accessories, two mice, a keyboard and a headset designed with the goal to be “gaming gear made exclusively for everyone.”
What’s the main thing you look at while PC gaming? Besides the monitor. And the keyboard. And the random things on your desk. And the window near your desk. And the ceiling. That’s right—your mouse. That’s why SteelSeries put a small OLED screen on theirs, I guess.
Over the years, Kotaku has seen its share of gaming mouses (mice?). But if buttons alone are anything to go by, this latest one from Elecom sure looks impressive. And button-y!
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.
5 mice enter. One mouse leaves.
The choice is yours and yours alone.
As promised last week, Mad Catz has drawn back the curtain on its new line of mobile peripherals, each (well, not the headset) featuring its fancy GameSmart technology to ensure compatibility across a wide range of mobile devices. If it supports Bluetooth Smart (and it should), your mobile jam could be enhanced by a…
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,…
Guild Wars 2 launches in the wee hours of the morning tomorrow, and I am almost completely prepared. I've got my collector's edition. I've got my caffeine. I've got SteelSeries' gorgeous mouse and headset combo. Let me tell you about those last two before performing an emergency formatting of my hard drive and then…
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.