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Corsair HS75 XB Wireless Review

Corsair HS75 XB Wireless Review

Corsair’s latest gaming headset is an undeniably impressive proposition. From the premium look of its metallic grills to the pleasingly ‘clickity clack’ scroll of its volume-wheel, this is a headset that justifies the undeniably steep price tag. As a gaming headset it’s hard to fault, made an even better value proposition by its surprisingly impressive […]

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Roccat Kone Pro

Roccat Kone Pro

The Roccat Kone Pro is the chunky lightweight mouse to beat thanks to a great price, smart looks, unique lighting array, and deep, satisfying mechanical click. Its limited lighting options are a little disappointing these days and you’re going to need some software clutter to dial in your settings, but this mouse gets the feel […]

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Razer BlackWidow V3 Mini

Razer BlackWidow V3 Mini

The Razer BlackWidow V3 Mini is an excellent wireless keyboard for gamers and regular PC users working in tight spaces. The Yellow Switch version we tested is blissfully responsive and offers excellent, near latency-free wireless connectivity. The only serious downside is that the Chroma lighting can seriously impede battery life. Pros Excellent build quality on […]

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Asus ROG Gladius III

Asus ROG Gladius III

For those who like a fair bit of customisation, both physically and through software, the Gladius III is a great option. What’s more, the fact it comes with a 19,000 DPI sensor and a 79g weight mean it’s a mouse that competitive gamers should love. This is backed up by that zero-latency wired connection that […]

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Logitech G Pro X Superlight Wireless

Logitech G Pro X Superlight Wireless

Logitech has delivered an incredibly precise gaming mouse with an absurd 63g footprint, making it one of the best choices for serious competitive gamers looking to cut the cord and upgrade. With a handy software suite and a terrific PTFE glide, even with that price tag, the G Pro X Superlight is providing serious bang […]

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Kingston Workflow Station

Kingston Workflow Station

A fast and powerful modular card reader, the Kingston Workflow Station is ideal for anyone that works on projects that require lots of different memory cards and external storage. Pros FlexibleFast transfersModules can be use standalone Cons Expensive Availability UKRRP: £93.79 Introduction Pro photographers trying to manage workflow and a range of memory cards will […]

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Anker PowerConf C300

Anker PowerConf C300

Featuring AI tracking and software, the Anker PowerConf C300 goes beyond what most webcams provide. High-quality video and the ability to switch between solo and group use also make this model hugely flexible and a good choice for smaller conference rooms. It’s a touch expensive compared to rivals, so if your needs are more basic […]

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EPOS H3

EPOS H3

The EPOS H3 gaming headset may not be breaking the mould in the same way as its wireless little brothers, but it still offers gamers a quality, classic-feeling headset. While the lack of a detachable mic prevents it from being a truly excellent all-rounder headset, its impressively wide soundscape, powerful low-end and brilliant mic quality […]

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Roccat Pyro

Roccat Pyro

The Roccat Pyro represents incredible value for money. Thanks to its decent linear switches, sturdy build, and sharp lighting, this is one of the best gaming keyboards I’ve tested in a while. However, for the more seasoned gamers willing to spend more, the higher-end products from Razer and Steelseries may just suit a smidgen better. […]

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Omen Blast Gaming Headset

Omen Blast Gaming Headset

The Omen Blast Gaming Headset is a high-priced gaming headset that not only delivers great gaming audio, but is comfortable, too, thanks to its generously sized, soft ear pads. But a bland design and disappointing noise-cancelling microphone make it a difficult recommendation at this price. Pros Comfy and spaciousNo sound leakage from headsetIncredible control of […]