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ENHANCE LED Gaming Mouse Pad Review

The ENHANCE hard-surface LED mouse pad is quite the accessory. With seven RGB light settings and measuring in at 13.75 by 9.87 inches (34.95...

Alienware AW2518H 25″ Gaming Monitor Review

Alienware certainly like their angles. From their gaming PCs down to their mice, they each have that telltale Alienware look, and their latest line of monitors are no different. Having spent my time with the Alienware AW2518H I can safely say that the Alienware style comes first followed by practicality.

Xbox One X Review

So, it’s finally here. After months of speculation and big claims from Microsoft (most powerful console ever, smallest console ever etc etc) we finally...

Turtle Beach Earforce Recon 150 Review

Turtle Beach Earforce Recon 150 are the latest addition to Turtle Beach's low-end headset range. Compatible with both PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC this headset comes with a thick and rugged feel with some pretty big cans for your ears. But how well do they perform and are they worth the £50 price tag attached to them?

Fnatic RUSH Pro Silent Gaming Keyboard Review

We try our fingers at the Fnatic RUSH Pro Silent Gaming Keyboard and it's safe to say, we're in love.
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Gamevice for iPhone Review

In a nutshell, the Gamevice is a mobile game controller which essentially turns your iPhone or iPad into a portable gaming device, much like the PS Vita. It's suitable for both the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus, including the iPhone 6S and S Plus. It's fully adjustable allowing both both devices to fit into the Gamevice comfortably.
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Logitech G910 Mechanical Keyboard Review

One of the things I really wanted to check out, was the hype behind Mechanical Keyboards. What's the deal? Are they really all that's cracked up to be? To be honest, I have no idea. But I thought I'd give one a whirl anyway, and thus Logitech sent over their Logitech G910 mechanical keyboard for us to try out and while it's certainly built for gaming, it's not really cracked up to much else.

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