Category - Peripheral Review

Razer Diamondback Chroma Review

The Razer Diamondback gaming mouse debuted in 2004 and took the gaming world by storm. Its ambidextrous design allowed both left and right-handed gamers to share in having a high performance mouse with the first ever optical sensor. While...

Tablift Stand Review (iPad/Tech)

I don’t talk about it much in person. Actually, I discuss it more here on GamingShogun.com than anywhere in the real world as it holds some stigma. Mostly, it is just something I try to overcome on a daily basis. I am physically...

Razer DeathStalker Chroma Keyboard Review

Razer has recently been known for their line of BlackWidow mechanical gaming keyboards. However, the membrane keyboards are not down for the count just yet, as is evident by the new Razer DeathStalker Chroma gaming keyboard. Featuring slim...

Urban Armor Gear Scout Folio Case Review

Urban Armor Gear, or UAG, has been around for a few years now and has recently been making a big marketing push towards their new line of cell phone and tablet cases. We got the chance to checkout their Scout Folio lineup for the iPhone 6 and...

Rapoo KX Dual Mode Mechanical Keyboard...

I blame gaming for my keyboard snobbery. I was fine at first as a casual gamer having a keyboard that lit up pretty and had a few programmable keys. Then I got my hands on my first mechanical keyboard and it was all changed. Pretty soon I found...

Rapoo E6100 Wireless Keyboard Review

I have occasionally mentioned that I am disabled and as a result have to spend a lot of time in bed so I have a real hard time getting up to play games and write reviews of them once I finish. So anytime I get the opportunity to test some gear...

Sharkoon Skiller Pro Keyboard – A...

Over the course of my various occupations and hobbies, the computer always seems to end up taking center stage. As a teacher, gamer, writer, and reviewer I end up spending most of my time typing away on a keyboard, which causes me to be mighty...

Razer BlackWidow Chroma Keyboard Review

After seeing the announcement for Razer’s Chroma line of peripherals, I was very interested in getting my hands on some of them to evaluate. Razer’s new lighting system allows for a possible 16.8 million color combinations and is...

Wicked Evac Headphones Review

I test a lot of headsets and sometimes simpler is better. I have a fancy pair which I love but generally keep plugged into the same device because setting it up for other devices can be a pain. Sometimes more features also means more weight...