Category - Peripheral Review

Gamesir VX AimSwitch Review

The Gamesir VX AimSwitch is a wireless half keyboard with a programmable mouse and the VX Dongle for the optional connection and in case the device doesn’t have Bluetooth. It is pretty much plug n’ play on the console, with the XBox...

Cherry MX 6.0 Mechanical Keyboard Review

My last gaming keyboard died after five valiant years of service.  As I mourned the loss, our Editor-in-Chief looked around his office to ship me something he knew I would like: A new keyboard!  Sure enough the Cherry MX 6.0 mechanical gaming...

Razer Huntsman Elite Review

Earlier this month I was treated to a special, up-close look at Razer’s new Huntsman Elite, a gaming keyboard equipped with the company’s new opto-mechanical key switches. The media event at their Irvine, CA office was guarded by a strict...

Corsair K70 RGB Mk.2 and Strafe RGB Mk.2...

Corsair’s Strafe and K70 RGB keyboards have been staples in many gamer arsenals. They are extremely well-built and feature some great gamer-specific enhancements. I mention this because some critics have been skeptical at the fact that these...

Razer Abyssus Essential Gaming Mouse Review

The Razer Abyssus Essential gaming mouse is meant to provided increased performance over the Razer Abyssus V2 while also including Chroma lighting, all while still maintaining a low-end price point. This is a lot of capability to put in such a...

Snakebyte Dual Review: Twin: Charge X And...

I play a lot of video games and I often find myself having to stretch out a long micro USB cord so that I can finish playing when my controller battery on my Xbox One is out of juice.  Thankfully, I now have the opportunity to try out a couple...

GameSir G5 Controller Review

When it comes to GameSir, they know there is a fairly untapped market that they are quickly filling and that is mobile device controllers. All mobile gamers have found themselves at one time or another trying to fire a shot or look around with...

Razer Cynosa Chroma Keyboard Review

The Razer Cynosa Chroma is the company’s new entry-level gaming keyboard offering. Retailing at a reasonable $59.99, the Cynosa Chroma features the dark, stylish looks of its more-expensive brethren at a fraction of the cost. Taking its...

GameSir F1 Joystick Grip Review

I have a very large smartphone, which makes using it for games sometimes difficult. On-screen “virtual” buttons and analog sticks are hard to distinguish with no haptic or physical feedback and it is easy to get so focused on the...