Category - Peripheral Review

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...

Thrustmaster T.Flight Hotas One Xbox One...

Console gaming has never been the realm of flight or space simulations. Usually, these products require a flight stick or throttle or some other sort of controller which most console gamers simply don’t own. Recently, Thrustmaster...

Razer Blackwidow Tournament Edition Chroma...

The first thing that struck me about the Razer Blackwidow Tournament Edition Chroma V2 was its small size. Most keyboards both gaming and non-gaming have a set of numbers off to the side to interchange with the ones that go across the top of...

SteelSeries Rival 310 Gaming Mouse Review

SteelSeries has released a new version of its Rival gaming mouse series, the Rival 310, at a more budget-minded $59.99 price point. Does this latest version of the Rival hold up to its predecessors and give gamers a good value for their dollar...