Input Devices Guide
Lenovo's series of gaming machines has been updated to support Intel's Skylake processor. There's also a number of new peripherals. Find out more in the link.
In a surprising move, Google is actually allowing their Android Wear smartwatches to be paired with Apple’s iOS devices. Click the link to find out more.
NVIDIA has brought the GPU Technology Conference (GTC) to the Asia South region, but unlike the earlier conference back in San Jose, the focus of this GTC leaned more towards the enterprise sector, Deep Learning, and the opening of a brand new technology center in the country itself.
Just what is the Sensel Morph? A portable keyboard, gaming controller, music production tool or a design tool? The answer might surprise you. Read on to find out.
As its name suggests, the iSkin is an input device that you can wear on your skin. Later versions of it will also allow it to be powered by your skin too.
It's been proven that sometimes, one flavor doesn't suit all. Because of this, Roccat has launched the Nyth, a modular mouse that that would be appreciated by MMO gamers.
In the fast-paced world of eSports, every millisecond counts, and Logitech aims to give you an advantage with its new G310 Atlas Dawn mechanical gaming keyboard. Read on to find out more.
Optimized for both Windows and Mac, the Logitech MX Anywhere 2 is a highly portable mouse that uses Logitech’s Darkfield laser tracking tech, which means you can literally use it on any type of surface.
Logitech, a household name in the realm of computer peripherals, has just undergone a complete visual overhaul – one that would bring about an entirely new color scheme, logo, and even a sub-brand.
There's now beta software bundled with SteelSeries Engine 3.4.0 and later. Called GameSense, it helps gamers improve in-game awareness with striking LED visual cues and indicators on their RGB-illuminated peripherals.