EasySMX Gamepad: hardware review

EasySMX Gamepad: hardware review

Dec 4, 2017

With the PS4 well and truly settled in, the PS3 is living on borrowed time. An official controller still costs about thirty quid though, and you’ll be paying about the same for a PC-compatible Xbox controller. The EasySMX Gamepad claims to do the job for both formats, as well as mobile devices. But does it? And if so, how well? Firstly, and most...

Speedlink Ludicium Gaming Keyboard: hardware review

Speedlink Ludicium Gaming Keyboard: hardware review

Oct 11, 2017

Review unit provided by PR Right. I don’t want to come across as too inflammatory at the outset, but I’m always wary of anything that uses the word “gaming” to describe something. Computer peripherals in particular seem to use this as a buzzword that means “aimed at people who play videogames and also have little to no aesthetic taste”. That...

Speedlink Fortus mouse: hardware review

Speedlink Fortus mouse: hardware review

Aug 25, 2017

Review unit provided by PR Are you prepared to convert from wired to wireless? To let your actions travel over the airwaves instead of down a cable – which is so last millennium? Well, unprepare yourself, because the wireless revolution still ain’t all that. Admittedly, I’ve always been a wireless...

Speedlink Decus Respec mouse: hardware review

Speedlink Decus Respec mouse: hardware review

Mar 14, 2017

Review unit provided by PR From the base of my palm to the end of my middle finger is 6.5 inches (~16.5 cm). Yes, I have small, almost childlike hands; this is an important factor to consider for how much I enjoy using this mouse. And I do “enjoy” using it as much as I enjoy using any controller or interface that doesn’t impede my gaming or my...

Logitech announce G303 high performance gaming mouse

Logitech announce G303 high performance gaming mouse

Mar 6, 2015

We were quite fond of Logitech’s G302 released last November, but noticed it was lacking a technical punch when compared to its bigger brethren, such as the G502 Proteus Core. Apparently it was common feedback posed to Logitech from the pro eSports community too, who liked the symmetrical design of the G302 but wanted a little more precision. Answering that...