The Steelseries Stratus Duo brings 2.4Ghz wireless and Bluetooth capabilities to the same controller, allowing users to seamlessly transition between desktop and laptop, Android and PC, or their preferred VR headsets. But will it fit your controller needs? Find out in our review.
Last March, we took our first look at the ErgoDox EZ Shine. Since that time, ZSA Technology Labs has completely refreshed the split keyboard with the ErgoDox EZ Glow. We didn’t think it was possible, but there’s even more programmability than ever, and it features an enhanced design with per-key LEDs and doubleshot PBT keycaps. The ErgoDox EZ will change the way you game for the better.
Motherboards are an interesting component in a PC. While the CPU is the brain and the GPU drives the visuals, the motherboard is the body while enables all of these components to work in concert with each other. However, for many people, myself included until recently, the motherboard was always an area to save a little extra money. However, having a quality gaming motherboard can go such a long way to maximizing the investments you’ve made elsewhere in your gaming rig.
Ray Tracing and DLSS support are finally beginning to expand, but if you’re considering upgrading to the Nvidia 20-series, you’ll need to do some research to find out what’s best for you. Today, we’re looking at an exciting card from Gigabyte, the RTX 2080 XTREME WATERFORCE 8G. It’s offers up 4K60 gameplay while staying quiet and cool thanks to its built-in liquid cooler. At $899, is it worth the extra over a standard 2080?
If you’re anything like us, building up your battlestation is about more than just your PC. After your PC and accessories are set, it’s time to start looking into the rest of the room and designing your perfect, modern gaming center. Today, we’re looking at the first of two Nanoleaf smart products with the Canvas. They’re customizable, integrate with your smart home, and look great, but are they right for you? This is our full review of the Nanoleaf Canvas.
At first glance, the Stealth looks like a slimmed-down Amazon Alexa, but this sleek cylinder is smart in a different way. Within this review we are going to break down what the Aston Stealth is, what it does, and why, if you are a streamer or digital content creator, this may be the most technologically advanced microphones you will ever need.
As gamers, we require a lot from our WiFi routers. We need good speeds that take advantage of our internet. We need low latency even when sharing bandwidth. We need more control to forward ports and optimize connections. Today, we’re looking at the NETGEAR Nighthawk XR700, a premium WiFi router custom-made for gamers. It’s packed with features intended to take your gaming to the next level but do they? Find out in our official review.
Mechanical keyboards are largely the same. Coming from the resident keyboard geek, that probably sounds like heresy but let’s face it: it’s hard to break meaningful ground is a peripheral that’s been such a mainstay of our computer use. Well, that’s exactly what Das Keyboard has done with the the brand new 5Q. It may just be the world’s first smart keyboard and aims to not only help you communicate but to communicate with you.
It’s no secret that over the last two years AMD hasn’t been able to truly compete in the enthusiast graphics space. While they are taking market share away from Intel in the CPU world thanks to their incredible Ryzen CPUs (love my Ryzen 7 1700, by the way), the company’s flagship consumer card, the Vega 64, failed to capture the high end market as many consumers were hoping for.