OCZ Eclipse Review

The OCZ Eclipse is a new gaming mouse aimed at the budget end of the market. At a retail price of just 25 euros it should be a tempting purchase, but does that low price mean you’re missing out on essential features? Specification Max DPI 2400 Polling Rate Hz Max Tracking speed 60 inches/second Max Acceleration 50g Buttons 7 (5 programmable) Operating System Windows XP, Vista (32-bit only) Warranty 2 years Special Features...

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Saitek Eclipse 3 Review
Dec27

Saitek Eclipse 3 Review

The Saitek Eclipse 3 is the latest version of the popular gaming keyboard. It takes some of the features of the Saitek Cyborg and sticks them onto the old version to create a new mid-range keyboard. Backlighting Starting off with the lighting, the Eclipse 3 borrows the Cyborg’s multi-zone lighting. Different areas of the keyboard can be illuminated in three different colours (red, blue and purple) using the touch-sensitive panel...

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Roccat Kone Review
Nov27

Roccat Kone Review

The Roccat Kone is the first gaming mouse to be released by German company Roccat. They’re not messing about with this new mouse, as they’re taking on the likes of Razer and Logitech with a high-spec product. Does the new kid on the block have what it takes to steal some sales from the big boys? Specification Max DPI 3200 Polling Rate 1000Hz Max Tracking speed 45 inches/second Frame Rate 7080 frames/second Buttons 10 (8...

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Arctic Cooling Freezer 7 Pro
Nov19

Arctic Cooling Freezer 7 Pro

A shiny new Arctic Freezer 7 Pro CPU fan arrived today, to help keep my Intel Core 2 E6300 a bit cooler than the stock Intel fan can manage. The Freezer 7 Pro was ordered from Overclockers at a price of £18.79. I chose the cooler partly because of its reasonable price and partly on the recommendation of the forum users at Overclockers. In the box you get the cooler, some basic instructions on how to fit it and an Arctic Cooling...

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Revoltec Fightpad Advanced Keypad
Jul22

Revoltec Fightpad Advanced Keypad

Here’s a new addition to the growing range of gaming keypads, the Revoltec Fightpad Advanced. Featuring a mock carbon fibre shell, the Revoltec Fightpad Advanced is an updated version of their old Fightboard. It features programmable keys and an ergonomic design, but you kind of expect that of a keypad, so what are the plus points to the Fightpad? Well, its ergonomic design is different, shaped like a slightly flattened...

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