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PKT’s new picture-based, programmable keyboard
The Aussie company’s product uses fibre optics to allow each of the keyboard’s keys to display any required image and enact a predetermined action.
Logitech posts 'record' sales buffered by remote working rush
“Video conferencing, working remotely, creating and streaming content, and gaming are long-term secular trends driving our business. The pandemic hasn’t changed these trends: it has accelerated them.”
Stealth Gaming makes a push for the Australian market
“ABP Technology is one of the UK’s largest supplier of video game headsets and we are looking forward to emulating this success and taking the business to the next level in the Australian market."
Logitech wins awards for the art of good design
What makes a good design? Logitech may know a thing or two about that.
The Corsair K95 RGB Platinum, the gaming keyboard you've always dreamed of
The K95 Platinum sets a whole new bar for mechanical gaming keyboards. In terms of responsiveness, customisation and overall build, it's a winner.
New Corsair gaming chairs built for speed AND comfort
“Inspired by racing, crafted for comfort and built to last.”
FutureFive's Five for now: Gaming Mice
PC gaming begins with your mouse; Aiming, directing, shooting, interacting - you need every advantage you can get.
Logitech's simple approach to beautiful peripherals
Logitech is not only showing how silly some other brands look when it comes to peripherals, but they’ve also shown an improvement in their own house.
17 different types: Is this Apple's dongle bongle?
Apple fans are going online to vent their anger at the dongle bongle. They may have good reasons too. Apple now sells a staggering 17 different types.
Synnex adds Rapoo to portfolio
Synnex New Zealand has added wireless peripheral technology specialist Rapoo to its vendor line-up as the distributor looks to round out its ecosystem.
Say hello to 4D sound with the F.R.E.Q. 4D headset
Mad Catz Interactive has announced that the F.R.E.Q. 4D Gaming Headset for Windows PC and Smart Devices will be available from 14 March.
‘My Passport Slim’ released
Western Digital has released their new series of portable hard drives just in time for Christmas.
Mad Catz Cyborg F.L.Y. 5 – the skies the limit
In this day and age flight sticks seem to have a limited appeal and most tend to only target the hard-core flight sim community.