Razer's switchblade idea may not have made it out of CES 2011, but its dynamic, adaptive keys lived on, both in the outfit's Star Wars: The Old Republic keyboard and Blade laptop. The hardware is slick, to be sure, but what if you could snag similar functionality for free from your local app marketplace? That's what ROCCAT hopes to deliver with ...
Posted on March 06, 2012 | Tags: activity monitor
, app marketplace
, CeBIT 2012
, phobo keyboard
, Project Phobo
, video games
Logitech has finally introduced a veritable successor to the trusty old MX518. Long regarded as the best gaming mouse $40 can buy, the MX518 is the go-to pointing device for folks on a budget. Simply put, the MX518 offers everything an accomplished gamer requires to get the job done, including a comfortable profile, programmable buttons, on-the-fly DPI adjustments, and a cool ...
Posted on June 10, 2011 | Tags: 1800DPI
, Logitech Gaming