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My morning job has me commute all over Manhattan Island every weekday. As one can imagine, fighting through the bustling streets and metro railways of New York City without any form of entertainment can be terribly boring (or terribly exciting, depending on who jumps into the subway car with you). For the...

Astro Gaming is best known for its high-end console and PC gaming headsets, but the company dabbles in the mobile market, too. If you’re in the...

The Mad Catz S.T.R.I.K.E 3 and Razer Deathstalker are excellent PC gaming keyboards that duked it out over the  2D-X Excellence Award — now...

Competition within the fighting game community is fierce, so you’ll need to arm yourself with a sweet weapon of war if you want to compete with...

Premium gaming headsets are a dime a dozen these days, with many companies tossing their hats into the ring in hopes of winning over your ear and wallet....

Razer has become one of the premier PC peripheral makers in the last decade and a half — an accomplishment that would be unobtainable unless the...

Measuring nearly 17 inches wide and weighing 12 pounds, the X-Arcade Solo is significantly smaller and lighter than the 28-inch, 15-pound behemoth that...

PC gamers recognize the mouse and keyboard as their extensions into the digital world, and as a result, a good keyboard is essential. But  in a world...

When I turned a discerning ear to the Astro A50 Wireless Headset in Summer 2012, I hailed the cans as “gaming headset excellence.” That statement...

Lenovo is looking to make a splash in the consumer enthusiast PC market with the IdeaCentre Erazer X700. We previously reviewed the Lenovo IdeaCentre...

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