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Black Friday and Cyber Monday 2018: Best gaming headset deals

Is that the sound of the Cyber Monday deals gong ringing? Why, yes is it, and with it the beep of a reversing truck full of even more gaming headset deals to replace the ones we had over Black Friday. There are some notable movers and shakers on today's best Cyber Monday gaming headset deals sheet, such as newly refreshed prices for lots of Steelseries…

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Black Friday and Cyber Monday 2018: Best gaming mouse and keyboard deals

There's not long to go now before this year's Black Friday and Cyber Monday deals jamboree draws to a close, so if you've been holding out for a top notch gaming mouse and keyboard deal, now is the time to get one. In truth, there aren't that many new Cyber Monday mouse and keyboard deals going on today, as many are still the same price…

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Best gaming mouse 2018: Top wired and wireless mice

It's sometimes easy to forget about your mouse when you're already spending buckets of money on all your other PC peripherals, but finding that extra bit of cash for one of today's best gaming mice can bring with it a surprising number of benefits. Now I've used my fair share of bog standard mice over the years with just two main buttons and a scroll…

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Logitech G Pro Wireless review: The best wireless gaming mouse ever made

One of the biggest complaints often levied at wireless gaming mice is that they're simply too slow and heavy compared to their wired rivals. Despite being free of snagging cables that somehow manage to get in the way of everything at all times, that liberty often comes at the cost of latency and reliability, with the extra disadvantage that they've now got to carry a…

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Logitech G502 Hero review: Faster, stronger, but it is better?

As you might have guessed from the name, the Logitech G502 Hero is a slightly fancier version of Logitech's classic £50 / $50 G502 gaming mouse. For an extra £30 / $30, you can bag yourself a 16000 DPI sensor as opposed to a 12000 one, left and right clickers with a 50 million click endurance rating rather than 20 million, and an additional two…

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Logitech G903 & Powerplay review: A wireless gaming mouse recharged by its own mat

I've already reviewed the Logitech G603, which for me was the perfect, non-ridiculous wireless gaming mouse but for some facepalmy design that made it too uncomfortable to use without brutal modification. Today, I've got its bigger, also wireless brother, the Logitech G903 to look at to see whether that, too, might be worthy of the title 'best gaming mouse'. The G903 has similar but improved…

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Logitech G603 wireless gaming mouse review

After too many years and far too many mice which now clog up a desk drawer, I thought I'd found my new best gaming mouse. Wireless, multi-device, speedy and responsive but without looking like a broken piece of someone's Gears of War Halloween costume. A gaming mouse that did not look like a gaming mouse: Valhalla indeed. Logitech's G603 is so, so close to being…

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Logitech Buys Saitek’s Sim Controller Business For $13m

Saitek, the makers of a great many switch-covered peripherals for controlling planes, trains, and and automobiles, have been sold for $13 million (about £10 million) in cash. Saitek was owned by fellow controller company Mad Catz, who bought them in 2007, but now they march under the banner of peripheral giants Logitech. (I recommend Saitek's Pro Flight™ Rudder Pedals for marching simulators - the differential…

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Wot I Think: Logitech G602 Mouse

I'm always a little confused whenever anyone starts talking about the need to replace the mouse with something touch-y or pad-y or any other kind of funnily-shaped objected intended to act as ferryman between the world of flesh and the world of pixels. I like mice. They do the job well, they've evolved into high-precision, versatile objects and they remain a great metaphor for remotely…

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RPS Asks: What Do You Do When Tech Dies?

My default position when old-ish tech dies is to assume it's too much hassle to deal with the company, and that something that lasts 3+ years needs to be replaced properly. It might just be me, but I don't think it is. I hear a lot of people asking for suggestions to replace dead technology: it seems more people check Amazon before checking warranties. But…

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