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Best gaming mouse 2019: Top wireless and wired mice

With hundreds of different types of gaming mouse to pick from these days, finding the best gaming mouse can sometimes feel like an impossible task. Fortunately, my best gaming mouse guide is here to help. I've gathered together all my best gaming mouse recommendations from across the spectrum, ranging from super cheap budget gaming mice, to the best fancy wireless mice. I've also picked out…

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Steelseries resurrect Sensei gaming mouse as the Sensei Ten

Do you remember the original Steelseries Sensei? Apologies if those words make you feel a thousand years old, but if you were a fan of Steelseries' popular gaming mouse from the blessed year of 2009, then I have some good news for you. It's back! This time in the form of the Sensei Ten. Borrowing the same classic ambidextrous shape as its ten-year-old predecessor, the…

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Best gaming headset 2019: Our top wired and wireless headsets for PC

With monitor speakers getting weaker and weaker, one of the best ways to make your games sound as good as they look is to buy a gaming headset with a built-in microphone. There are plenty to choose from, too, so I've rounded up the very best gaming headsets around today to help you sort the symphonic wheat from the aural chaff. To make it onto…

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Steelseries Arctis 1 review: So, so comfy

Until Logitech's G Pro X gaming headset came along last month, Steelseries' Arctis 7 had been sitting unchallenged at the top of my [block id="604477" title="Best gaming headset"] list for absolutely yonks. I still have a big soft spot for the Arctis 7 - it's still the best wireless headset you can buy right now, after all, as well as one of the most comfortable…

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Steelseries unveil dual wireless Stratus Duo controller for PC

The Xbox 360 pad may be the reigning champion for the most popular controller on Steam, but Steelseries have just announced a new challenger to that title in the form of their dual wireless Stratus Duo. Priced at £60 / $60, the Stratus Duo comes with support for Bluetooth 4.1 and the usual 2.4GHz wireless so you can use it with your PC and Android…

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Steelseries Apex M750 review: Two left feet

As you may have noticed over the last year or so, I've tended to quite like Steelseries' PC peripherals. Two of their mice currently occupy top spots in my [block id="604483" title="Best gaming keyboard"] list, and their Arctis 7 headset is my favourite bestest [block id="604477" title="Best gaming headset"] of all time. Their top-end Apex M750 keyboard, however, won't be making any kind of [block…

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Get the Steelseries Arctis 7 (our best gaming headset champion) at its lowest ever price this Black Friday

I know I bang on about the Steelseries Arctis 7 a lot, but it is truly the best gaming headset I've ever had - and now it's going for as little as £90 over at Currys as part of this year's Black Friday bonanza. That's the lowest price it's ever been in the UK (lower, even, than it's ever been on Amazon, too, according to…

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Steelseries Rival 310 review: The best gaming mouse under £50

These days, it seems like any half-decent gaming mouse requires at least fifty of your fine British pounds or sixty of your finest American dollars. That's still a lot more than I'm willing to fork out in most cases, but sometimes, I admit, it can be worth the extra expense - such as the Asus ROG Gladius II (£68 / $80) and its handy, dedicated…

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Steelseries Sensei 310 review: An all-round ambidextrous mouse

Esports smee-sports. Whatever it says on the box about the Steelseries Sensei 310 being "engineered" for your favourite arena-based festivities, you should know this ambidextrous mouse is still a great point and clicker in its own right. Whether you're indeed planning to use it for a spot of Plunkbat chicken dinner-ing, or frantically buying ten thousand copies of Yakuza 0 on Steam for everyone because…

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Steelseries Rival 600 review: Worth its weight in gold?

How much would you normally spend on a mouse? £10? $20? Maybe even £30 if I'd been particularly stung (or should that be bitten?) by a dodgy mouse in the past, but it would have to be a really good one - possibly even the bestest [block id="604479" title="Best gaming mouse"] ever - for me to consider spending more. Indeed, if you thought shelling out £70 for the…

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Steelseries Arctis Pro review: The best headset just got better, at a cost

Ever since the Steelseries Arctis 7 rocked my eardrums at the end of last year to claim the top spot in my [block id="604477" title="Best gaming headset"] rankings, no other gaming headset has even come close to matching its supreme comfort or exceptional sound quality - until now. Enter its brand-new shiny upmarket sibling, the Arctis Pro. Borrowing the same understated design and ski goggle…

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Steelseries Rival 110 review: A great gaming mouse for smaller hands

After using the jumbo Roccat Kone Aimo for a couple of weeks at the end of last year, Steelseries' Rival 110 comes as quite a relief. Not only is it a much more petite kind of mouse that's infinitely better suited to the overall size of my hand, but it's also significantly lighter and easier to move around a mouse mat, weighing just 87.5g as…

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