ASUS is adding a new flagship mouse to their lineup, ROG Spatha Wireless. As the name suggests, Spatha is wireless, but if wireless isn’t your thing, Spatha can be wired. Spatha also includes features from ROG Gladius, while adding new features that could really come in handy.
Ryos MK Pro has been out for a while, so ROCCAT has decided to dress it up for 2015 in RGB and rename it Ryos MK FX. Ryos MK FX is going to retain all of the same features as Ryos MK Pro such as dual ARM processors, per-key lighting, and integrated media hub to name a few.
Mushkin has been a RAM powerhouse for years, but 2015 is their year to switch things up a bit. reVIVE is Mushkin’s line of rechargeable battery packs launching in March 2015 ranging in capacities of 4400mAh – 13200mAh.
Touchpads and touchscreens have been around for years, but a spacebar that you can touch and program is an interesting idea. If we’re proper typists, our thumbs should always be resting on the space bar, allowing quick access to a plethora of multi-touch gestures.
Mad Catz has always delivered innovative and interesting products, but at CES 2015, Mad Catz has taken mobile controllers to an entirely new level. LYNX 9 is a Bluetooth controller at heart, but it can transform into a wireless keyboard, or even break apart to create an ultimate tablet controller.
As broadcasting gameplay becomes more and more popular on sites like iNSTAGIB and Twitch, viewers wonder how are some broadcasters just so good at the games they’re playing. Watching someone play is only half the story, knowing how they’re playing is the other half. Tt eSPORTS looks to shine light on how gamers are playing with Poseidon Z Plus+ Smart Keyboard, and Theron Plus+ Smart Mouse.
STRIX 7.1 is a true surround sound headset with ten Neodymium drivers ranging from 20mm to 40mm, lighting effects, ambient noise-cancelling, and foldable earcups.
Many have tried, and many have failed, although Tt eSPORTS may have hit the nail on the head. Contour is a Bluetooth controller for iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch that has a layout similar to an Xbox controller, but includes a foldable clip to hold an iPhone or iPod Touch.
Bluetooth stereo adapters can be found almost anywhere for fairly cheap. But Twenty by Griffin isn’t your everyday, run of the mill adapter, from its look to specs, Twenty is designed to be a Bluetooth interface for a hi-fi stereo system.
Urbanears is expanding their horizon to mobile accessories including charging cables and an iPhone case. Each product gets the Urbanears ultra-stylish treatment, while offering functional upgrades and a couple twists that could swing your interest in their direction.
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