Many of you may have never heard of the PC gaming boutique company Feenix. They are a company that focuses extremely high quality gaming gear. Feenix only makes up to a 1000 of each product a month. Each person who purchases their products will receive their own personal own support manager. Which means you will always talk to the same person when you send them an email. Feenix handles everything in house from making sure each customer gets the highest quality product with hand checking each product before it is sold. The Feenix Autore is a mechanical gaming keyboard that features Cherry MX Brown key switches, a unique color design and is resistant to water damage. Lets take a look at the Feenix Autore and see how it handles up to the competition.
2014 seems to be a good year for both PC gaming and console gaming. With so many different games being launched, one of the universal things every gamer needs is a great gaming headset. We need something we can wear for hours comfortably without any issues. Some of us also run into issues of having multiple systems and would love to use the same headset for both. Well it looks like Cooler Master made that headset and called the CM Storm Ceres 500. The CM Storm Ceres 500 is supposed to work on PC/PS3/PS4 and Xbox. You are also supposed to be able to have it hooked up to 2 different systems at the same time and with a flip of the switch go from one system to the other. Now lets see if you will make the switch to the CM Storm Ceres 500.
Over the past year we have seen a pretty big push into the gaming scene with many different manufactures. One of them has been Thermaltake with their Tt eSPORTS line. We have tested a few of their newer mice and headsets. Being pleased with them, we are quite excited to take a look at one of their keyboards to see if it holds up to the name of the rest of the Tt eSPORTS products we have tested. Today we are taking a look at the Tt eSPORTS MEKA G-Unit Illuminated Keyboard which features Cherry MX mechanical keys, 12 dedicated function keys, backlit illumination and much more. Let’s take a look…
The holiday season is right around the corner and with so many recent game releases, people are going to be looking into new computer builds and also upgrading their gaming gear. The other issue is that there is many companies out there that are not producing great quality products that can perform and hold up to being used by gamers. Thankfully there are many true gamer related companies out there that are looking out for the best intrested in there gamers from quality headsets to keyboards and mouses. One of those companies is Thermaltake which for years has produced gamer cases and other accessories. Over the past few years they have put some time and R&D into their products and from the past few months of testing with some of their TT eSports line of gear we have been pleased with their performance and are interested in seeing if we can keep getting the same performance out of the Theron Infrared Gaming Mouse. So keep reading on if you are interested in learning about the TT eSports Theron Infrared gaming mouse.
Over the past few weeks we here at ThinkComputers have been spending time reviewing several gaming products. This is a great opportunity with the upcoming release of Battlefield 4 and Call of Duty Ghosts. Today we are going to be reviewing the Tt eSPORTS CRONOS headset. The CRONOS is part of the eSports lineup of gear at Thermaltake. Thermaltake has pushed the bar, time and time again, releasing all around great products which focus on their gaming line. The Tt eSPORTS line has something for every type of gaming style on the market. Today we are going to be reviewing the Tt eSPORTS CRONOS headset to see if it is a perfect fit for you.
eSports are starting to take over the gaming industry with the new push of games that are more team based and focused, with that being said the market for gaming gear for the past few years has been at an all-time high. One of the companies who has been in the scene and going strong for a while is Thermaltake and with their Tt eSPORTS line they have much to offer every level of gamer on the market. Well today we are going to take a look at their new gaming mouse called the Volos. This is their MOBA/MMORPG mouse.
The gaming industry has always been a big market and headphones are one of the biggest sellers. They have many different features that appeal to different markets of gamers just like mice and keyboards. Audio devices are one of the big things that people really like to have some of the best quality products in as they are great for either listening to music, watching movies or telling if your enemy is trying to sneak up close behind you. Now with the gaming market how it is, you have so many different choices, USB, 5.1, 7.1 and also options of different lighting effects. Well today we are going to take a look at one of the many different choices in the market of gaming accessories. Cooler Master was nice to send us over the CM Storm Pulse-R Gaming Headset.
Mechanical keyboards, you know, those higher priced keyboards with awesome clicking sounds, illuminated keys, media keys, and special gaming modes that usually disable the Windows Key. Well, Rosewill has a pretty nice one named Illuminated Mechanical Gaming Keyboard, aka, RK-9100BR. Awesome clicking sounds are present thanks to its Cherry MX Brown switches, LEDs provide an excellent illuminated experience, coupled with media keys, multiple modes and gold plated connectors, Rosewill’s RK-9100BR is a cohesively solid product.
Mad Catz really changed the game when they released their R.A.T. series of gaming mice. I always thought that the mice looked cool, but because of their design I doubted that they would be comfortable at all. Well after reviewing Mad Catz M.M.O. 7 mouse, which is based off the R.A.T. design my mind was really blown. Not only was the mouse one of the most comfortable I have ever used it was made of quality materials and worked very well. This year at CES Mad Catz let us know they were making a gaming mouse for mobile users and it is finally here, the R.A.T. M. This mouse is much smaller than your normal mouse, features 10 programmable buttons, a 6400 DPI laser sensor, and Bluetooth Smart technology. If you game on a laptop this may be the perfect mouse for you.
Behold, the day of days has arrived: Kickstarted darling Ouya, the Android-powered video game console, is available to the public. It sold out on Amazon in just a few hours and I’ll bet that other retailers are finding their stocks a little low, too. I backed Ouya on Kickstarter shortly before the close of the nearly $8.6M funding round last summer, and I received my backer unit a couple of weeks ago. I’ve had some time to play several of the games and poke around the device a bit.
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