Razer's Naga Pro is the new peak for the long-running mouse line. Ditching wires, the mouse adopts the three modular side plates found on the Naga Trinity and adds in excellent pointer action with crazy-good battery life. Is it worth the $150 asking price? Dive in and see.
Secretlab has completed its trio of Batman-inspired chairs, this time turning to the Caped Crusader's main rival: The Joker. The design is fittingly loud, but full of subtle accents that make it a Joker lover's dream.
Committing to making a left-handed gaming mouse is no easy decision. Not only is the market comparatively tiny, but it involves much more than mirroring the design of a right-handed mouse. For the Naga Left Handed Edition, Razer turned to the community for help, and it paid off.
If you're looking for a new wireless headset that will fit in with gaming and work, HyperX's latest may be worth a look. The new Cloud Stinger Core Wireless features a sleek, white look and up to 17 hours of battery life for plenty of gaming and work time.
Calling all gamers! Looking to elevate your set-up to a whole new level? The right gaming desk can do it, whether that means offering up more space, cable management, or the ability to hold your PC and consoles all in one place. We've got the best gaming desks in 2019 for you right here!
If you're a lefty and MMOs are your game of choice, Razer has a mouse for you. The company finally brought back its Naga Left-Handed Edition, bringing the button-filled mouse back for a neglected segment of gamers.
If you're looking for a new gaming monitor, Viotek's latest is an ultra-wide worth considering. The 49-inch monster manages to pack in a 120Hz refresh rate with both G-Sync and FreeSync support, along with HDR.
Razer's new Acari mouse mat is a low-friction accessory meant to help your gaming accuracy and reaction times. The ultraviolet activated nano-bead surface lets your mouse glide with ease making it an excellent option for pro-level gamers or anyone who wants a speed advantage when fragging online.
Mad Catz is an old school company, that sadly hasn't evolved too much with the times. The F.R.E.Q. 4 is a decent headset when it comes to pure sound, but a litany of small problems makes this hard to recommend.
As we all know, RGBs not only improve the power of your devices, but they also make you a better gamer (obviously). That's why I was especially intrigued by the PowerA Spectra, offered to us for review. Let's take a look.