When I came across the Logitech G935 for the first time, it immediately reminded me of the Logitech G633. The resemblance is uncanny, and I even thought that I was looking at an upgrade. However, that was not the case.
Performance wise the Logitech G703 is a high-quality mouse that can be used for different gaming genres. If you are looking for superb performance with effective wireless technology, then the G703 is worth it. And of course, the Powerplay is a unique high-tech gadget that is worth investing in if you have some extra cash.
When I first saw the G305, I immediately noticed its resemblance to the G PRO Wireless, G203, and the G703 models. This mouse is well built, with smooth edges and robust quality. And while some people in the community don’t find the convex side areas grip-friendly, the mouse is pleasant to the touch and doesn’t collect grime easily.
The Corsair Void Pro is exuding a futuristic vibe with its angular ear cups and broad elastic headband. It comes in two colors, black with white and carbon. The build is plastic; however, it is reinforced by metal pillars, so it will stand the test of time.
But then again wireless is plagued by a stigma of not measuring up to the sound quality of wired ones. After all, you might be thinking whether the freedom from wires will result to poor sound quality. To know once and for all I placed it under the scope to find out.
If you want something that is packed with features but still with a budget-friendly price tag, read on because the Logitech G213 is a strong contender in this category. It’s quite a deal with its fully RGB backlit keys, dedicated media controls, and user-friendly software.
The Linksys WRT32X is undeniably built with hard-core gamers with high sensitivity to network latency. After all, ping jumping up and down, even for a split second, could be fatal in competitive FPS and MOBA.
Corsair gaming keyboards routinely attract the attention of the gaming community, thanks to their practical yet sleek design. The Corsair Strafe RGB Mk.2 is no exception to this as it packs quality materials and added features. I was curious to check if this keyboard delivers as promised.
The RGB lighting of the Ironclaw is quite intuitive. It has three lit zones – the scroll wheel, rear logo, and front panels – so you can definitely play with lighting customization. I mean, who wouldn’t love flashing lights while fighting epic bosses from Sekiro?
This monitor uses a Twisted Nematic (TN) panel technology, which is best for competitive gamers, although it’s not everyone’s favorite. It supports higher refresh rates, has low response time, a decent input lag, and a high resolution. So let’s see if this monitor is the real deal!