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Long Live the Mouse and Keyboard, a Great Way to Control Video Games

A year or so ago I moved my gaming PC away from the TV and upstairs to my desk. I got a monitor that’s better than that TV. So, I decided to start using a mouse and keyboard again. I’m not really to the point where I obsess over DPI or key resistance or anything like that. I’ve found a pretty standard setup, and I stick with it. It’s still been interesting returning to the mouse and keyboard fold after so many years away. Here’s what I’ve learned.

Roccat Sova Review: Couch gaming done right

The Roccat Sova aims to bridge the gap between desk-and-chair PC gaming and living room play, with a 'lapboard' gaming device that will suit both casual and extreme gamers wanting to play from the comfort of a couch. It's just the right size and is available at two price points with either membrane keys or mechanical key switches.

Corsair K70 RGB Rapidfire Keyboard Review: Meet the new MX Speed switches

Corsair is building upon its previous collaboration with Cherry to bring another exclusive line of switches to the mechanical keyboard market. Aimed squarely at gamers, the new MX Speed switches are not only quiet but also reduce travel distance to 1.2mm for a lighting fast 4ms actuation speed on the K65 RGB Rapidfire, K70 Rapidfire and K70 RGB Rapidfire being tested today.

Microsoft's keyboard for iPhones spotted in the wild

Microsoft is working on bringing its Windows Phone keyboard to iOS, and part of that process involves internally testing the software before it's released to the public. Thanks to images and information obtained by The Verge, we're getting a good…

You can now purchase a physical emoji keyboard

If you're addicted to using emoji, there's a range of new products from EmojiWorks that are sure to improve your quality of life. The company, a start-up from Austin, has developed a set of physical keyboards that allow you to…

Neowin: iClever foldable Bluetooth keyboard review

Not everyone likes typing long emails or editing documents using an onscreen keyboard. Even though word prediction and typo correction has advanced massively, there's still no replacement for a physical keyboard.