All posts tagged "Input"

  • CM Storm QuickFire TK Mechanical Keyboard Review

    As mechanical keyboards become more ubiquitous, it was a matter of time before companies came up with various unique features and designs. Today we are having a look at the QuickFire TK by CM Storm, a compact gaming mechanical keyboard designed to mix LAN party gaming with working at home.

  • Sharkoon Gaming Mice 3-way review

    Perhaps the most important device to a PC gamer is the mouse, a peripheral which refuses to be replaced by gamepads and joysticks. Although some years ago there was a very limited number of mice specifically designed for gaming, nowadays almost every manufacturer involved In this review we will be having a look at the

  • Fender Stratocaster introduces USB enabled guitar

    The Fender guitar company, which is famous for their high-end, solid-body styled electric guitars has recently introduced a revolutionary USB enabled  guitar called the Squier Stratocaster.  The newly designed USB enabled instrument will offer the ability for the user to record and share tracks without any need of additional hookups. 

  • Xebec Tech HTPC Bluetooth and Onyx Bluetooth keyboards review

      Input devices are undeniably necessary for the use of a computer; at least for the time being. In the past few weeks we have reviewed a long list of high performance keyboards, mechanical or not. HTPC users however require an entirely different kind of product and here is where Xebec Tech comes into play.

  • Sharkoon Outs Tactix Gaming Keyboard

    Sharkoon announced its newest gaming keyboard, the Tactix. On paper, it ticks quite a few checkboxes on the list of what a modern gaming keyboard really needs, including a sweet price.

  • Corsair Vengeance K60 Mechanical Keyboard & M60 Gaming Mouse Review

      Corsair has always been a company close to gamers and hardcore enthusiasts. Although the company is primarily focused on delivering high speed RAM modules, SSDs and power supplies, today we are going to have a look at two products which literally place the company in direct contact with the gamers; the Vengeance series K60

  • Rosewill RK-9000 Mechanical Keyboard

      Mechanical keyboards are the latest hype among gamers and rightfully so; advantages aside, the feel alone is much superior if compared to rubber dome keyboards. No enthusiast who ever used a mechanical keyboard would get back to using a rubber dome keyboard, no matter of how high quality it may be. Today we are

  • Princeton launches virtual Bluetooth KVM

    There are times when a real keyboard and mouse would make it so much easier to add information to your tablet or smartphone, yet it's generally not that easy to make this happen. Japanese Princeton seems to have a solution that would simplify this greatly in the shape of its range of PSC Bluetooth KVM's.

  • Elecom unveils the TK-PBL042BK Projection Keyboard in Japan

    A Japanese company by the name of Elecom is one of the first out the gate to introduce a projection keyboard to market. The TK-PBL042BK wireless projection keyboard simply requires nothing more than a flat surface and its host to carry either USB or Bluetooth connectivity, which means iOS and Android will natively support it.

  • Microsoft releases Kinect for Windows with version 1.0 SDK

    As promised at CES early last month, Microsoft has just launched Kinect for Windows in the form of the version 1.0 Software Development Kit and a new version of the Kinect hardware that's been tweaked to better suit close range operation at the desk.

  • Guiness announces the world’s largest video game controller

    Thanks to the Guinness Book of World Records we often get to hear about or see some pretty staggering events take place as people continue to be driven by the desire to achieve something never before been done that becomes recognized worldwide. A bunch of students from the Netherlands have added themselves to the list

  • Razer @ CES 2012: A Dalliance with the Project Fiona Concept PC Gaming Tablet

    The VR-Zone team @ Las Vegas had the exclusive opportunity of a back room hands-on session with Best of CES 2012 winner 'Project Fiona' Concept Gaming Tablet and to interview Razer's enigmatic CEO Min-Liang Tan. Also on display were the Blade Gaming Laptop and other new peripherals like the Naga Hex and SWTOR licensed devices.

  • Broadcom promises 10 year battery life for Bluetooth keyboards

    Don't you just hate when your wireless peripherals run out of battery? And there's never a spare set around when you need them either. Well, this may soon just be a bad memory, at last if Broadcom has anything to do with it, as the company has developed a new Bluetooth low energy based chip

  • Xebec Tech htpc keyboard review

      Xebec Tech is a newly founded company which originates from the UK and today has offices in the UK, China and Taiwan. The company currently focuses mostly on high end peripherals. A few weeks ago we had a look on their itouchpad diamond keyboard, a versatile product designed to mimic a laptop-sized keyboard and

  • Thermaltake Challenger Pro Gaming Keyboard & Black Gaming Mouse review

      Tt eSPORTS is a relatively newly found subsidiary company of Thermaltake, aiming to develop, manufacture and ultimately provide gamers with high quality gaming peripherals. The company currently has a long list of high performance keyboards, mice, headsets and other parts. Today we are having a close look on two of their more popular products,

  • First Look: Razer Hydra PC Gaming Motion Sensing Controller

      The Razer Hydra PC Gaming Motion Sensing Controller, much like the recent deluge of alternative input gadgets like Microsoft’s Kinect and Sony’s PlayStation Move, allow for immersive three-dimensional interaction in rich in-game virtual environments. We at the VR-Zone Enrichment Centre take a quick first look at this futuristic magnetic field powered contraption, and after intensive testing with

  • Asus Xtion Pro Live launching soon

    If you head over to the Asus website you'll notice that the company is currently running a competition where you can vote for the best software developed by a wide range of competitors for its Xtion Pro motion sensor (similar to Kinect for Xbox 360). However, the Xtion Pro is a very basic device, especially

  • Chill Innovation KB-1BT Bluetooth Micro Keyboard review

      Chill Innovation is a company founded back in 1996 and originating from Denmark, focusing mostly on high quality power supplies and silent cooling solutions. Today however we are not going to review either a power supply or a cooling solution; Chill Innovation’s latest product is a versatile bluetooth micro-keyboard for multimedia applications, the KB-1BT. 

  • Razer BlackWidow, BlackWidow Ultimate and Anansi: now available for Mac

    Think that Windows is the only operating system that can make the best use out of sophisticated gaming keyboards, such as Razer's BlackWidow and Anansi? Well, think again: the American computer peripherals manufacturer has just announced the availability of both the aforementioned gaming keyboards in the standard Mac keyboard layout which it clsims are capable

  • Cooler Master at Computex

    Although Computex has been over for a good few days by now, we're continuing our coverage for the rest of this week, as we visited a lot of companies at the show and we simply didn't have time to write it all up there and then. Cooler Master had a lot of new products on