Tag Archives: Gaming Peripheral

Nintendo Labo Toy-Con 04 VR Kit For Switch Will Arrive On April 12

I bet you didn’t see this coming. We are talking about Virtual Reality (VR) for Nintendo Switch. It is happening, though, and it is part of Nintendo’s Labo DIY cardboard-building gaming peripherals that debuted in January 2018, under a series known Toy-Con (which is NOT a toy convention, btw). The aim of Nintendo Labo is make Switch funner, like it not already is. I have to admit. It is kind of fun to see boxy cardboard robotic suit, fishing pole, steering wheel et cetera. Anywho, Nintendo Labo Toy-Con 04: VR Kit, as it is called, is the latest to join the Toy-Con family. Continue reading Nintendo Labo Toy-Con 04 VR Kit For Switch Will Arrive On April 12

Gameplay With A Regular Mouse Versus A Pro Gaming Mouse

Someone who is just gaming once in a while may buy a standard optical mouse that may cost around 10-15 bucks. But if you are a serious gamer and can’t help yourself playing pro-games all the time, then investing in a good gaming mouse should be your priority. If you are worried about the price, then listen you can easily get an incredible range of gaming mouse under $30. Continue reading Gameplay With A Regular Mouse Versus A Pro Gaming Mouse

Razer Laptop And Peripherals Gets Quartz Pink Treatment For V Day

In a very un-Razer move, the gaming lifestyle company has again gave some of the brand’s gaming peripherals and the Razer Blade Stealth Ultraportable Laptop the Quartz Pink treatment for this Valentines’ Day. First there is the Quartz Pink edition the new Razer Blade Stealth ultraportable laptop, complete with a subtle tone-on-tone Razer logo. Continue reading Razer Laptop And Peripherals Gets Quartz Pink Treatment For V Day

ASUS Takes RGB Lighting Too Seriously, Puts It On Backpack, Chair And More

If you think Razer is obsessed with Chroma, then perhaps you have not seen ASUS ROG products. ASUS ROG has put RGB in everything this CES 2019, including entry-level ROG Strix AIO cooler, ROG Zenith Extreme Alpha and Rampage VI Extreme Omega motherboards, and more. Those weren’t even the craziest product to sport RGB lighting the Taiwanese computer maker had brought to CES last week; ASUS obsession with RGB extends to, wait for it… a backpack and a gaming chair. Folks, this is how ASUS is excessive with RGB lighting. Continue reading ASUS Takes RGB Lighting Too Seriously, Puts It On Backpack, Chair And More

Here’s The Updated Razer Blade 15 And Other Razer Gizmos And News

Razer is like the Apple of all-thing-gaming. We cannot afford all, but we love talking about it and so, here’s a list of stuff and news that the gaming lifestyle company has dropped since late December running up to CES 2019. Back on December 19, 2018, Razer officially launched the world’s first wireless keyboard and mouse designed specifically for Xbox One. Dubbed Razer Turret for Xbox One, it brings game-integrated lighting and a whole new way of playing Xbox One. Continue reading Here’s The Updated Razer Blade 15 And Other Razer Gizmos And News

Here’s Razer First Gaming Monitor And It Is A Thing Of Beauty

Alright folks. If you are in market for a gaming monitor, or just any monitor, you may want to hold out for this baby, called Raptor, from Razer. Coming in at 27-inch, Razer’s first gaming monitor is described as an esports-ready display with fast response rates, HDR support, Razer Chroma integration (but of course!), and a super cool built-in cable management. The monitor will make its appearance at this year’s CES as an “early-design-phase” model, but rest assure it is happening. Continue reading Here’s Razer First Gaming Monitor And It Is A Thing Of Beauty

This Wearable Device Will Change How You Play First Person Shooter On PC

One of the stumbling blocks to being good at first person shooter (FPS) video games is keyboard and mouse. Not everyone is proficient with these two input devices. Now, imagine if in-game actions like crouching or leaning to peek can be as natural as you ducking or tilting your head, it would be so much easier than fumbling with keyboard keys, wouldn’t it? Well, folks, this is precisely what this nondescript device called Tilted proposed to do. Continue reading This Wearable Device Will Change How You Play First Person Shooter On PC

Brikk Wants To Bedazzle Gamers With This Luxe DualShock 4 Controller

Well, this is one DualShock 4 controller I imagine Admiral General Aladeen would love to have if he had a Playstation 4 instead of Wii. Anyways, before you here is a super luxe DualShock 4 Controller from the gadget customizer with the Midas touch, Brikk. Aptly called Lux DualShock 4 Controller, this ultimate in gaming luxury is coated in 24K yellow gold, topped with three layers of protective clear veneer so it’d be able to stand up to rigor of actually being used. Continue reading Brikk Wants To Bedazzle Gamers With This Luxe DualShock 4 Controller

Razer Ifrit Broadcast Headset’s Product Video Had Us ROTFL

When you do live broadcast, you want to look your best and that includes a mess-free hair. But, really, you can’t do that if you have a clunky headset ON your hair, can you? However nice your hair has been set, it is going to get mess up. That’s not to mention the headset will be partially hiding your gorgeous locks. That there, my friends, is called headset hair. But with the new Razer Ifrit Broadcast Headset, it will liberate you from this hair-raising issue. Continue reading Razer Ifrit Broadcast Headset’s Product Video Had Us ROTFL

Nintendo Labo Adds Vehicle Kit, Lets You Drive, Fly And Command A Sub

I am sure you remember Nintendo’s cardboard-based gaming peripherals under its Labo series. The new Toy Cons is a Vehicle Kit that will let you drive, fly and even command a submarine like how they should be controlled. The Nintendo Switch Labo Vehicle Kit includes Car, Pedal, Plane, Key, and Submarine. The Car is presented as a steering wheel with various controls. The Pedal is what it says it is. The Plane is an aircraft control stick and the Submarine is a contraption that I don’t really understand. It is a box with dual steering wheel of sort, one on each side of the box. And then there is the key, which is a ‘magical’ accessory enabled by a Joy-Con controller. Continue reading Nintendo Labo Adds Vehicle Kit, Lets You Drive, Fly And Command A Sub