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Corsair goes wireless – unboxing video with the K63 Wireless and DarkCore SE

As part of Corsair's new focus on wireless peripherals, we were sent a special 'wireless kit' just for reviewers. Inside that big box of goodies we found the new K63 wireless mechanical keyboard, a DarkCore SE wireless mouse, the MM1000 mousepad, a Void Pro RGB wireless headset, and a special lapboard designed for sofa gaming. To be able to share this experience with our readers , we of course filmed the whole thing.

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2018 Wi-Fi routers to get WPA3 wireless protection

Currently, most modern routers boast WPA2 wireless security protocol, but it seems that a replacement is inbound. Wi-Fi Protected Access 3 (WPA3) has actually been around for quite some time, but now might finally be coming into play on upcoming routers. The news was announced by The Wi-Fi Alliance, comprised …

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CES: Razer unveil Chroma-lit Nommo gaming speakers

Razer has announced its new line of Nommo speakers, aimed at delivering premium audio to gamers around the world. The cannon-shaped speakers come in three editions, the Razer Nommo, Razer Nommo Chroma and the Razer Nommo Pro. “We created the Razer Nommo line as an ultimate entertainment speaker line for …

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Corsair unleashes a wave of wireless peripherals

Corsair is prompting its fan base to ‘Unplug and Play’ at CES this year as it introduces a bunch of new wireless peripherals to its line-up. This includes a new gaming keyboard, gaming mouse, Qi wireless charging mouse pad and even a lapboard. The company has carried three core principles …

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Mad Catz is officially back

Two weeks ago, a mysterious teaser hit the web claiming that a certain peripheral maker was ‘back in the game’. At the time, we assumed that this had meant that Mad Catz had managed to claw its way back from bankruptcy and now it seems that those assumptions were indeed …

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