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Arctic prepares Bluetooth version of popular P402 headset

With its Audi-like looks, comfortable cushions and low pricing, Arctic tells us that the P402 headset has become quite popular among its customers – but the company got a lot of feedback about the fact that a cable was required. Now that’s changing. KitGuru ponders the benefit of a wireless …

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Tt eSPORTS Theron Gaming Mouse Review

Tt eSPORTS is back in search of success with the versatile Theron gaming mouse. Delivery of the best gaming experience possible has been promised by Tt eSPORTS. Can the Theron gaming mouse live up to its advertising? Designed in collaboration with pro gamers, the Theron aims to conquer the peripherals market …

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Microsoft Touch Cover Keyboard getting rave reviews

The Microsoft Surface Tablet has been featured in Global news now since it was announced months ago. The most exciting part of the Surface Tablet design however is with their new magnetic keyboard concept which is offered in two versions. The Touch Cover version is a laser etched soft keyboard …

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Func Surface 1080 refreshed and released

Func is paving the road to make it to the top of the gaming industry. Today marks the reintroduction of a refreshed concept coupled with a completely new upcoming range of innovative products. Func aims to enhance the gaming experience through products designed with functionality in mind. Introducing first, a …

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ROCCAT Unveils ‘Hiro’ 3D Supremacy Surface Gaming Pad

ROCCAT, the German manufacturer of professional gaming accessories, today launched its new high-performance cloth gaming pad – the ROCCAT™ Hiro – 3D Supremacy Surface Gaming Mousepad – the world’s first mousepad to use an advanced new manufacturing process that creates smooth, rounded edges that won’t ever fray, even after extended use. …

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ICY BOX External 2.5″ HDD USB 3.0 Enclosure Review

We have reviewed several USB 3.0 enclosures recently, this time is the turn of a 2.5″ device from ICY BOX. With the price of SSD’s falling constantly, a 2.5″ HDD enclosure has never been more tempting. With a 60 GB SSD recently being retailed at under £30, it certainly wouldn’t …

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Tt eSports Level 10 M Mouse Review

Thermaltake enjoyed plenty of success with their Level 10 computer chassis and it was only a matter of time before they expanded this range into other categories. The partnership with BMW Group DesignworksUSA has produced a new product – the luxurious, eye catching Level 10 M Mouse. There is no …

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Leetgion Hellion Gaming Mouse Review

Originating from Thermalright in 2010, Leetgion is a new player to the peripherals game. Built to offer specialised performance, the company’s Hellion mouse is optimised for RTS gaming. Sporting an Avago 9500 sensor capable of a DPI range from 100 to 5000, the Hellion is accurate and precisely-tracked, giving it …

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ROCCAT release ‘New Mega Mice’

ROCCAT Studios, the Hamburg-based manufacturer of competition gaming peripherals, is set to expand their high-performance mouse portfolio with the upcoming debut of three new game-changing devices: the ROCCAT™ Kone XTD – Max Customization Gaming Mouse, the ROCCAT™ Kone Pure – Core Performance Gaming Mouse and the ROCCAT™ Lua – Tri-Button …

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Kodak prints its last photo

Almost 12 months ago, KitGuru looked around the market and took stock of the various problems that everyone was facing. At the time, we ran a series of stories on the businesses that we felt were most in trouble. Today, we’re hearing that following its Chapter 11 filing earlier this …

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Philips 273E3QH 27″ Full HD E-line AMVA LED Monitor Review

Continuing our voyage through the range of Philips' newly-released monitors, it's the 27" 273E3QH's turn to be scrutinized at our KitGuru labs. Can its AMVA panel and ultra-high contrast ratio guide it to the worthy heights of a successful evaluation? With 27 inches of screen real estate and a promising specifications sheet, is the 273E3QH able to deliver the performance that is required to survive in this sink-or-swim market? Does the 'E' in E-line stand for Excellence or Exaggerated? Read on to find out.

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iControlPad Kickstarter is going well

The Kickstarter funding campaign for the second version of the iControlPad, named the same with a simple “2” added to the end, is going very well, chocking up almost a third of its goal money in less than four days. At the time of writing, it sits at $41,623 with …

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Asus RoG Vulcan Pro Gaming Headset Review

Today we are going to look at Asus' latest gaming headset in the Republic of Gamers line, the Vulcan Pro. It's very similar in design to the Vulcan ANC but with two differences. It boasts a slightly different microphone which is longer and easier to adjust and is supplied with an external USB sound card which features virtual surround sound and a built in headphone amplifier.

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Top quality CM Storm 5.1 headsets now half price

Half priced gamer headsets from CM Storm For extended battles, you really want a decent set of comfortable headphones. CM Storm is the high end gaming brand from Cooler Master and, right now, they’ve lopped off a whopping 50% from the price of one of their biggest selling headsets. KitGuru …

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How little money is there in games hardware?

We keep a pretty good eye on the way the channel operates. Specifically, looking for the deals that are being offered into stores – against what we know the stores sell the products for to customers (i.e. KitGuru readers). One offer in the trade press got us wondering, so we …

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Apple to release new style iPhone5 headphones

It has been a while since I have heard Apple headphones, but my distant memories certainly aren’t too positive. The white headphones may look cool, but when I bought my iPod many years ago I immediately ditched the suckers for a decent pair. According to Vietnamese website Tinhte it looks …

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Sony unveils its own 82in 4k LCD TV

Sony Bravia

Playing catchup to LG, Sony has unveiled its own 4k LCD TV with a whopping 82 inch diagonal screen length – two inches shorter than the rival LG offering. However, while the new Bravia might come up a couple of inches short in one dimension, it maintains the same huge …

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