A successor to the Arctis Pro Wireless has finally landed, and don't worry, this is still the best console headset on the market - ever.
Do you want to look like a giant fly? Then get the most pointless VR product of the last year from HTC...
Finally an original idea for listening to music without isolating from the environment, but it will need to keep evolving.
Panic's colourful system brings some new flair to handheld gaming.
Nokia pushes the envelope with an affordable phone that impressed us.
The latest headset from peripheral manufacturer Trust serves up fundamental features for an affordable price.
This wireless mouse offers a wealth of features at an affordable price tag.
We've taken a look at Trust's latest tenkeyless keyboard to see how it stacks up.
We've put Valve's handheld system through the ringer, and have plenty of thoughts to share about our experience.
Following the release of their Xbox compatible headphones, the Danish audio brand is making its headset more broadly compatible.
These affordable buds boast a low profile design and fair quality audio.
This premium monitor features a display that can run at 4K resolution and up to 144Hz.
Coming from the engineer, Calvin Dent, this gadget adds an extra level of realism to your simracing rig.
This controller boasts some performance-first benefits all at an approachable price.
Chinese motionsim-manufacturer PT Actuator join together with SRS Motion to simulate g-forces and we have the first review in the world.
These reasonably priced earbuds serve up crisp audio and great connectivity, albeit with quite a basic appearance.
In march next year Gran Turismo 7 will finally release for the PlayStation 5 and Fanatec has made an official GT-wheel pack that outclasses everything that Thrustmaster and Logitech offers.
This microphone offers premium quality for a premium price.
This mechanical keyboard is thin, sleek and light and brings a new take on the clicky and loud products in the category.
This premium mouse pushes all the right buttons.
These earbuds from the Chinese tech company EKSA offer a lot of positives in a reasonably priced package.
Sadly, the newer features here are pretty minuscule.
This headset offers great wireless connectivity for a competitive price.
Summer may have ended, but you can always use a beach-ready and portable karaoke/boombox.
It might not be the Switch Pro, but does it still present a worthwhile upgrade?
Simagic's newly released sequential shifter is out and our Swedish editor-in-chief has mounted it to his racing rig and put it through the ringer.
The "in-ear hater" reviews what could very well be the "AirPod-killers".
This is one solid keyboard designed for FPS gamers.
This budget headset punches well above its weight when it comes to comfort and sound.
Dutch manufacturer Heusinkveld has released a brand new rally-handbrake that is really good...
Heusinkveld re-invents their flagship-pedals and by doing so offers up the best pedal-package under £2000 that you can find today..
The 1080p graphics card you can actually buy.
Fanatec is leaving the days of crazy expensive, high-quality sim-racing gear behind, with a brilliant, budget variant.
This TV is best in class when it comes to watching movies and playing games.
With Microsoft Flight Simulator now available on Xbox Series consoles, we've checked out a versaitile simulation peripheral from Thrustmaster.
The latest in-ears from Google are a must-have for any Android user.
Sony's latest flagship device boasts some seriously impressive tech.
The Xbox Series controller features a broad array of RGB and comes with programmable buttons.
This feature-rich keyboard offers maximum flexibility.
Retailing for just £58, this mouse makes for a great cost-conscious option for your setup.
LucidSound's flagship headset may have quite a hefty price tag, but it brings plenty of bells and whistles that offer a bang for your buck.
RTX3090 performance, but at almost the same price.
Does the Fusion Pro have what it takes to take on Nintendo's own Pro Controller?
Swedish company Simrig has topped their already superb SR1-system with a more powerful, more detailed motion-simulation-system for the serious simracing-fanatic.
After hundreds of hours in the Swedish simracing-motion-system, Simrig SR1 we are pleased to report that this system is a market leader in it's price range...
These wireless headphones are pretty much unbeatable at the cost of £90.
B&O has delivered a gaming headset that sacrifices very little of its "B&O-ness".
With rear mappable buttons, PowerA is going for the 'pro' Pro Controller.
It might carry a premium price tag, but it's still a near perfect headset.
Is this officially licensed device on par with Sony's own Pulse 3D Wireless Headset?