On the heels of our recent Computex visit in Taipei, we have some new products to review, one of which is a brand called Ozone Gaming Gear. Taking a peek at their website, they sell many gaming peripherals such as mice, keyboards and headsets. In this particular article, we will be reviewing their Radon Opto wired USB gaming mouse. Now I have to be honest, brand wise, this was a new one on me. Doing some research online, it appears this is a popular brand over in Europe, but their products are available for sale here in the states.
Every good gamer should look past their desktop and laptop to their interface, namely the mouse and headset. As important as it is for you to be able to effectively and precisely move when in a game it is equally important for you to be able to hear when your enemies fire or run at you. A good headset is critical to your gaming experience. We took the Ozone Onda ST out for a spin and show you why it earns our TechwareLabs Gold Award. See why we liked this product so much.
As the popularity of the eSports movement continues to rise, more and more manufacturers are looking to the demand for quality PC peripherals as a market to be served. Thermaltake, who have long catered to the PC gaming enthusiast, have reacted to this trend by establishing the Tt eSPORTS brand. Today, we'll be looking at one of their high end entries in the gaming keyboard market, the MEKA G1.
With the prominence of StarCraft II, League of Legends and other e-sports-minded games on the rise, many companies are looking to get in on the action with e-sports branded and themed peripherals. Thermaltake is so jazzed about the idea, they spun off a separate imprint for the purpose, Tt eSPORTS. Under that label, they're putting out a fairly broad range of keyboards, mice, headsets, mousepads, and other gaming accessories. Today we'll be taking a look at the entry level keyboard in this new lineup, the Tt eSPORTS Challenger.
In the world of computer-based gamers, having a sweet rig is only half the battle. You're only as good as your Mouse/Keyboard/Monitor. Now, we all know of some other brands that really make buying a mouse a decision between the mouse or gas for the month. Gigabyte has come up with a solution: A comfortable mouse that doesn't break the bank. On top of that, it has some of the features of a gaming mouse: On-the-Fly adjustable DPI, 5 programmable buttons, and 4-way tilt. All this for ~$22.00? Lets take a closer look at the Gigabyte GM-M6900.
Is it time to start pursuing mobile gambling? Any new technology may bring with it some trepidation and any new way of doing things may have its own advantages and disadvantages. Mobile gambling is no different. There are pros and cons to this kind of casino gambling and every player has to figure out for themselves whether the pros are worth the cons.