Computer Gaming Accessories

by Steven Wong ·Posted 07/26/2022
With the launch of the Aurora Collection, Logitech combines style, comfort, and performance into a unique set of gaming peripherals. Comprising a G705 wireless mouse, wired G713 and wireless G715 mechanical keyboards, and the G735 wireless headset, these peripherals feature a matching mist-white finish and a compact form that enhances the look and feel of your
by Steven Wong ·Posted 06/28/2021
When you're facing down giant creatures in fantastic open worlds or going toe-to-toe against live opponents in fast-paced competition, having the 27" LG UltraGear 27GP850-B monitor helps to ensure smooth and immersive experiences. LG UltraGear 27GP850-B 27" 16:9 Adaptive-Sync QHD 165 Hz HDR IPS Gaming Monitor Designed with
by M. Brett Smith ·Posted 05/26/2021
In the span of a few short weeks, Oculus has released not one but two major software updates for the Oculus Quest 2. Firmware versions v28 and v29 unlock several new features and modes for the popular VR platform, including wireless PC streaming via Air Link, 120Hz support, and the new “Live Overlay” feature—just to name a few.
by John Foldi ·Posted 05/12/2021
HTC unveiled its latest VR headset in the prosumer space today with the release of the VIVE Pro 2. This second iteration in the VIVE Pro series delivers a drastic increase in optics, with higher resolution per eye, a wider FOV, and increased refresh rate, which solidifies the VIVE Pro 2 as a go-to headset for premium PC-VR content.
by Shawn C. Steiner ·Posted 02/16/2021
Gaming is getting huge. A natural result of that is equipment being designed explicitly for gamers. One such brand is WD with its WD_BLACK series of products. Yes, they are great for gaming, but I want to say that these are genuinely good products that are worth a look for other industries. In particular, it was the Thunderbolt™ 3-equipped D50 Game Dock that caught my eye as a great option for creatives who need speedy storage and a
by Lawrence Neves ·Posted 11/18/2020
Gamers are a tough bunch to shop for. They’re one of the few consumer groups that a) buys their own equipment almost exclusively; b) are very particular about what they buy; and c) enjoy comfort as much as they do gaming. Luckily for us, Spieltek understands the struggle is real for gamers, and they have developed a line of
by Steven Wong ·Posted 11/05/2020
AMD stepped into the next generation of high-performance computing power with the launch of the Ryzen 5000 series desktop processors. Featuring “Zen 3” 7nm architecture, the Ryzen 5 5600X, Ryzen 7 5800X, Ryzen 9 5900X, and
by M. Brett Smith ·Posted 02/25/2020
Since its reemergence in 2012, the virtual reality (VR) market has experienced a significant amount of growth. Recently, the pace of that growth has accelerated, thanks in part to improved technologies, better content, and lower costs of equipment. However, despite its growing influence, VR remains, for many, a new and unfamiliar technology. To help educate those who might be interested in VR, we’ve put
by Patrick Chiang ·Posted 01/07/2020
Starting 2020 off with big news at CES, AMD announced the Radeon RX 5600 XT , the not-so-secret Ryzen Threadripper 3990X, its renewed focus on portables, and much more. Designed for 1080p gaming, the AMD Radeon RX 5600 XT is a notch above the RX 5500 XT, offering maxed-out graphics performance and high frame rates for AAA and eSports titles. The AMD RX
by Patrick Chiang ·Posted 07/01/2019
When was the last time you played a couch co-op game with your friends? If you’re like me, someone who stopped buying consoles ages ago, it’s probably been a while. You might have even noticed the slow decline of split-screen titles. Couch co-op was my childhood, though, and an experience I’ve missed. From GoldenEye 007 to Super Smash Bros., or even Halo, these games bring me back to a time when gaming meant gathering at a friend’s house and also eating all their food. Now that we’re adults, it’s much harder to plan meetups, especially when
by Patrick Chiang ·Posted 04/05/2019
If you’ve been living under a rock and haven’t heard of Apex Legends, then here’s your wake-up call. While it doesn’t have the player base compared to big titles like Fortnite or PUBG, probably because it’s not available on mobile (yet?), “Ape Legs,” as at least two of us in the office like to call it, isn’t fighting this battle sitting down. In less than one week of a February release, Apex has amassed more than 25 million players—and 50 million within a month. In March, Respawn Entertainment was ready with Apex Legends Season 1 – Wild
by Patrick Chiang ·Posted 01/09/2019
Razer, the company that's almost become synonymous with PC gaming, has released lots of new goodies at CES 2019. Making more than just peripherals now, Razer has its Blade lineup of laptops and is expanding even further, to incorporate as much of the PC market. Razer Blade 15 The updated Razer Blade 15 is now equipped with NVIDIA GeForce RTX 20-series graphics cards for even more on-the-go gaming performance. The latest top-tier models will feature an 8th Gen Intel© Core™ i7-8750H six-
by William Min ·Posted 10/30/2018
Whether you’re a casual gamer, a hardcore veteran, a streamer, or just a member of the general populace, you’ve probably heard of the game Fortnite, from Epic Games. From the Fortnite Dance Challenge to popular Fortnite streamer Ninja (real name Tyler Blevins) going on Ellen, Fortnite has become the mainstream game to play. This immensely popular game is currently the number-one streamed game on Twitch (at the time this was written) and had nearly 80 million players in the month of August 2018 alone. If you don’t know what Fortnite Battle
5 Views ·Posted 03/23/2018
Check in with Doug Guerra and Mendy Paul, from B&H, as they discuss B&H’s sponsored gaming competition they hosted in the Event Space, with partner SpaceStation Gaming. B&H hooked up several pro gamers with custom rigs and let them battle it out for a chance to a Super NES system. Watch the video to see all of the exciting action and custom gear. 
by Patrick Chiang ·Posted 12/04/2017
So, you just started playing competitive online games on the PC, yet you keep getting “rekt” in every match. Sound familiar? Well, aside from your lack of experience and skill, it might be because the veterans have a few tricks or two up their sleeves. Now, before you start getting salty and accuse people of cheating, you too can wield this mighty power—at a price, of course. Here to assist you are Logitech’s G-series gaming peripherals, designed to provide you with the accuracy, precision, and features many gamers use to reach the top of the