After two weeks of use, I think the Astro A38 is a great set of cans, but I'm not sure it belongs at your gaming rig.
This is the first time I can remember that PC gaming was mentioned at the Intel Developer Forum (IDF) without me reminding an exec we existed.
The creators of a soon-to-be Kickstarter called the DuoScreen have built a prototype laptop dock that, true to its name, houses a fold-out second screen.
There’s a six-core, twelve-thread, unlocked Intel Haswell E processor on its way that doesn’t cost a lot more than the Core i7 4790K.
With Intel and Nvidia releasing brand new, super-exciting products, AMD know they've got some serious work to do.
Having spent a long time using 4K monitors I’ve become a bit jaded about next-gen gaming resolutions.
After building the Large Pixel Collider, we wondered: what if we could build an equally ridiculous but smaller PC suited for playing games on a couch?
Gamers can customize the Nyth with any kind of layout they like—and if you don't like what Roccat has to offer, you can use a 3D printer to whip up your own.
Logitech's G402 Hyperion Fury "Ultra-Fast FPS Gaming Mouse" promises to be the fastest mouse on the planet.
Yes, you can play games at 3840x2160 pixels right now. Yes, 4K monitors are becoming more affordable. But are they worth it?
I’ve been playing around with the Early Access disturb-o-fest that is Darkwood. Last night I had to stop as every hair on my body stood to attention.
Gigabyte’s new gaming offshoot, Aorus, is branching out from slimline gaming laptops and taking a shot at peripherals.