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Alienware Alpha Intel-Powered Gaming PC Console @ HotHardware

  We first caught wind on the Alienware Alpha in the lead-up to Valve’s Steam Box announcements, prior to the Consumer Electronics Show. If you’re unfamiliar with the Alienware Alpha, it is a sleek, small form factor gaming PC, designed specifically for gamers. Valve is not quite ready with Steam OS or the Steam Controller, […]

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Asus Echelon Forest Gaming Headset Review @ Kitguru

Asus tends to be very well known for its PC hardware but the company also makes a wide range of very good gaming peripherals as well. Today we are going to take a look at the latest headset from the Echleon line of camo themed peripherals, featuring multi-platform compatibility, 50mm drivers and a retractable microphone […]

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Corsair Gaming M65 RGB Laser Gaming Mouse Review @ eTeknix

The new Corsair RGB series launched recently. Following on from their successful range of mechanical RGB keyboards, such as the K70 RGB which we reviewed, you can also pick up their new RGB series gaming mice. The Corsair Gaming M65 is at my disposal today and sports the new lighting gear, making them (hopefully) an […]

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Alienware Alpha Review @ TechSpot

The Alienware Alpha is a compact living room gaming PC that suits the gamer wanting better graphics, frame rates, and resolutions on a more consistent basis. On top of this, you get the advantages of gaming on a PC, such as a massive game library, cheaper games and the excellent modding community. http://www.techspot.com/review/934-alienware-alpha/

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How RNG Makes Online Bingo a Fair Game

  There are millions of people who choose to play online gambling games, such as bingo and casino games like roulette, blackjack or poker online. So how can they feel confident that they are playing a fair game when they log in to a game on newlookbingo, comfybingo, www.costabingo.com or any of the other gaming […]

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Cougar Announces 600K Mechanical Gaming Keyboard

Nice looking keyboard, no drivers or software but it’s got Cherry MX keyswitches…

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Turtle Beach Heroes of the Storm PC Gaming Headset Out Now

Never heard of Heroes of the Storm, but it looks neat..

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Tesoro Unveils Excalibur RGB 16.8 Million Color Mechanical Gaming Keyboard

Hmmm… I want one of these for sure…

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Tesoro TIZONA G2N-P Elite Mechanical Gaming Numpad Review @ TestFreaks

Link: http://blog.testfreaks.com/review/review-of-tesoro-tizona-g2n-p-elite-mechanical-gaming-numpad/ Quote: "Today I guess you could say I have part two of the Tesoro Tizona keyboard review I posted yesterday and it’s the Tesoro Tizona G2N-P mechanical numpad. I could have combined the review for both parts but really the numpad is sold separately so it can be used by itself if you […]

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Tesoro Tizona G2N Mechanical Gaming Keyboard Review @ TestFreaks

Link: http://blog.testfreaks.com/review/review-of-tesoro-tizona-g2n-mechanical-gaming-keyboard/ Quote: "Today for review I have the Tesoro Tizona G2N mechanical Gaming Keyboard which is a tenkeyless design and it features Kailh mechanical key switches instead of the common Cherry MX type. The Tizona is a basic and very inexpensive mechanical keyboard that does have some features but not those most have come […]

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