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The Razer Blade is kind of the PC market's answer to consoles. You have a ready to use machine that will meet all your gaming needs -- at home or on the go. Though all gaming laptops lack a certain bit of future-proofing, Razer's systems are known for their design, power, functionality, and ease of use. The latest model may seem like a second-string runner up to the Pro, but what it lacks in extras it more than makes up for with elegance and strength. Simply put, the Razer Blade is the industry standard for laptop gaming.
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Many games of today are sporting the oh so popular retro, 8/16-bit look. So shouldn't the way we play them also follow suit? At least that's what accessories maker Hyperking is thinking.

Coming next month is their line of Pixel Art Controllers, for the PC and Mac, which resemble Super Nintendo inputs, but in low resolution. You know, like 8/16-bit games.

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Perpetually emerald gaming peripheral maker, Razer has announced a new set of ear buds that promise to bring the boom for all your favorite video games. The Hammerhead Pro packs a mighty punch for such a tiny package and they're great for gaming as well as daily use.
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Logitech-G700s

When I reviewed the G500s Gaming Mouse, I may have overstretched the idea that it would be the last gaming mouse you'd ever need. It's a fantastic little guy with tons of bell and whistles to meet almost any of you gaming needs; however, it does have one slight downside -- it's still wired. However, Logitech has your back with the G700s Rechargeable Wireless Gaming Mouse!
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Over the last several months I've gotten back into PC gaming, and as such, I've been on the market for some peripherals to replace my aging gear. Fortunately, the good people over at Logitech have provided several new PC periphs for all your gaming needs. Having whipped up hundreds of computer accessories, ranging from keyboards to mice to speakers, since the 8o's Logitech is no stranger to the gaming scene and odds are that you've come across one of their devices at some point. Logitech's G Series, the latest batch of higher-end gaming peripherals, touch on their "Science wins" branding focusing on unique materials and mathematically precise functionality in hopes of improving your game. Enter the G500s Laser Gaming Mouse, probably the last gaming mouse you'll ever need.

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If you're looking to grab a new wireless Xbox 360 controller that's not exactly the same as the gamepads all of your friends have, Walmart may be the place to go. Seriously. The raging deer hunter inside you will especially love the Xbox 360 Special Edition Camouflage Wireless Controller.

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I'm at a crossroads here. On the one hand, these custom Mega Man themed controllers are pretty awesome and I feel I should share them with you. On the other hand, I want them for myself and for every new person that sees this post, is another potential threat against me owning these. At any rate, you and me and every other mega-fan have 5 days left to bid.
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Pro gaming peripheral maker, Razer, occasionally dabbles in branded merch. More often, these new peripherals are a recolored version of an existing product. If showing off your love for a particular game or franchise is your thing, then this League of Legends Naga Hex should fit the bill quite nicely.
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Not too much has changed from Charles' original review but if you're still looking for a way to prove your video game mastery via video, the HD PVR 2 1512 is a solid choice for cost-conscience customers. With minimal installation time, you'll soon have dozens of neat video packages to show off on YouTube or even burned to disc.

The whole package comes with everything you need- the PVR box, HDMI and component cables, and editing software. Set up isn't too tricky with clear visual guides for even the thickest of heads, as most of the work comes from figuring out which cord goes where and then installing the latest capturing software patches to your PC. The one downside is that there isn't first party software for you Mac users out there. However, if you go to Hauppauge's site there's a list of 3rd party solutions at a reasonable cost. Fortunately, I have a PC so I can't vouch for the effectiveness of these apps but I hear they work well enough.
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Razer seems to always have a newer, better, more responsive controller just behind a curtain and the latest product from their testing lab proves to be a great addition to anyone seeking a competitive edge- for a price. Titled "Sabertooth," it iterates on the "Onza" in a few useful ways while also providing several mappable buttons for a customized playing interface for many of your gaming needs. It's a neat controller but is it worth a buy? Find out after the jump.
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