VX4 and WX4 review – Gioteck’s Fortnite inspired controllers

Official controllers can often be quite expensive, and so a high number of people take to looking to third-party manufacturers for cheaper alternatives. We reviewed Gioteck’s WX4 switch controller back in November, but now it has had a new lease…

Genesis Xenon 770 Hybrid gaming mouse review

Genesis. Hearing the name probably makes you think of the first story in the old testament, or Phil Collins’ band before he went solo. But it’s also the name of a Polish-based gaming accessories and peripherals manufacturer looking to break…

GameSir G6s mobile controller review

Back in September, you may remember us sharing news of the GameSir G6s mobile gaming controller launch. This was no ordinary Bluetooth controller to connect up to your iPhone. It was marketed as the world’s first mobile gaming controller whose…

Sandberg’s compact Wifi Dongle impresses

If the wireless network connection is not so powerful, or perhaps the computer doesn’t have an option for connecting to Wifi, the new Wifi dongle from Sandberg can solve the problem. This is an incredibly powerful dongle! It supports simultaneous…

Wireless Chargers – They don’t have to look nerdy

Sandberg introduces a range of wireless chargers that are not only top-notch in terms of technology, but also blend in at home. We all know what a mobile charger looks like normally, and frankly, it is often obvious that professionals…

Alfawise Cartoon Face 32GB SD Card review

It’s not the most glamorous thing we’ve reviewed, nor the most expensive. But, the Alfawise Cartoon Face 32GB SD Card is probably the cheapest card of its size that we’ve seen. But, will it turn out that as often can…

GameSir launch new G6S iPhone gaming controller

Gamesir, a leading provider in innovative, high-quality game peripherals are pleased to announce that, following on from their successful Indiegogo campaign, the Gamesir G6S for iPhone is fully available. The rise of battle royale games such as Fortnite and PUBG…

Wired Gigabit network from USB courtesy of Sandberg

A new Gigabit adapter from Sandberg enables wired networking on computers with no Ethernet port.  All that’s needed is a USB 3.0 port, which is available on virtually all computers. The new adapter is quite simply an external network card,…

snakebyte Sets Stage for Google Stadia

snakebyte group, leading innovators of consumer electronics hardware, announced today their intention to have a range of gaming controllers and accessories compatible with Google Stadia in time for the launch of the cloud stream service, expected November 2019. A new cloud gaming service…

Bionik Quickshot Trigger Stop (PS4) review

In competitive gaming, players are always trying to get an edge over their opponents. Sometimes it might just be tactical decisions that get them the advantage, but other times it may be the fact they have a super expensive customised…