Reviewed on November 25, 2008With its 30 programmable buttons, the Sidewinder X6 is solid choice for PC gamers who demand total customization. Its removable keypad is also sure to draw in the gamer who wants control over ergonomic preferences.TAGS:keypad, keyboard, key, games, button, gamer, Microsoft Corp.
Reviewed on June 4, 2009Microsoft's SideWinder X8 isn't the only mouse that can swap seamlessly between wired and wireless modes; however, between its BlueTrack sensor and its on-the-fly macro recording capability--not to mention a competitive price--we imagine few PC gamers won't want to get their hands on it.TAGS:mouse, gamer, design, layout, button, Microsoft Corp., games
Reviewed on July 11, 2006If you're a Project Gotham Racing 3 junkie, the Xbox 360 MC2 Racing Wheel is a decent option to give you an edge, but it does have a few serious issues.TAGS:wheel, pedal, Xbox 360, Microsoft Xbox, games, button, PC
Reviewed on March 20, 2007Logitech finally earns a CNET Editors' Choice award with this update to its flagship gaming mouse. An extra thumb button, an updated laser sensor, and more convenient and flexible customization options than the competition make this mouse easy to recommend to any PC gamer.TAGS:Razer, Logitech, sensitivity, mouse, weight, button, laser, gamer, games, PC
Reviewed on September 26, 2008The HP w2408h True Color Widescreen is a well-priced 24-inch monitor that looks stylish and performs well. Its lack of a DVI port is its only major stumbling block.TAGS:display, HDMI, HP, monitor, movie, games, button, photograph, video
Reviewed on October 11, 2007Usually we're fans of Logitech's gaming mice, but its highest-end G9 Laser Mouse is expensive, overly complex, and lacks the ergonomic thought we've come to expect. If you like to brag about dot-per-inch limits, perhaps the G9's 3,200dpi laser will be enough to sell you, but for the price, we expect the design to match.TAGS:Logitech, grip, mouse, attachment, design, games, button