SteelSeries seems to have worked out their new favorite niche recently, between their World of Warcraft, and StarCraft II themed products. Add another couple of products to that list, with the R.U.S.E
<img src="http://www.crunchgear.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/02/mouse-pad.jpg" />Here's a pretty easy DIY project, for someone so inclined. I'll be honest, after checking around a bit on the price of c
<img src="http://www.crunchgear.com/wp-content/uploads/2009/09/scratch-n-sniff.jpg" alt="scratch-n-sniff" title="scratch-n-sniff" />We've been hearing for what feels like decades about the "paperless"
Quickie: A paper-thin gaming mouse pad that stays in place thanks to a sticky backside and a surface that really does improve mouse tracking. And the Razer Shpex is only $15.
Tokyo-based Kokuyo today announced a set of PC accessories [JP] that will make the heart of every Snoopy fan beat faster. The devices will hit Japan (and Japan only) December 22. Snoopy is featured on
Like the gorgeous designer keyboards we featured a while ago from this same site, this angled wooden keyboard is very good-looking but pretty overpriced. There isn’t a lot of info there, like wh
USB hub, which means it needs an AC adapter. You snap on the plastic arch, which holds the old school telephone receiver-style cord of the mouse in place. The mouse itself has a really wide wing on th
Mouse pads are a dime a dozen, but we bet yours doesn’t have a four-port USB hub. Right? That is, unless you’ve already purchased one of these Lindy Illuminated pads, in which case we apol