Entries in 'peripherals' (18)
MCV takes a look at the best accessories heading to UK retail. This week, we FREQ out over a new Mad Catz headset and get to grips with a fresh ...
MCV takes a look at the best accessories heading to UK retail. This week, we check out a militarised Xbox One controller and sit down with a pro keyboard from ...
This Q4 is a new season for racing games, with big titles like Forza Horizon 2, DriveClub, F1 2014 and The Crew hitting the grid. MCV buckles up and hits ...
MCV takes a look at some of the accessories and peripherals making their way to retail this Q4
Christmas is three months away, and retailers need to be prepared for the influx of consumers looking for accessories and peripherals.
Dextra Robotics has unveiled a new peripheral of sorts for VR platofrms that would allow users to experience a sense of touch with virtual objects.
Razer has released an open beta for new data tracking functionality in its Synapse software.
Playing titles competitively is becoming an increasingly desirable career for many gamers. MCV looks at the pro-gaming products you should be stocking
Steering wheels, fight and flight sticks are potentially a good investment for retailers, with a slew of new releases supporting them. MCV looks at the best products on the market ...
MCV is putting together a guide of the biggest accessories, merchandise and peripherals heading to market this Christmas.
Gaming peripherals maker Mad Catz has partnered with Origin Games to bring its range of products to India.
Microsoft says that it has introduced new technology to support Xbox One compatible racing wheels.
Valve's hardware announcements last week concluded with the unveiling of a new controller optimized for Steam and Steam Machines devices.
Milestone Interactive has expanded its gaming operations into the peripherals business with its own brand – trriger.
Entatech has launched Ministry of Gaming, an initiative that brings accessories brands such as Mad Catz, AMD and Gigabyte together as one buying group.
Distributor Entatech has launched a new gaming initiative to help invigorate the peripherals market.
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