ASUS Cerberus: Mouse, Mouse Pad, and Headphone

her response where to buy Dilantin online Cerberus. The name invokes images of 3 headed dogs and infernal judgement in Hades realm. However, the Cerberus we’re reviewing today won’t bite you nor will it condemn you to eternal damnation. The Cerberus line of peripherals, launched recently by ASUS, is a move that does two things: diversifies ASUS portfolio and brings in more competition to the budget gaming peripheral section. One of those two things benefits us as the end user, no points for guessing which. The product briefing sent by ASUS details the products launched in this…

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ASUS Power User and OC Meet: Part 1

The ASUS Power User meet turnout Day 1 We personally love this time of the year, not because of the proximity of Durga Puja and Diwali meaning you could, technically, get twice the number of gifts but because this is the time of the year ASUS holds their Power User and OC meet. The guys over at ASUS did this over the course of a day the last time the meet was held in 2014. This time however they decided to split the meet into two days: One day for…

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ASUS Republic of Gamers Sica and Whetstone Review

  The logo employed by the Republic of Gamers, that of a Red Eye is often synonymous with products that exude quality and are a “tad” bit pricey. Originally limited to Motherboards and GPU’s, Republic of Gamers as a brand has since expanded into the world of gaming peripherals. We took a look at their mid-end offering in the mouse department, the Claw and the Goliathus slayer, Glide here. Their entry level mouse, the Sica, was unveiled at CES 2015 as part of their new lineup of mice: The Spatha and the…

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Asus ROG GR8 Preview

In 2014, Valve announced their Steam Machine venture, an effort to introduce processing power of modern computers into the form factor of a console and then shipping them with a Linux based operating system called the SteamOS. Many Steam Boxes have been envisioned and perfected since then and today we took a look at the ROG GR8. Releasing a SteamBox with a standardized pricing and a common OS would have ramifications that could very well have ramifications stretching upto the very top of the console mound. One of the few…

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Asus Strix Tactic Pro Review

Asus has quite a significant presence in the world of motherboards, graphic cards, notebooks, phones, tablets and computer components. They have a presence in every facet of the computer industry but the effect of their presence in the world of gaming peripherals was a bit lacking to be honest. The RoG line up, while sporting some brilliant motherboards, lagged behind in this aspect. While their diverse range of products were present they were merely adequate and none of the mice or headsets really stood out. With the release of the…

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Asus Strix Claw and Glide Speed review

In 2012, BMW DesignWorks USA and ThermalTake had a joint venture where they designed an entire range of gaming peripherals called the Level 10 series. It consisted of a mouse and a headset specifically designed for what the gamer wanted or more accurately what ThermalTake thought the gamer wanted. The mouse wasn’t a design marvel by any measure of the word but it did have its merits, extremely good ergonomics and a decent sensor rounded up this mouse. Let the idea just sink in, a company that is in the…

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NovaTouch TKL Review

Input devices have come a long way.Long gone are the days of the beige keyboard and roller ball mice. We now have devices that are designed with the help of the same minds behind the BMW cars and Olympic bob sleds. It’d be a understatement to say the scenario has changed. The adage “Old is gold” might not actually apply to anything in the world of technology unless it involved nostalgia as newer technologies that are better than the ones they replace in every aspect. This wasn’t true in the…

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Game Review: Wickland

    Arena shooter. The word itself had grown to become synonymous with games like Quake and Unreal Tournament but the genre itself hasn’t received much love from the game developers over the past few years. Developers find that going in for a more fleshed out single player and multi player experience with flashy gadgets, vehicles and perks nets them more revenue. However, when murmurs of a new Unreal Tournament surfaced, this genre got a new lease of life. Now, with the confirmed release of Unreal Tournament some time in…

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The Vanishing of Ethan Carter Review

The Vanishing of Ethan Carter   Two years ago saw the experimental release of a new genre of game in the form of Dear Esther, a mod for Half Life 2. It was more than just a game it was an experience, the entire game was designed for immersion, from the voice acting to the audio. It followed your character as he wandered around an abandoned island speaking about another character called Esther. The beauty of the game wasn’t the visual fidelity but the open ended narrative that let your…

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