Keyboard with memory meant to appeal to gamers Video
At CES 2006, we take a look at the Razer Tarantula which is a programmable keyboard for gamers.
Razer's Lycosa gaming keyboard has a lot of promise, and it mostly delivers, thanks to its solid feel, smooth typing, and powerful macro capabilities. However, we wish Razer had paid more attention to the LED lighting, but for strong touch-typing gamers,
A first look at the Switchblade, a mobile PC gaming prototype portable with its own customizable keyboard.
At CES 2006, RazerZone's new mouse for gamers, editors, and designers.
At CES 2010, Jeff Bakalar takes a look at the Razer Sixense Ultra Precision Motion.
What gadgets do CNET users want most? Tom Merritt takes a look. Expect some big surprises!
At CES 2010, Tom Merritt looks at the Smartfish ErgoMotion keyboard.
For digital-video customers, Scientific Atlanta is showing a new box at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas. CNET's Tom Merritt looks at the dual-function MCP-100.
Looking for the gift that will keep on giving for your technophile? CNET's Tom Merritt shows one laptop that also serves as a home entertainment center, the HP Pavilion dv9000t.
The Wolfking Xxtreme might appeal to some hard-core gamers with a more gamer-friendly key layout than a traditional keyboard. However, they would be better off with the much cheaper non-Xxtreme model, which costs half as much.