The Diamond Multimedia GC 1000 ($140) promises to record your gaming exploits in full high-definition glory, effortlessly. And it delivers, more or less.
This headset is tuned for gaming, and delivers a strong value proposition —whether you’re on a console, handheld device or PC. Still, audiophiles can likely find better equipment for movies or music at a similar price.
Firaxis streamlines a classic tactical strategy game without losing any of the challenge, complexity, or terror of the original.
Morrowind is the third chapter in the popular Elder Scrolls series, but time has not been kind to the game’s decade-old engine. Fortunately, enterprising fans have stepped in.
This high-end Xbox 360 controller feels great and includes plenty of hardcore gamer-friendly features, but you'll pay a premium price for it.
Sparing no expense, the latest iteration of Maingear's Shift Super Stock delivers on all counts: solid performance, accessibility, singular design, and stunning good looks.
This liquid-cooled juggernaut is a tad excessive--in all the right ways.
Melissa Riofrio dishes out some interesting info about who's got horrible printer ink prices and who doesn't. Ginny rants and raves about Nokia's hot new Windows Phone, and we all shrug about the debut of Instagram on Android.
Intel's Sandy Bridge processors are still the popular kids on the block, but the new Sandy Bridge Extreme Edition has arrived, taking top honors on our performance PC benchmarks.
All-in-one PCs are zippy, stylish, and just plain practical. Here's why your next PC probably won't be a tower.
Mark tells us what was new at SXSW, Melissa raves about the iPad display but points out battery problems, and Nate enthuses about Nvidia's efficient new GeForce GTX 680.
A desktop running Windows 8 Consumer Preview started up faster and generally ran faster than the same desktop running Windows 7.