Windows 8's radical changes may be hard to get used to at first, but all the new features and hardware makes shopping for early adoptees a breeze.
If you want to get the most from your desktop or laptop, you’'ll need to look beyond speeds and feeds, and pick the right peripherals.
Gamepads. Headsets. Mice. Mechanical keyboards. Delight the deserving gamer in your life with equipment that ups the fun quotient.
PCWorld's editors select the year's best PC-related components and peripherals.
Logitech delivers an affordable high-end gaming peripheral that any gaming enthusiast can love.
Mousotron lets you track your typing and mousing distance and compare them with other users.
Free utility X-Mouse Button Control lets you reprogram just about every aspect of your mouse, including the often-overlooked middle button.
With 17 configurable buttons the Naga is almost certainly more mouse than you need, but for serious gamers that may not be a bad thing.
CIO.com blogger Paul Mah uses--and reviews--a lot of gadgets, many of which quickly make their ways into a drawer or onto a shelf after their initial novelty wears thin. But some electronics are essential. Here's a list of the five productivity gadgets Mah simply cannot do without.