Choosing a mouse for your PC can prove tricky with the sheer number of options available. Luckily, we've got you covered with our short list of best wireless mice of 2016, including our top mouse: the Logitech MX Master.
Gaming on a PC with a mouse and keyboard is common, but when it comes to Massive Online Battle Arena (MOBA) titles, such as DOTA and League of Legends, you may want to upgrade to a specially-designed mouse.
Purchasing a laptop without topping out on the best specification doesn't necessarily mean you're out of luck when it comes to future proofing. There are plenty of laptops out there that can be upgraded. Here's how to can tell if you can do the same.
Using a mouse mat on a daily basis can lead to the surface becoming clogged with all sorts of particles, be it dust, food, or other substances. This can interfere with mouse operation and reduce performance. Here's how to clean your mouse mat.
Should you be heading out for a road trip or travelling abroad, there's always a reason to bring with you a battery pack to keep various electronic equipment topped up on charge, including your smartphone. Jackery's Thunder battery pack is just £16!
Microsoft has two official mail apps for Windows 10. Windows Mail is the free offering that ships with the OS and is available through the Windows Store, while Outlook is part of the company's Office 365 suite.
Say hello to the Razer Gigantus, the company's rather large mouse mat. Similar in design to the Goliathus, where the Gigantus differentiates is how it has been specifically designed with eSports in mind. And for a mouse mat it's really, really good.
Intel's Core i5-7600K is our choice as the best CPU (Central Processing Unit) you can buy today. This is thanks to the balance between affordability and power with the option to overclock to get even more out of the processor.