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Apple’s iPad Pro looks identical to a MacBook with this $200 keyboard and trackpad case

Now that Apple has given its iPads official mouse support, case makers are adding trackpads to their keyboard cases. This one looks like a MacBook.
The Samsung CRG9 is a symbol of what's possible with video games, and console gamers should be a little jealous.

Six months with Samsung’s crazy $1,300 ultra-wide gaming monitor — it’s a symbol of peak video gaming entertainment

Samsung's crazy $1,300 ultra wide gaming monitor is a visual celebration of your video games, and I don't think it's too expensive for what it offers.

After using this strange $50 glowing mouse full of holes to play games on PC, I can never go back to regular mice

I typically use wireless mice because I dislike the drag and weight from cables, but the Glorious Model O's cable barely fees like it's there.

Samsung made a super-ultrawide monitor that even the most powerful gaming PC probably can’t keep up with

Sorry, but Samsung's Odyssey G9 super-ultrawide monitor is too powerful and too much screen for your PC to handle.
The Razer Turret set is fully wireless and perfect for use in the living room.

Razer designed a $250 wireless keyboard and mouse combo for Xbox One, and it’s perfect for living room gaming

Some Xbox One games, like "Fortnite," now support keyboard and mouse on Xbox One, and the Razer Turret is the first combo designed for the console.

This large, chunky keyboard with an ugly wire sticking out of it is perfect for those who don’t like Apple’s recent keyboards

It doesn't look very Apple-like, but it's a lot nicer to type on than Apple's own keyboards, and it has dedicated Mac keys, too.
Wondering what it might look like using a mouse and keyboard with a home game console? Here's just one example.

The Xbox One is getting a huge new feature that gamers have wanted forever

For years, people have asked for keyboard and mouse support on home video game consoles. In 2018, Microsoft is finally giving in and adding support for the PC peripherals.