REVIEW – Sony DR-GA500 7.1 gaming headset

Name: DR-GA500 (Sony) Type: 7.1 surround sound gaming headset Specs: (Click here for full specs) Price: £139 direct from Sony Sony enter the crowded PC gaming headset market with their 7.1 surround DR-G500's. With the Sennheiser and Astro brands setting…

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Gerald LynchREVIEW – Sony DR-GA500 7.1 gaming headset

Review: Onkyo HT-S3305 5.1 Home Cinema package

Name: HT-S3305 (Onkyo) Type: 5.1 Home cinema package including 5 satellite speakers, passive subwoofer and HT-R380 A/V receiver Specs: Click here for full specs Price: £299.95 (Richer Sounds) Onkyo's range of one-box home cinema kits have always paired good…

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Gerald LynchReview: Onkyo HT-S3305 5.1 Home Cinema package

Panasonic SC-ZT2 wireless speakers reproduce 7.1 surround from two towers

If you're thinking about splashing out on one of Panasonic's 3D plasma screens, it might be worth shelling out a couple of extra quid for the full cinema experience and grabbing yourself these Panasonic SC-ZT2 speakers. Panasonic claim the SC-ZT2…

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Gerald LynchPanasonic SC-ZT2 wireless speakers reproduce 7.1 surround from two towers

Top Ten Geeky Valentine Presents: For Him

It's that time of year again, where we all rush off to Clinton's for a naff card, a syrupy teddy and a box of Quality Streets for our loved ones. Yep, Valentine's Day rears its sickly head once again,…

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Gerald LynchTop Ten Geeky Valentine Presents: For Him

Philips unveil the BDP7500 Blu-ray player

Philips are set to launch their brand new Profile 2.0 Blu-ray player, the BDP7500 For just £249, Philips have been pretty generous with the amount of high-end features they are packing in. Featuring 1080p 24fps Full HD images, with support…

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Gerald LynchPhilips unveil the BDP7500 Blu-ray player

Logitech shows off its revamped gaming lineup – two keyboards a headset and a mouse

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Next up, it’s Logitech’s turn to show off its new products to the world. They’ve got the G19 keyboard, the G13 gameboard, the G9x mouse and the G35 surround sound headset. I’m going to go out on a limb and assume that the G stands for ‘gaming’, because these are all very squarely focused at PC gamers.

I’ll start with the G19, which we spotted previously, but called the G18. In every other respect, though, it seems to be the same model – it’s got the same 320 x 240 colour LCD, the same 12 macro keys, and the superb “game mode” switch that disables the Windows key so you don’t hit it by accident at a crucial moment. No sign of that D-pad, though.

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Duncan GeereLogitech shows off its revamped gaming lineup – two keyboards a headset and a mouse