Android tablets are everywhere. There are tons of options out there for buyers, so for a new tablet to make its way to the market and make a splash, it needs to do something original and exciting. Enter the Wikipad, a new 7-inch Android tablet with something of a twist. While the tablet portion of the device might seem pretty standard, it features a dedicated gaming controller attached directly to it. Best of all, we are giving one of you lucky readers this brand new gaming tablet!
Say the words “motion controller” to any serious gamer, and they’ll screw their face up and scream gimmick. The WiiMote, Playstation Move, Xbox Kinect – none of these have made any real difference outside of casual and fitness gaming. Which makes it even more surprising to learn that Razer – a company traditionally known for pro-gaming accessories – also produces a motion controller for PCs. This is the Razer Hydra, but how does it hold up for real gaming, and is it an essential bit of kit? Find out in this review, then join the giveaway to win a free unit!
Next to a good keyboard, a mouse is one of the most important tools in a PC gamer’s toolbox. For some genres, a mouse is even more important than a keyboard. After all, it allows the player to interact with the game in the most direct way. This is where the Razer Naga 2012 and the Logitech G600 come into play. I will look at each mouse individually, and then compare them head to head, to see which one wins out as the ultimate MMO gaming mouse. Keep reading to find out! And we’re giving both of them away!
Use your WiiMote as a gamepad for your Android tablet or phone. Touch screens are great for some games, but for others you just need tactile response. So, if you prefer to do your gaming on an Android device I highly recommend the free app WiiMote Controller. It’s easy to set up, and mimics an Android keyboard – so it works with most games.