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How to Assemble Your Own Gaming PC

If you are thinking about building your own gaming PC from components, read this B&H Explora article.

Mobile Gaming: Play Where Life Takes You

Your gaming doesn't have to be limited to the den or living room. Take your games mobile, and read how at B&H Explora.

10 Tips from a Pilot on Building a Flight Simulator Rig

If you have ever wanted to build your own flight simulator rig at home, here's a step-by-step article about what you'll need to get started, at B&H Explora.

Role-Playing and Teamwork: A Beginner’s Guide to MMORPGs and MOBAs

Read about how to get into Massively Multiplayer Online video games (MMO) and Massively Multiplayer Online Role-Playing Games (MMORPG) on B&H Explora.

Keyboards and Mice: Finding the Right Fit

There are a few sayings you may have heard that are worded something like, “You’re only as good as your tools,” and “If you take care of your tools, they’ll take care of you.” For PC gamers, that’s about half right. The other half, of course, is skill and the time spent sharpening it; however, there’s nothing wrong about gearing up with new weapons that’ll help you rain down destruction on your enemies. If you’re gaming on the PC, you’re already spending plenty of time using a mouse and keyboard anyway, so why not have them work for you?

A First-Person Shooter: Getting into Gaming’s Most Infamous Genre

Want to get into First-Person Shooter (FPS) video games? Solo or Multiplayer? Read this article on B&H Explora to find out how and what you need to play.

Recommended Keyboards and Mice for Serious Gamers

When you really get down to it, the most fundamental difference between video game systems is their input method. Some people swear by their DualShocks; others couldn’t live without the Xbox design. Some people spend a portion of each day lamenting the demise of the Gamecube controller. But get into an argument about controllers, and you’ll inevitably have some nay-sayer, blind to the idea that other people might possibly have differing opinions, chime in and tell you about the only way to game: the mouse and keyboard.

Announcing the User-Upgradeable Razer OSVR Hacker Dev Kit v1.4

CES 2013 Wrap-Up: Tablets, Computers and Everything in Between

Last year at CES, it was all about the Ultrabook. Ultrathin and ultraportable but yet still powerful enough to be used as a capable computer, the Ultrabook was everything people wanted in a notebook. Now it seems that CES 2013 was all about the mobile all-in-one computer.

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