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  1. No matter what kind of games you sacrifice your Saturdays to, from action GP to FPS, good sound makes any gaming experience better. Even if you already have high-end speakers for your PC, a gaming headset is still necessary for the richer audio experience. 1. Wired or wireless gaming headsets One of the most important choices you will make when choosing a gaming headset is whether or not to go wireless. We're all conditioned to think that what costs more is inherently better - wireless certainly costs more - but there are pros and cons to both options. Wireless connections elimina
  2. The choice of your PC is not only about the central unit. Sometimes, users will be unaware that purchasing a suitable PC monitor plays an essential role in terms of performance and comfort. For example, Blu-ray enthusiasts will not seek the same benefits as gamer or office software users. Here are the key points to consider when buying a PC monitor. PC screens are now available at reasonable prices, with sizes of 20, 21, 27 inches or more. However, the quality is not always there. The standards proposed by the manufacturers are not necessarily the standards to which the most attention sh
  3. In computer science, the term "mouse" refers to a control device held in the palm of the hand, connected to a computer and whose movement on a surface causes the movement of a cursor on the screen. It thus makes it possible to point to elements displayed on the screen and to select them by clicking. In the 1960s, Douglas Carl Engelbart, an American engineer, invented the mouse. It then looks like a wooden box with two wheels and a button and connected to the computer by a wire. It was then not until the end of the 1970s that Jean-Daniel Nicoud, a Swiss computer scientist, developed the f
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