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  • Sony Project Morpheus

    Sony Project Morpheus

    We test drive Sony's virtual reality headset for the PlayStation 4. 1

  • Sony PlayStation 4

    Sony PlayStation 4

    CNET Rating7.5

    The PS4 has beautiful graphics and a near-perfect controller, but it might be wise to wait for more titles and features before you buy. 3

  • Microsoft Xbox One

    Microsoft Xbox One

    CNET Rating7.0

    The Xbox One goes beyond gaming, but at launch, it doesn't quite deliver a knockout blow. We suggest you wait for improvements, but for now, the Xbox One is better suited to forgiving early adopters. 2

  • Nintendo 2DS

    Nintendo 2DS

    CNET Rating7.0

    At AU$149, the 2DS offers a huge array of compelling software and makes for a great entry-level gaming system to the uninitiated first-time gamer. Just be sure to buy a protective case along with it, too.

  • Razer Lachesis (5600dpi)

    Razer Lachesis (5600dpi)

    CNET Rating9.0
    User Rating8.0

    If you need an ambi mouse, the Lachesis should be on your list of rodents to check out. 2

  • Batman: Arkham City Batarang Controllers

    Batman: Arkham City Batarang Controllers

    Bluemouth Interactive has announced official Batarang controllers for the Xbox 360 and PS3 consoles to coincide with the release of Batman: Arkham City.

  • uDraw GameTablet

    uDraw GameTablet

    CNET Rating7.8

    It's doubtful that the uDraw will provide an entirely new platform for Wii games, but it's a nice accompaniment to the Wii that focuses more on creativity than games.

  • SteelSeries Xai Laser

    SteelSeries Xai Laser

    CNET Rating9.0

    The Xai is an excellent product that proves a mouse doesn't need to be custom-moulded to the right hand to be good for gaming. Throw in the detailed control panel and excellent performance, and you have a mouse that's well worth parting your hard-earned cash on.

  • SteelSeries 9HD mouse mat

    SteelSeries 9HD mouse mat

    CNET Rating9.0

    The 9HD is an excellent product that deserves a place on any gamer's desk. Those who haven't used a mouse mat for years may shirk at the cost, but for the rest of us, this should help step up your game.

  • Sony PSP Go

    Sony PSP Go

    CNET Rating7.1
    User Rating6.4

    We love its slimmer, sexier, more pocket-friendly shape, as well as its pause and restore anywhere feature, but the PSP Go doesn't quite add enough to the mix to justify its price tag. 39

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