The SteelSeries Sensei is a great buy for anyone who loves gaming, because it was designed with features that gamers love.
A few minor dual-band issues aside, the D-Link Amplifi Whole Home Router 1000 DIR-645 offers a fast wired speed and a great WiFi range.
Slick and sleek, the Microsoft Touch Mouse tries to be the PC version of Apple's Magic Mouse, and does so rather well if you can avoid the random sluggishness that can pop up.
If you have deep pockets and are in need of a travel mouse that is easily compatible with a Mac and a PC, the Anywhere Mouse MX from Logitech is probably your best bet.
If you like your PC speakers to look out-of-the-norm, and still want quality sound, the SoundStick III's could be the perfect choice for you.
For those who don't want to spend $100 on an iCade, the Atari Arcade is a cheaper alternative, but still a waste of money
The Logitech Wireless Solar Keyboard K750 is an excellent keyboard that does not require batteries and is wallet-friendly to boot.
If you are in search of a couch friendly mouse, the Logitech Couch Mouse M515 is for you, but at the high price of $50.
The iCade is an awesome but expensive iPad accessory that greatly limits itself with a narrow amount of compatible games from the Atari era.
The Western Digital My Passport Essential SE (1TB) is compact, inexpensive, and gets the job done even though it could use a boost in writing speed.