The term module can mean little more than changing surface pieces, but EpicGear takes it to a whole new meaning with the Morpha X. You can choose whether you like optical or laser for gaming, which switch type is best for clicks, and you can change weight. It's practically two mice in one!
You might think a company that isn't known for audio would have trouble making a great headset and you'd be wrong. EpicGear brings amazing additions to the market with the Thunderouz and Melodiouz. The former has a built in amplifier, great for bass and sound stage, while the Melodiouz has surprising audio for earbuds.
The Zora isn't much to look at by itself, but the price and performance make it a very compelling option for a gaming mouse. The Skorpios Bungee looks cool, but is more suited to those who have little desk space. EpicGear shows they want to compete with the market if they can keep up their momentum.
Getting a mechanical keyboard is the first step to better gaming. Finding a keyboard that lowers reaction time is better and that's exactly what the EpicGear Defiant does. Their MMS Keyswitches have a low actuation point making them great competitive online matches.
Dual sensor gaming mouse for the discerning crowd.