Tag Archives: Gaming Mouse

GIGABYTE Force M63 Raptor Gaming Mouse Review


To win in the game you need to customize your controls for maximum speed and comfort. It is very important to feel in control of your character whether you are playing an FPS game or an RPG. If you think all of the peripherals are equal in performance, comfort or customization; you are wrong. There are numerous types and styles ...

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Aorus Thunder M7 MMO Gaming Mouse & Thunder P3 Gaming Mouse Pad Review

Aorus Thunder M7

Control is all about having a handle on what you’re doing. It seems these days, quite a few people are out of control and may need to be reined back in. Control is having the ability to keep your vehicle in your own lane, control is possessing the ability to keep one’s mouth shut. Control is all about having a ...

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ROCCAT Unveils Tyon, The Next Step in Gaming Mice Evolution

ROCCAT Tyon Mouse 2

ROCCAT Unveils Tyon, The Next Step in Gaming Mice Evolution   Revolutionary gaming mouse provides multi-dimensional gaming control with 16 assignable buttons and 31 distinct functions     ROCCAT™ has once again raised the bar for gaming control and precision with the Tyon, the next step in gaming mice evolution. ROCCAT Tyon offers 16 assignable buttons, 31 distinct possible functions, and ...

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EVGA TORQ X10 Gaming Mouse Review TORQ X10 4250812404985, 843368030230, 901-X1-1103-KR, David Ramsey, EVGA TORQ X10, Gaming Mouse, Review

Gamers drive high-end computing: if you don’t think so, consider the renaissance of (expensive) mechanical keyboards in the last couple of years. Of course gaming mice have been common for a while, and EVGA has just thrown their hat into this very competitive ring with the EVGA TORQ X10 mouse. Boasting a fully ambidextrous design, 9 programmable buttons, an 8200-DPI ...

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Logitech G502 Proteus Core

A good portion of Logitech’s most recent product introductions have really just been refreshes of old products. The G602 wireless mouse was really the only fully new design to come from Logitech in a few years up until very recently. Not too long before I went on vacation Logitech introduced their newest mouse the G502 Proteus Core. Not only is ...

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Bloody RT5A Gaming Mouse Video Review – Video

Here we have the Bloody RT5A gaming mouse by A4Tech, reviewed by Kaeyi Dream, featuring both wired and wireless operation. via Bloody RT5A Gaming Mouse Video Review – Video.

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Thermaltake Tt eSPORTS Level 10 M Hybrid Gaming Mouse & Ladon Gaming Mouse Pad Review | Technology X

It’s often overlooked, but have you ever taken a second to look at your vehicle and picture the amount of hours a person would have had to put in order to design the perfect shape, look and style of your vehicle? Now imagine looking at a new BMW 3 series, and picturing the amount of time it took to perfect ...

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Logitech G502 Proteus Core Tunable Gaming Mouse Review

A couple of weeks ago CCP Games the creators behind the massive EVE Online MMORPG surprised everyone by announcing their latest game prototype called Project Legion which unlike their much acclaimed DUST 514 Multiplayer First Person Shooter PS3 title is to be released solely on PC. Naturally it’s going to be a while before CCP Games manages to even release ...

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Review: SteelSeries Sensei Wireless Gaming Mouse | Custom PC Review

Since then, SteelSeries also unveiled the Sensei [RAW], which removed some of the fancy features of the original Sensei in favor of low pricing, and most recently also unveiled the SteelSeries Sensei Wireless, which utilizes the same Sensei design, but adds wireless for those who simply can’t have the unsightly cord hanging around. via Review: SteelSeries Sensei Wireless Gaming Mouse ...

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Mad Catz R.A.T. TE Gaming Mouse Video Review – Video

Today DaveChaos takes a look at the R.A.T. TE gaming mouse from Mad Catz, featuring the R.A.T. series trademark adjustability, watch the video below. via Mad Catz R.A.T. TE Gaming Mouse Video Review – Video.

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