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Patriot Viper V570 and V570 Blackout Edition Gaming Mice Review  - PCSTATS.com Patriot Viper V570 and V570 Blackout Edition Gaming Mice Review
Wed, Jan 24 2018 | 9:01AM | Filed under: Mouse Pads| PermaLink Posted by: STAFF

In the early days of PC gaming, users were stuck using whatever mouse they could find, as mice made specifically for gaming were nowhere on the radar. Thankfully we have moved beyond that, and are now at a place where gaming peripherals of all sorts are available for PC gamers. Many PC hardware companies have been expanding their offerings in the last few years to include gaming products, and Patriot is right there with them. Patriot’s Viper Gaming line not only includes peripherals like mice and keyboards, but also includes their Viper DDR3 and DDR4 memory as well. As these gaming peripherals have become more and more advanced, we have seen their feature sets expand to include not only additional performance-enhancing features, but visual enhancements as well. The Patriot Viper V570 Gaming Mouse brings both form and function into a single product, which we will be taking a look at in this review. The Viper V570 is available in a standard V570 model, as well as a V570 Blackout Edition, which eschews a few red buttons and highlights for an all-black design. Are the flashy looks and lights of the V570 paired up with enough performance features that matter to provide a solid gaming mouse? Read along to find out!"

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