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Tt eSPORTS Black Laser Mouse review - PCSTATS.com Tt eSPORTS Black Laser Mouse review
Sat, Mar 05 2011 | 9:00AM | Filed under: Mouse Pads| PermaLink Posted by: STAFF

What do you get when you combine a good gaming computer with a good gaming keyboard? A good gaming experience. How about combining a good gaming computer with a good gaming mouse? Another good gaming experience. However, have you ever thought about combining both a good gaming keyboard and a good gaming mouse with a good gaming computer? Over the course of many years in the gaming industry, I have put very little thought into whether gaming peripherals would ever help me enhance my in-game performance. Ever seen a pro in a Toyota Corolla beat a BMW M3 noob at the local track? (That is, in real life, by the way.) I have always come across peripherals more along the lines of productivity, as I once believed productivity peripherals were worth my money over any kind of gaming peripherals in the market. Being a hardcore gamer myself, I found that in many cases, I was more of a console gamer than a PC gamer -- that is, until just recently, when I began to show much interest in PC gaming as well. Then I began to understand why PC gaming peripherals are a necessity. And to better enhance my understanding of all the stuff going on in the gaming world, in addition to all the excellent keyboards and mice I already own, I also recently reviewed the Tt eSPORTS Meka G1 mechanical gaming keyboard and the Gigabyte Aivia K8100 gaming keyboard. But one thing seems to missing from the bigger picture as far as my review career is concerned. And the answer to this is simply that I am missing a gaming mouse! In conjunction with the line of Tt eSPORTS products, Thermaltake introduces their Tt eSPORTS Black gaming mouse. Featuring a slick rubber coated surface, a braided cotton cord, as well as various other features, Thermaltake intends on providing the best for gamers and give some of the big boys a nice challenge. Adding this /////AMG BLACK (inspired) mouse in combination with my 'Lamborghini' Aivia K8100 keyboard, only one question comes to my mind: How much supercar power does it pack under the hood? Well, you will have to keep your eyes busy to find out!

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