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Corsair Gaming Scimitar RGB MOBA/MMO Gaming Mouse Review
     Wed, Nov 18 2015 | 11:53A | Mouse Pads | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
Corsair Gaming has been on a major winning streak recently, with the amazing Corsair Void series of headsets being some of the best we’ve ever tested, followed by the incredible Corsair Strafe RGB Cherry MX Silent, which is an incredible keyboard and also one of the quietest mechanical keyboards on the market. So, no stranger to innovation with their latest products, Corsair Gaming are now introducing the Scimitar RGB Optical MOBA and MMO gaming mouse, and it’s pretty special.

G.SKILL RIPJAWS MX780 Gaming Mouse Review
     Tue, Nov 17 2015 | 4:06P | Mouse Pads | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
For those not yet familiar with G.SKILL, they are a company most recognized for their computer memory including value and high performance products. Long-time computer hardware enthusiasts such as ourselves find G.SKILL's move into gaming peripherals a bit of a surprise though we have seen other companies that specialize in memory do the same. We have reasonable expectations that the RIPJAWS MX780 gaming mouse we have for review isn't some cheap stab at the growing gaming peripheral market.

Rantopad FF Gaming Mouse and MAX Aluminum Pad Review
     Sun, Nov 15 2015 | 4:03P | Mouse Pads | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
The FF Gaming Mouse from Rantopad is clearly not in the same league as the other high-end products we have tested in more recent reviews, but comes with good quality materials and is shape is quite comfortable to be used for many hours at a time. While most manufacturers nowadays like to leave the mouse performance customization via software, FF Mouse allows adjustment via two switches on its bottom, for Polling Rate and DPI. At the heart of the mouse we will find the proven Avago A3090 sensor, which can drive the DPI up to 3500.

Cyberpower Zeus Mini EVO I-970 Gaming PC Review
     Sat, Nov 14 2015 | 9:03A | Mouse Pads | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
Cyberpower is one of the most recognizable system builders in the industry, renowned for creating a huge array of stylish and unique builds. The company includes a 3-year warranty with every system as standard regardless of the specification or price. Additionally, Cyberpower utilizes their buying prowess to deliver astonishing prices which legitimately rival self-builds. Their adept design team spearheads the focus on unusual and distinctive custom PCs which look spectacular. This allows consumers to opt for something special instead of the traditional ATX form factor.

Razer Mamba Review
     Thu, Nov 12 2015 | 12:01P | Mouse Pads | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
As you might be assuming by the picture, the Mamba is Razer wireless gaming mouse. It features a new Philips 16000 DPI sensor and nine programmable buttons. Apart from that there this mouse is very well built and features a fully customizable RGB LED lightning on the mouse as well as on the charging station.

SteelSeries Siberia 200 Review
     Mon, Nov 09 2015 | 4:01P | Mouse Pads | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
After the release of the Siberia V3 headset, making the V2 obsolete, many gamers were unhappy that they could no longer get their hands on the V2. Despite the Siberia V3 being a good headset, the changes were quite drastic. Many gamers started to miss the booming 50mm drivers and the heavy duty build quality, features that worked against the design of the ultra-lightweight, super comfortable V3. This caused a huge surge in demand from the community for a return of the V2, considering its proven track record, it would make sense to refresh the Siberia V2, which is arguably the most popular gaming headset ever.

Razer Mamba Wireless Chroma Gaming Mouse Review
     Mon, Nov 09 2015 | 9:02A | Mouse Pads | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
Accompanied by the “lighter” Tournament Edition Mamba, the fully-fledged version also includes a battery to help with its wireless function and an adjustable click force mechanism for the left and right click buttons. The new Mamba version has been also included with the Chroma series so an insane number of configuration possibilities are available for its LED lighting system; the charging dock is not left alone, itself having LED lights under it for a nice effect when it sits on the table. Razer has included with the latest Mamba and Mamba TE versions a 16000DPI 5G laser sensor which is very accurate and can be configured with a polling rate up to 1000Hz.

Tt eSports Talon blu Gaming-Mouse Review
     Tue, Nov 03 2015 | 4:03P | Mouse Pads | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
"The Tt eSports Talon blu Mouse arrived Technic3D. We will check the blu with up to 3.000 dpi and six Buttons in the following Review on Technic3D."

G.SKILL Ripjaws MX780 RGB Gaming Mouse
     Tue, Nov 03 2015 | 4:01P | Mouse Pads | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
"The main problem I found with this mouse is with using cloth mouse pads – lifting the mouse would cause it to stop working momentarily when sat back down as if it were recalibrating. Using a hard surface the mouse worked perfectly. I used a Ratpadz hard pad, an XTracGear Ripper cloth pad, and a Corsair Gaming Mouse Mat cloth pad. Only the hard plastic pad worked reliably when lifting the mouse and setting it down. Optical mice can benefit from irregular or more obvious patterns and textures – it helps them with their tracking. The cloth pads were such a fine mesh that the sensor seemed to have to recalibrate after a liftoff. If this was disclosed then this review would have been nearly perfect. Other than that, this mouse performed very well and if the price is right it is definitely worth checking out!”

MSI ThunderStorm Review: Your Desk on Top of Desk
     Tue, Nov 03 2015 | 9:02A | Mouse Pads | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
I have tried gaming mouse pads in the past, most of which are Razer brand, but this is the first time I've owned a solid aluminum mouse pad. MSI's ThunderStorm mouse pad has unique traits that help differentiate itself from other aluminum mouse pads on the market. The most noticeable trait is the cutout on one side of the pad that is meant to …

Corsair Scimitar RGB Moba/MMO Gaming Mouse Review
     Sun, Nov 01 2015 | 12:02P | Mouse Pads | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
It's been a while since we last took a look at a so-called MMO gaming mouse and though the glory days of MMORPGs have past, there is still life in some of the largest MMOs out there. World of Warcraft's reported 5.6 million subscriptions from this past August is still impressive which goes to show that MMO mice are still relevant. Corsair adds the Scimitar mouse to its Corsair Gaming collection which follows the precedent established by the Razer Naga mouse which was released in 2009 – a grid of twelve thumb buttons. That one feature alone was enough for Razer's CEO, Min-Liang Tan, to raise a stink over the Scimitar's announcement last August when he stated on social media "If I see yet another company ripping off the Naga again I'm going to throw up." A further note, the Scimitar is not Corsair's first MMO mouse - the Vengeance M90 was released back in 2012. Corsair has also labeled the Scimitar as a MOBA mouse and though it is true that Dota and League of Legends require lots of keyboard input such that having lots of mouse buttons can be useful, MOBA players in general dislike the bulkiness of these MMO mice. We're going to pay attention to how well the Scimitar holds up for MOBAs and determine if it makes sense for Corsair to attribute this mouse for such games.

Cooler Master Xornet II gaming mouse review
     Sun, Nov 01 2015 | 12:01P | Mouse Pads | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
Although the peripheral game is a competitive one, finding a design that works and tweaking it every couple of years can be a winning formula. Razer has achieved that with several of its most beloved gaming mice and there are other firms that have done it with keyboards and headsets. Cooler Master is looking to do something similar with its newly released Xornet II, a gaming mouse that on the surface looks very similar to the original Xornet, but it comes packing a few important additions.First and foremost, it has a brand new, vertically mounted optical sensor - the Avago 3320. On top of that it has some redesigned buttons, RGB lighting for the scroll wheel and a much sturdier, but more flexible cable.

Razer Mamba 2015 RGB Wireless – 16,000dpi
     Tue, Oct 20 2015 | 12:49P | Mouse Pads | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
Many gamers avoid wireless mice due to concerns over battery life and latency – we put these concerns to the test when we visited Logitech last year in Switzerland. Razer are another company who believe it is time we change our mindset and give wireless mice some serious consideration. Today we look at the new Razer Mamba wireless gaming mouse. It features a laser sensor with an insanely high DPI rating of up to 16,000. It has RGB lighting support and wireless or wired connectivity options with a proprietary charging dock.

Evoluent Vertical Mouse Review
     Tue, Oct 20 2015 | 9:00A | Mouse Pads | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
We review the Evoluent Vertical Mouse, now in its fourth generation. Does the design allow for great productivity while reducing discomfort, as promised? Let's check it out!

ROCCAT Nyth Gaming Mouse Review
     Wed, Sep 30 2015 | 1:09P | Mouse Pads | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
ROCCAT Nyth is like a breath of fresh air in the already crowded gaming mice market which sports quite a modular design with replaceable right side panel, no less than four different sets of buttons, a smooth durable plastic texture, catchy LED light effects and a comfortable shape for lengthy gaming sessions. Considering that we are getting plenty of accessories, ROCCAT saw fit to also include a carry case and the software available for the Nyth is one of the most advanced we have seen to date, which maintains the feature we did like in the previous revisions, the audio feedback.

Mionix Castor Optical Gaming Mouse Review
     Fri, Sep 18 2015 | 12:03P | Mouse Pads | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
Every gamer i know from casual ones and up to eSports professionals has invested quite a bit in a good graphics card but for some weird reason casual gamers don't see the real value in investing a bit in gaming peripherals such as keyboards, mice, mats and headsets. I don't know if that's due to the fact that they prefer single player games and so they don't need to worry about having the edge over serious competition coming from other players but regardless of the reason that's just how things are. Through the years I’ve used and reviewed a very large number of gaming peripherals and so have most editors i know but there aren't that many manufacturers that come to mind when talking about gaming mice like Mionix and since they just launched their latest model called the Castor we just had to have it on our test bench.

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