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Max Customization Gaming Mouse Review
     Sun, Jul 10 2011 | 9:00A | Mouse Pads | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
With performance upgrades such as an state of the art 6000DPI Pro-AIM R2 laser sensor, EasyShift [+] feature, integrated Tracking & Distance Control Unit, 10.5 megapixel resolution and 30Gs of acceleration the ROCCAT KONE[+] Max Customization Gaming Mouse is not only almost twice as fast as the original KONE but also the best and fastest all-around gaming mouse to ever pass from our hands.
  FULL STORY @ RWLABS

CoolerMaster Sentinel ZERO-G game mouse review
     Fri, Jul 08 2011 | 9:03A | Mouse Pads | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
Cooler Master just released within the CM STORM line of products the Sentinel ZERO-G, an updated version of the last generation product, that TBH I still use. The Sentinel ZERO-G offers everything its older brother already has, but is tweaked, optimized and comes with a few surprises. We again spot the cute little OLED screen, adjustable weight system, superduper link braided 2M chord, and upgrade to 128kb of memory and yeah, it is just a really nice upgrade to what was previously launched. Read the full review right here.
  FULL STORY @ SENTINEL

Razer Goliathus Speed Edition
     Thu, Jun 30 2011 | 4:00P | Mouse Pads | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
Fresh out of E3 and a release date finally announced, the brawl between Call of Duty and Battlefield is approaching rapidly. The two titles seem similar, but true fans know they are almost as different as white and black. The same can be said about Razer's new gaming surface line, the Goliathus. One built for speed and one built for control, the story begins to sound very similar to the formerly mentioned FPS struggle. With a four pack of Red Bull and a Speed Edition Goliathus surface, I'm ready to get my twitch on.
  FULL STORY @ LANOC

Raptor-Gaming LM3 Mouse Review
     Sat, Jun 25 2011 | 12:00P | Mouse Pads | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
"Today we have another new product from Raptor-Gaming, the LM3 gaming mouse. The LM3 is a mid-range gaming mouse offering simple plug and play support and we will find out if it suits the needs of today's demanding gamers."
  FULL STORY @ HARDWAREHEAVEN

Thermaltake Tt eSPORTS Azurues Optical Mouse Review
     Sun, Jun 19 2011 | 4:03P | Mouse Pads | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
Azurues. The word boggles the mind. No, it is not the famous BitTorrent program where individuals use to violate copyright laws. No, it is not the Dendrobates Azureus, the poison dart frog residing in central Brazil. No, it is not Windows Azure, the service platform. Heck, it isn't even referring to the Latin work "Azure", which refers to a specific blue-cyan color. So what the heck is Azurues? Well, after doing a quick Google search, I have absolutely no idea. It seems that Thermaltake's sub-brand Tt eSPORTS decided to flip the "eu" at the end of Azureus to make Azurues. See the difference? According to the all-knowing internet, the only thing that takes the name Azurues is the Tt eSPORTS Azurues. So what is this mouse based off of? It is not blue, it has no hind-legs for jumping, and it is not poisonous. So let's just assume it is only the new first-person-shooter battle-ready mouse from Tt eSPORTS. Out of all the mice from Tt eSPORTS, this one is quite the mystery. Not just in its name; but also its performance. It does not feature all the multiple functions and huge button arrays found on common RTS mice. It only features what is important when aiming for the head; right click, left click, and scroll wheel. Okay, we're done, that is all I have to say for this mouse -- tune in next week... just kidding! As simple as this mouse seems, there is quite a lot to cover. So without further adieu, let's read on!
  FULL STORY @ APHNETWORKS

SteelSeries Cataclysm MMO Gaming Mouse Review
     Sun, Jun 12 2011 | 4:01P | Mouse Pads | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
The latest Cataclysm MMO Gaming Mouse by SteelSeries is not only a one way for every Warcraft fan out there but also a very good choice for people looking to get their hands on a unique looking mouse with an award winning lightning fast 5000DPI Laser Sensor.
  FULL STORY @ RWLABS

Cooler Master CM Storm Spawn Gaming Mouse Review
     Wed, Jun 08 2011 | 9:02A | Mouse Pads | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
"CM Storm continues their impressive lineup of gaming peripherals with the Spawn mouse. It looks great, performs even better, and provides a level of comfort that anyone favoring the claw-grip style will appreciate. There's enough buttons to provide plenty of customization options, and Japanese-made Omron switches are beneficial for heavy usage and long term durability."
  FULL STORY @ TWEAKNEWS

 
Gigabyte Aivia M8600 Gaming Mouse Review
     Fri, May 27 2011 | 9:35P | Mouse Pads | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
The Aivia M8600 Wireless Macro Gaming Mouse is absolutely riddled with features. During testing I found the responsiveness the best I have ever experienced. This is the first mouse I had to dial down from max resolution for gaming. The software is clean and easy to use making regular tasks smooth and macro programming as simple as I have seen.
  FULL STORY @ NINJALANE

Roccat Kova+ Max Performance Gaming Mouse Review
     Fri, May 27 2011 | 4:02P | Mouse Pads | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
Featuring an increased speed from 40IPS to 130IPS, increased acceleration from 30G to 40G, Soft Touch rubber coating for improved grip, EasyShift feature for up to 8 more button functions and a fully customizable control software suite the Kova+ mouse by Roccat is far more than just a worthy successor to the original Kova.
  FULL STORY @ RWLABS

Gigabyte Aivia M8600 Wireless Gaming Mouse Review
     Fri, May 20 2011 | 12:01P | Mouse Pads | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
"The Aivia M8600 is a new wireless gaming mouse from Gigabyte, a high end model with a number of innovative features that set it aside from the competition. Let's take a closer look at what the Aivia M8600 has to offer."
  FULL STORY @ HARDWAREHEAVEN

GIGABYTE Aivia M8600 Wireless Macro Gaming Mouse Review
     Thu, May 19 2011 | 9:03A | Mouse Pads | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
"First impressions last. That's the first thing you'll think of when looking at the GIGABYTE Aivia M8600 Wireless Macro Gaming Mouse. It's quite striking to look at; to hold on the other hand is a different argument. I use as my everyday mouse a Razer Mamba and it's quite curved; the GIGABYTE Aivia M8600 mouse has a high ridge where your palm rests which can be annoying - you may ask why I'm starting off with a negative? Because that's about the only thing I didn't like with the mouse. GIGABYTE has done quite a good job on the Aivia M8600. The box packaging is very, very unique with a cylinder tube that comes apart in 3 pieces - the mouse in its own section, with a bag of goodies (charger, batteries, etc) in another section. Every hand is different. Some are small, some are big, some people have large fingers, some have small. I have medium sized hands and my palm kind of double thinks as I lay it on the mouse itself. Kind of like "what the hell is this edged bump?" - but you get used to it."
  FULL STORY @ TWEAKTOWN

ROCCAT Alumic Gaming Mousepad Review
     Mon, May 16 2011 | 4:01P | Mouse Pads | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------- The ROCCAT Alumic is a mouse pad with two very different surface structures, for meeting the highest demands of both low and high-sense gamers. The high-quality aluminum gives the product extra durability over time. The large mouse rubber feet we can find in each corner assure that the product stays fixed on the table; the pad also comes with a gel-filled wrist rest for maximum comfort.
  FULL STORY @ MADSHRIMPS

SteelSeries QcK mass Mousing Surface Review
     Thu, May 12 2011 | 4:00P | Mouse Pads | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
As a gamer, I am very concerned about comfort. The first thing that comes to mind when I think of comfort, is of course, the peripherals. From the mouse to the keyboard, these things are quite important to even the best of us. From those gamers who prefer the old school Microsoft IntelliMouse, to more modern gaming devices such as the Razer Naga or Logitech G500, there is an element of comfort we have grown to appreciate. This is especially true for enthusiasts in this department. However, one thing that is often overlooked by some is the gaming surface. Be it a desk surface, a cloth mousepad, a glass mousepad, or even a metal mousepad, familiar and comfortable surfaces usually lead to better performance -- or at least increased comfort in gaming. Some people might even say it increases productivity in office work. Either way, the mousepad can be a very significant part of any computing experience. From all of this, it is quite easy to guess we will be taking a look at a gaming surface today. The product we will be taking a look at is sent to us from a well known gaming company -- SteelSeries -- who is renowned for their mousepads, headphones, keyboards, and mice. The SteelSeries QcK mass has the "mass" tacked on to the back due to the density of the material used to create this mousepad. Read on to find out how this affects the overall usage of this gaming surface, and how well it stacks up in the real world.
  FULL STORY @ APHNETWORKS

Gigabyte Aivia M8600 Hybrid Gaming Mouse
     Thu, May 12 2011 | 12:02P | Mouse Pads | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
When it comes to gaming peripherals, Gigabyte's products have always been well priced for the rich feature sets and high end design they offer. The new Aivia M8600 continues this tradition by offering a uniquely designed mouse which has the ability to be used in both wired and wireless modes for under $100. However, Gigabyte has taken some risky decisions here so it will be interesting to see whether they all turn out for the best.
  FULL STORY @ HARDWARECANUCKS

Revoltec Fight Mouse Elite Review
     Mon, May 09 2011 | 9:00A | Mouse Pads | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
"Well, who wants to see another OEM mouse rebranded for a different peripheral maker? If you do you’re in luck because that’s what we have here today. I’ll warn you though, I might be a bit lazy with this review. You know, since I’ve basically written it before."
  FULL STORY @ XSREVIEWS

Tt eSPORTS BLACK Gaming Mouse Review
     Fri, May 06 2011 | 9:02A | Mouse Pads | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
"Ah, I'd love to use a high DPI mouse, every day - And kick major ass in every game I play - But until I get another, where the sensor doesn't lack - I'll do what I can, and use the mouse called BLACK."
  FULL STORY @ TECHGAGE

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