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RAZER TRON Gaming Mouse and Mat Review
     Wed, Apr 06 2011 | 4:24P | Mouse Pads | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
Enter the TRON universe with the help of Razer and their Gaming Mouse and Mat combo; the high performance gaming mouse is shaped like a Lightcycle and when it is moved on the specially designed mat, it leaves a glow trail behind, exactly like on the Game Grid. The mouse also comes with sound effects, straight from the movie, when it is in initialization mode.
  FULL STORY @ MADSHRIMPS

Mouse and Mouse Pad Travel Pouch Review
     Fri, Apr 01 2011 | 12:03P | Mouse Pads | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
Today we have a rather interesting product that confused me a little when I found out about it. The Belkin Washable Mouse is a mouse that is water-resistant, so it can endure spills and it also stays clean. Along with a versatile scroll pad, the Washable mouse from Belkin sounds like something that sounds too good to be true. Let's take a look and see if the ride is as smooth as Belkin suggests.
  FULL STORY @ REVIEWS

CM Storm Spawn Mouse Review
     Mon, Mar 21 2011 | 4:57P | Mouse Pads | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
"Not everybody grabs a mouse the same way, but there are two most common form of handling this peripheral: resting the whole hand over the mouse and letting the wrist and palm pressure control it, or by a claw-like grip with only the fingertips being responsible for the movements. People who prefer a claw grip have now a model specifically tailored for this: the CM Storm Spawn, with a 3,500 DPI optical sensor and seven configurable functions. Let's see how the model fared during the test after describing its physical characteristics."
  FULL STORY @ HARDWARESECRETS

Tt eSports Black Element Gaming Mouse Review
     Fri, Mar 18 2011 | 2:29P | Mouse Pads | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
"The Black Element is a gaming mouse optimised for MMORPG or RTS game play. With a powerful 6500 DPI laser and 128K on board memory it certainly seems to have the credentials to offer a quality experience for the PC gamer."
  FULL STORY @ HARDWAREHEAVEN

Logitech M570 Wireless Trackball
     Tue, Mar 15 2011 | 9:01A | Mouse Pads | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
While "ergonomic mice" have been hogging the limelight recently, the fact still remains that there was one peripheral that was, is and probably always will be the gold standard against which all ergonomic devices are measured: the trackball. The lowly trackball really doesn't get as much credit as it deserves and most people think of "cheap arcade games" when they think of examples of trackballs. This really is a crying shame as nothing is more ergonomic and nothing is easier to use for extended periods than a good trackball. When it comes to manufactures of trackball's one manufacture really stands above the rest and that manufacture is Logitech. Logitech has been making kick ass trackballs for decades now and their latest the M570 is not only an ergonomic trackball it adds additional buttons and useful wireless abilities into the mix. So how good is this new Logitech M570 trackball and does it live up to Logitech's sterling reputation? Read on to find out in my full review.
  FULL STORY @ EVERYTHINGUSB

NZXT Avatar S Mouse Review @ Hardware Secrets
     Sat, Mar 12 2011 | 9:19A | Mouse Pads | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
Not everyone wants a weighted mouse with a dozen reprogrammable buttons and a configuration software that looks like it was made by NASA. Those super mice repel the less demanding user, the one who just wants a peripheral that is superior to the model used at the office but that doesn`t cost a fortune or have more functions than needed. If you are like that, then maybe the NZXT Avatar S mouse might be the one you are looking for. Let us show why once we describe the product."
  FULL STORY @ HARDWARESECRETS.COM

Smartfish Whirl Laser Mouse w/ Anti-Gravity
     Sun, Mar 06 2011 | 4:00P | Mouse Pads | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
" The mouse is the one thing that most of use take for granted, not for how it’s used but for what can happen to you with long terms usage. For those of us that use a mouse everyday for hours on end we can be susceptible to RSI or repetitive stress injury. Sure there are companies out there that have come out with ergonomic mice, but only one claims to be the world’s first truly ergonomic mouse and that’s the Whirl from Smartfish. The mouse is wireless and it sits on top of pivoting platform so you hand moves more naturally when you’re using thus possibly reducing the risk of RSI to the user. The Whirl has been designed in collaboration with the #1 orthopedic hospital in the states, so they might know what they’re talking about. "
  FULL STORY @ TESTFREAKS

 
Cooler Master Storm Spawn Optical Mouse review
     Sat, Mar 05 2011 | 9:01A | Mouse Pads | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
When I am in front of the computer, I sometimes wonder how many times I have clicked my mouse buttons, and how long they would last down the road. Although in reality, while I doubt it actually matters how many times a mouse has been clicked, it seems like a valid question to me. Okay, who am I kidding? I rarely think of things along this track of thought, but today's review unit has got me thinking about this quite a bit more. Our review unit today comes from Cooler Master, a company renowned for their power supplies, chassis, cooling products and many more. Some are even diehard fans about their spinoff brand CM Storm, the gaming division of Cooler Master, similar to that of Tt eSPORTS from Thermaltake (Really, they even abbreviated their name in the same manner). The product we will be taking a deeper look at today will be the Cooler Master Storm Spawn, which is the latest product from the CM Storm line of products. If most readers recall, the previous Cooler Master Storm Inferno did not perform exceptionally well. So today, let's see how much Cooler Master has stepped up their game for the latest rendition in the CM Storm series of mice. The Cooler Master Storm Spawn is advertised to have Omron Micro Switches for their buttons, and is said to last up to 5 million mouse clicks. We can't exactly test that right at this moment, but maybe later on, if we have a chance we can update the review to include how well the mouse fares after 5 million mouse clicks. The ETA for that would be after the Second Coming. Without further delay, let's dive right into today's review, and see how well the Cooler Master Storm Spawn performs.
  FULL STORY @ APHNETWORKS

Tt eSPORTS Black Laser Mouse review
     Sat, Mar 05 2011 | 9:00A | 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!
  FULL STORY @ APHNETWORKS

Cooler Master Storm Spawn Gaming Mouse
     Thu, Mar 03 2011 | 6:08P | Mouse Pads | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
Cooler Master's entrance into the gaming peripherals market with their Storm line has been a smooth one, so far consisting of mice and mouse pads. Arguably the most important gaming gear needed. It began with the Sentinel Advance and quickly moved to the Inferno. Each offers a world of features to enhance the gaming experience. Cooler Master’s newest addition to their Storm mouse lineup is the Spawn. The Spawn is physically a lot smaller than any other gaming mouse we have had in our labs. Does that mean that it is inferior in any way? We shall see.
  FULL STORY @ MASTER

Cooler Master Storm Spawn 3500 DPI Gaming Mouse Review
     Wed, Mar 02 2011 | 4:01P | Mouse Pads | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
“Over the past year or two Cooler Master has been redefining gaming gear with the CM Storm line of products. One of their latest products is a smaller gaming mouse called the Spawn. The Spawn is wider and shorter than your typical gaming mouse and also has a low profile design. This third mouse on the CM Storm line is sure to fit the gamer who doesn’t like bulky mice. Read on further to read more about the Spawn’s unique ergonomic design."
  FULL STORY @ SPAWN

Roccat Kova & Kone Gaming Mice
     Sat, Feb 26 2011 | 4:03P | Mouse Pads | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
"Roccat is a German based company that was founded in 2007. They are a relatively new company to the gaming peripheral scene but offer several feature rich, sleek looking gaming mice and keyboards among a few other gaming related devices. Roccat's main selling points on their mice are the extreme DPI resolutions they achieve, upwards of 3200 DPI. Roccat is probably most known for the feature packed Kone series of gaming mice which has been met with positive reviews across the net. Today we will be taking a look at the Roccat Kone and Kova, representing both the higher end and lower end gaming markets."
  FULL STORY @ REVIEWS

Logitech HD Webcam C270 & Wireless Mouse M305 Review
     Fri, Feb 25 2011 | 9:03A | Mouse Pads | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
If your other half is really into computers then these special editions of the HD Webcam C270 and the Wireless Mouse M305 made by Logitech may just be the right gift for St. Valentine’s Day, just don't neglect to pair them with a box of chocolates.
  FULL STORY @ RWLABS

Roccat Kova[+] Gaming Mouse Review
     Wed, Feb 23 2011 | 12:02P | Mouse Pads | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
"ROCCAT have released an updated version of the KOVA, the KOVA[+]. We first looked at the original KOVA in late 2009 and liked its overall performance so were keen to see if they could improve on it as they did with the previous [+] model."
  FULL STORY @ GAMING

Mionix Propus 380 Gaming Mouse Pad Review
     Tue, Feb 22 2011 | 12:00P | Mouse Pads | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
"The Mionix Propus 380 Gaming Mouse Pad looks to meet the surface demands of gamers. The Propus 380 has a hard, yet flexible build for both durability and feel. The base construction is with PVC-plastic. The surface of the Propus 380 has a silver-metallic plastic coating to ensure optimal tracking on both optical and laser mice. There is an extra wide design measuring in at 380mm x 260mm. In imperial measurements that's about 15in x 10.24in. The bottom of the mat is constructed of textured rubber for extreme grip."
  FULL STORY @ HITECHLEGION

Mionix Propus 380 mouse mat
     Wed, Feb 16 2011 | 9:03A | Mouse Pads | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
"While there are several companies that produce wide ranges of strong gaming peripherals, everyone tends to have a bit of a speciality. Razer for their mice, Speedlink for their headsets, Steelseries for their keyboards and personally I'd throw one more in there, Mionix for their mouse pads. Today I'm looking at the latest from some of the best cloth pad creators in the world. Propus is it's name, let's see if it stands up to the strong reputation of its predecessors. "
  FULL STORY @ REVIEWS

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