Razer Naga Molten Special Edition
Oct07

Razer Naga Molten Special Edition

Hot on the heels of the special Maelstrom edition of the Razer Naga comes this, the Razer Naga Molten edition. Like the Maelstrom edition, the Naga Molten features a striking pattern on the top of the mouse. In this case it’s a glowing cracked surface design that makes the most of the Molten’s new red backlighting. Other features remain the same as the standard Naga and the Naga Maelstrom edition: 17 Fully-programmable...

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Razer Naga Maelstrom Special Edition
Oct07

Razer Naga Maelstrom Special Edition

The Razer Naga mouse may look unusual, with its twelve side mounted buttons, but it’s proved to be incredibly popular with RPG and RTS fans. Now Razer are celebrating its success with two special editions of the mouse – the Razer Naga Molten edition and this, the Naga Maelstrom edition. With the Maelstrom edition you get a fancy glowing vortex pattern on the top of the mouse. The rest of the mouse remains the same, so you...

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Razer Lachesis Is Dead, Long Live The Lachesis
Aug12

Razer Lachesis Is Dead, Long Live The Lachesis

When the Razer Lachesis was first released it was King of the Hill – with a 4,000dpi laser sensor and 9 programmable buttons it had a high specification that redefined what we expected from gaming mice. But nowadays it’s nothing special, which is why a new Razer Lachesis V2 has just been revealed. Like they did with the revamped Deathadder, Razer have taken the original Lachesis design and tweaked it slightly to bring it...

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Logitech G700 Wireless Mouse
Aug11

Logitech G700 Wireless Mouse

For Logitech fans they’ve been a bit short of a decent wireless gaming mouse since the old G7 went out of production, but that’s set to end with the introduction of the spangly new Logitech G700 wireless mouse. In much the same was as the excellent G500 was a revamp of the old G5, the G700 takes the best bits of the G7 and revamps it with new technology. So what’s under the hood? The G700 is powered by a 5,700dpi...

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Razer Spectre Mouse For Starcraft II
Jun23

Razer Spectre Mouse For Starcraft II

Razer are set to cash in on the release of Starcraft II with their lineup of  new licensed gaming accessories. There’s the new Marauder keyboard, a headset called the Banshee and this new mouse, The Razer Spectre. The Spectre is a lightweight, five button mouse with a distinctive design that is inspired by StarCraft II (or Starcraft  II:Wings of Liberty, to give it it’s full title). Its main features are obviously aimed at...

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Mionix Naos 3200 Aimed At FPS Fans
Jun12

Mionix Naos 3200 Aimed At FPS Fans

You may be forgiven for thinking that the Mionix Naos isn’t a new mouse, but don’t worry, this really is a new design. Yes, Mionix already offer the Naos as part of their excellent range of mice, but that is a 5,040dpi mouse with a laser sensor whereas the new Naos 3200 uses Mionix’s first LED-optical sensor capable of 3,200dpi. Why the reduction in dpi? Because the optical sensor is much more accurate than a laser...

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