Razer Abyssus Takes Minimalism A Step Too Far
Nov11

Razer Abyssus Takes Minimalism A Step Too Far

The new Razer Abyssus is a new no-frills gaming mouse that sits just above the Salmosa in Razer’s range. The Razer Abyssus makes do with just two buttons and a clickable scrollwheel. Under the hood is the same 3.5G 3500dpi infrared sensor that’s just been put into the Deathadder, and … well, that’s about it. There are two hardware switches on the base of the Abyssus to toggle the dpi setting (choose 450, 1800...

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Roccat Kova Mouse Undercuts Kone
Nov03

Roccat Kova Mouse Undercuts Kone

The specification of the new Roccat Kova mouse has been released, and it’s looking like a decent alternative to the high-spec Kone. Like the Kone, the Roccat Kave uses a 3200dpi optical sensor, but other than that it shares very little with its bigger brother. For a start the Kova is an ambidextrous design, all angles and flat surfaces instead of the Kone’s more curvy shape. If you’re familiar with the stunning...

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Logitech G9 Drops In Price
Sep29

Logitech G9 Drops In Price

The Logitech G9 has taken a tumble in price and is now under $48 at Amazon.com, down from an original retail price of $99! Why so cheap? Because the new G9x is finally shipping to the stores and with 5000dpi it’s technically a better mouse, although at $97 it’s not exactly cheap. But the original G9 is still a great mouse, even with ‘just’ 3200dpi, and it was my pick for Best Gaming Mouse 2009. So grab yourself...

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Razer Deathadder Gets A Nip’n’Tuck
Sep29

Razer Deathadder Gets A Nip’n’Tuck

It’s been out for a few years now but the Razer Deathadder has just been given an update to make it even more appealing to gamers. The old 3G 1800dpi laser sensor has been replaced by a new 3.5G sensor capable 3500dpi. Capable of handling 60–120 inches per second and up to 15g of acceleration, the new sensor keeps the same 1ms response time as the old design. Also upgraded is the cable. Not much of an upgrade, you might think,...

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Speedlink Kudos Mouse
Sep27

Speedlink Kudos Mouse

The Speedlink Kudos is a new 5000dpi laser mouse from the people who make … well, just about anything for a PC. As you’d expect on a high-dpi mouse the dpi setting can be adjusted on the fly. There are four dpi levels to choose from that can be switched using a button on top of the mouse, and four blue LEDs allow you to tell which level is active. Each level can be assigned anything from 90dpi to the full 5000dpi. The...

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Razer Naga Is Available To Pre-Order

I’ve just had an email from Razer to say that the Naga MMO mouse is available to pre-order from today. The seventeen button mouse is available from either Razer’s online store or Amazon.com at a price of $79.99. [Show as...

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