Raptor Gaming M3 Mouse Review
Nov16

Raptor Gaming M3 Mouse Review

The Raptor M3 mouse has been around for a couple of years now but I’d never used one, so I thought it was time to track one down and see if it’s any good. What Do You Get With The Raptor M3? The Raptor M3 arrived in a black cardboard box that shows the specs in English and German, and showing off some of the review success that the mouse has had. In the box you’ll find the mouse, a zip-bag containing eight weights,...

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Mionix Saiph 3200 Review
Aug31

Mionix Saiph 3200 Review

This is my first look at a Mionix mouse, so I thought I might as well look at the best they have to offer – the Saiph 3200. If you haven’t heard of them before, Mionix are a Swedish company who started up in 2007. So far they have produced just two mice (the Saiph 1800 and Saiph 3200), a mouse mat and some spare feet for their mice. What Do You Get With The Saiph 3200? The first thing you will notice about the Saiph 3200...

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Mionix Alioth 320 Mousepad Review
Aug31

Mionix Alioth 320 Mousepad Review

The Mionix Alioth 320 is the smallest mousepad currently offered by the Swedish gaming manufacturer. The Alioth 320 arrives in a transparent plastic box that can be reused to store the mouse if you want to carry it around but don’t want to risk getting it dirty. About a third of the box is taken up by simple information about the mouse, the rest of the box allows you to get a good look at the Alioth and its pattern. The mousepad...

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Upcoming Reviews
Aug19

Upcoming Reviews

I felt it was hand-in-pocket time again and have decided to splash out on some products to review, rather than pestering friends and suppliers for loans. If I like them enough I’ll keep them, otherwise they’re going back on Ebay. So this time I thought I’d look at two of the lesser known manufacturers – Mionix and Raptor Gaming. I’ve chosen to look at the Mionix Saiph 3200 mouse and the Alioth 320...

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Razer Kabuto Mousepad
Jul24

Razer Kabuto Mousepad

The new Razer Kabuto is following the latest trend for thin and flexible mousepads. Like the new Orochi mouse, the Razer Kabuto is aimed at mobile gamers with laptops. They try to enforce this point by claiming that the Kabuto can double up as a laptop screen protector, and is so thin it can sit between keyboard and screen and still allow you to close the laptop. It’s not the biggest of surfaces, measuring 280mm x 195mm x 1.2mm,...

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Western Digital My Book World Edition 1TB
May07

Western Digital My Book World Edition 1TB

As is so easy these days I recently found myself running out of hard disk space, so I decided to invest in a new external hard drive. After some time browsing the internet I chose the Western Digital My Book World Edition 1TB. OK, so strictly speaking this isn’t gaming hardware, but if you clear off all the stuff you’ve got clogging up your hard drive you’ll have more room for games! The big advantage of the My Book...

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