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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Cyber Snipa Silencer Mouse
Dec14

Cyber Snipa Silencer Mouse

Cyber Snipa are ready to join the 5000dpi club with their new Silencer mouse. The Cyber Snipa Stinger is one of my favourite gaming mice, as it combines a great set of features with a cheap price. It looks like the Silencer is set to repeat that winning formula by combining a 5000dpi laser sensor with a few other features and still undercut the competition by some margin. The laser sensor is adjustable from just 100 up to 5000dpi with...

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Mionix Naos 5000 Rivals Top-Spec Mice
Dec11

Mionix Naos 5000 Rivals Top-Spec Mice

Mionix make some great gaming kit (check out my Mionix Saiph 3200 review) but the new Mionix Naos 5000 looks like it’s going to be their best product yet. Packed full of features, the Naos 5000 is an ergonomic design that builds on the success of the Saiph. The new design is wider than the Saiph and supports all five fingers, making it perfect for gamers who like a palm grip. The entire surface of the Naos is covered in rubber...

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Poll Results – What’s The Most Important Feature On A Gaming Mouse?
Dec01

Poll Results – What’s The Most Important Feature On A Gaming Mouse?

It’s time to close the current poll to find the most important feature on a gaming mouse. After a total of 758 votes the results are as follows: What's the most important feature on a gaming mouse? Ergonomic shape (29%, 366 Votes) Programmable buttons (17%, 214 Votes) High DPI sensor (16%, 205 Votes) Adjustable DPI (13%, 166 Votes) Wireless (6%, 81 Votes) LED Lighting (4%, 53 Votes) Variable weight system (4%, 50 Votes) Long...

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