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Thermaltake and BMW Group subsidiary DesignworksUSA are no strangers to each other. They've been working on concept projects for the past several years, and the two have teamed up once again to unveil a line of Level 10 gaming peripherals starting with the 'Level 10 M Mouse' for gamers. It's as funky looking as Thermaltake's Level 10 case and just as likely to turn heads at LAN parties. As weird as it might look, the Level 10 M Mouse is built with ergonomics in mind. It has a solid aluminum base "to ensure both durability and tenaciousness," and is built with an open design with an air-through ventilation system to prevent "issues due to heavy use and direct touch of gaming equipment." There's... Read more...
Don't sweat it if you've never heard of Roccat Studios. Based out of Germany and focused on gaming peripherals, Roccat Studios has only recently begun making a push into the U.S. market, where it will go up against established entities like Razer and Logitech. One of the products it plans to take with it into battle is its Savu gaming mouse. The Savu touts a "true 4000 DPI optical sensor" and supports the company's unique Easy-Shift[+] technology, which allows users to assign dual functions to the mouse buttons. It's also the first rodent to feature a stats and trophy system called the Roccat Achievements Display, or R.A.D, which is an application that tracks and rewards a range of gaming feats,... Read more...
As BioWare's highly anticipated Mass Effect 3 draws closer to launch, Razer today unveiled a fairly robust product line specifically aimed at fans of the upcoming game. The peripherals themselves aren't entirely new, but include a heaping handful of gaming gear outfitted with a Mass Effect 3 themed makeover. "BioWare is pulling out all of the stops for Mass Effect 3 to ensure it’s the best and boldest game in the series," said Robert 'RazerGuy' Krakoff, President, Razer USA. "With our official line of peripherals and gear for Mass Effect 3, we’re giving fans the best gaming weaponry and hardware to meet the challenge head on – and come out victorious." It's a fairly large list... Read more...
Logitech introduced a new mouse that takes some notes from the way we navigate on smartphones and tablets. The new Touch Mouse M600 is a gesture-based mouse that lets you scroll, swipe, and surf wherever your fingertips rest on the mouse. The mouse doesn't care which hand you use, and the click areas can be reassigned using the Logitech SetPoint software.  Like some of Logitech's other popular devices today, the Touch Mouse M600 uses the Logitech Unifying receiver which can connect up to six compatible devices through one USB port. The Touch Mouse M600 is expected to be available sometime this month for about $70. Logitech Creates a More Touchable World with Logitech Touch Mouse M600 New... Read more...
Genius introduced the DeathTaker professional laser gaming mouse. This mouse is designed for MMO and RTS gamers. The DeathTaker is the first product in the GX Gaming Series. Genius plans to unveil addition products for this line in the coming months. The DeathTaker mouse features nine buttons which gives users the ability to customize their gaming experience. With the included “Scorpion” UI, you'll be able to manage macros and assign buttons. You can also adjust the X and Y axis independently from 100 to 5700 dpi with this mouse. Another feature of the DeathTaker is the removable weight system with six metal weights. The DeathTaker laser gaming mouse is expected to sell for about... Read more...
At $129.99, the Cyborg M.M.O. 7 Gaming Mouse might be the most expensive rodent you ever buy. It's also one of the most flexible. Now available on pre-order from Mad Catz, the Cyborg M.M.O. 7 is a funktastic looking mouse for gamers with an adjustable weight system, ergonomic finger resting places, multiple buttons, and a high DPI sensor. The DPI is adjustable from 100 to 6400 in increments of 25, allowing you to fine tune the mouse's behavior based on whether you're charging through an area like Rambo or sniping from a distance. It has 50G of acceleration, a 1,000Hz polling rate, tracking speed of up to 6m/sec, slick PTFE feet, and a gold plated USB connector attached to a braided cable. It's... Read more...
The creative hardware designers at Shogun Bros. aren't afraid to get a little funky, which would explain their Chameleon X-1 Wireless Gamepad Mouse, a dual-purpose input devices that functions as both a gamepad and a mouse, just like its name implies. The company's new Ballista MK-1 Gaming Mouse doesn't share the same split personality, but it does aim to make racking up headshots easier with a precision sniping system. That's the company's fancy pants of way of describing the rodent's independent X and Y DPI settings, which you can use to set slow vertical or horizontal movement for stable targeting. It's not just for FPS gamers, though; the mouse comes with 20 customized pre-programmed DPI... Read more...
Genius announced a new battery-free wireless mouse that can be recharged in just three minutes. The new DX-ECO BlueEye Mouse will work on nearly any surface including dusted glass and marble. This plug and play mouse also features an ergonomic design and adjustable dpi (800/1600 dpi). The DX-ECO BlueEye Mouse comes with a 2.4GHz USB Pico receiver that stores inside the DX-ECO and a microUSB recharging cable. The mouse also features next and previous page hot keys for efficient web surfing. It costs about $40. Fully Recharged within Minutes - Genius DX-ECO - World's First Battery Free Wireless Mouse for PC & Mac Ground-breaking New BlueEye Optical Mouse Now Available in North America January... Read more...
Razer always seems to have something up its sleeve every time the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas rolls around, and this year one of the things wiggling around at Razer is a new rodent designed for RPG and Multiplayer Online Battle Arena (MOBA) fans. It's the Naga Hex Gaming Mouse and it sports six large thumb buttons to bind spells and initiate macros as you venture on your quest to fetch whatever for whoever before running into a vicious looking thingamabob. The buttons are mechanical, and just like same style keyboards, they require less force to actuate. Will it make a lick of difference? Who knows, but it certainly can't hurt. On a related note, Razer says the buttons are constructed... Read more...
As CES draws a day closer, Logitech has let fly with news about a couple of new peripherals it will be showing off in Vegas, one a webcam and the other a mouse. The Logitech HD Pro Webcam C920 has some impressive features, but its primary claim to fame is its capability to conduct video calls in 1080p. The 1080p HD only works with Skype--Skype 5.7 Beta for Windows, to be precise--but Windows Live Messenger users can enjoy 720p. Some of those other excellent features include the ability to upload HD video clips or 15MP photos directly to social networking sites, Carl Zeiss optics, a smooth 20-step autofocus, and stereo mics for better audio. The new mouse in the house is dubbed simply “Cube”,... Read more...
The braggadocios Energy bunny likes to beat his drum and tell everyone he can keep going and going and going, but would you have guessed Hewlett-Packard would emerge as the real battery life master? HP just announced a couple of new wireless mice that, amazingly, are supposed to last two years or longer on a single charge, or so the company claims. First up is the HP X4000 Wireless Laser Mouse with a high-end design intended to mimic the motion of a sports car. It operates on the 2.4GHz spectrum, has a 1600 dpi laser sensor, an ambidextrous design to avoid any hurt feelings by the oft-neglected left-handed camp, and a battery life of up to 30 months. The X5000 is a similar rodent, but with a... Read more...
Corsair's new line of Vengeance PC gaming peripherals is now available. New products in this line include the Vengeance K60 and Vengeance K90 gaming keyboards and the Vengeance M60 and Vengeance M90 laser gaming mice. All four of these new products use an aluminum structure for strength and durability. The new peripherals also offer boast of precise accuracy, reliable controls, and superior responsiveness. The Vengeance K60 gaming keyboard ($109) and the Vengeance M60 laser gaming mouse ($69) target PC Gamers who focus on First-Person Shooters while the Vengeance K90 gaming keyboard ($129) and M90 laser gaming mouse ($79) are designed for MMO and RTS gaming. Vengeance K60 gaming keyboard Corsair... Read more...
Looking for stocking stuffers, are you? Look no further. HP has just introduced the Wireless X4000 and X5000 mic, which offer up 1600dpi of sensitivity and up to 30 months of battery life on the X4000 and 24 months on the X5000. Both models feature an ultra-sleek design with rubber sides to ensure a comfortable, secure grip that can be used in the right or left hand. The mice stay connected up to 30 feet away and feature HP Link-5 technology, which allows users to connect up to five compatible devices via one dongle. The HP Wireless Mouse X5000 also offers a hyper-fast touch scroll and four customizable buttons, including a button for one-click uploads to Facebook. As for pricing? Just $29.99... Read more...
You know, sometimes, even pastel hues and neons galore aren't wild enough. Every so often, you just need a dragon tattoo to keep things interesting. That's what's being publicized by Microsoft, as they're celebrating the 2012 Chinese New Year in style with three Limited Edition mice from Microsoft designed exclusively for the Year of the Dragon. The Wireless Mobile Mouse 3500 Year of the Dragon features an intricate dragon design created by premier artist Nod Young, who was inspired by the famous Nine-Dragon Wall in Beihai Park, China and the popular Dragon Ball cartoon. Sporting the award-winning BlueTrack Technology and a snap-in Nano transceiver, these mice are equipped to roam anywhere, anytime.... Read more...
It might just be the most incredible mouse, or perhaps the most unique mouse, you've ever seen. It's probably from this side of Jupiter, and it's certainly not for gamers. It's for professionals -- pros who could use an insane amount of buttons and knobs at their fingertips while computing. 3Dconnexion's SpaceMouse Pro is a 3D mouse meant for professional 3D software users working in a range of industries from mechanical engineering to media and entertainment, product design, architecture, and healthcare. SpaceMouse Pro combines 3Dconnexion’s patented six-degrees-of-freedom (6DoF) sensor for intuitive and precise 3D navigation. “3D mice revolutionize the way people interact with digital... Read more...
Still on the hunt for gaming peripheral gifts? Here's some others to consider. SteelSeries has just introduced their limited edition Fnatic Headset and Mouse -- SteelSeries 7H Fnatic Limited Edition headset and SteelSeries Sensei Fnatic Limited Edition mouse, to be precise. Available now on SteelSeries Web Shop, the Limited Edition 7H headset features 50mm dynamic driver units with new, sound isolating SNDBlock ear cushions; while the Limited Edition Sensei features award-winning technology like its 32 bit ARM processor that powers SteelSeries' ExactTech settings and customization abilities, all of which are housed in an ambidextrous, black, orange and white Fnatic color design and illuminated... Read more...
It looks a little like an Atari Jaguar controller, but the functionality here is far different. SMK-Link Electronics has announced their new wireless ultra-mini touchpad keyboard, a game-controller-espe input device that puts cursor navigation, text entry, multimedia and audio controls in the palm of your hand (which is connected to your rear, which is planted in a sofa). It's a QWERTY keypad that's tailor made for HTPCs, particularly considering the touchpad that's also integrated. It uses Bluetooth to connect, and both Windows PC and Mac versions are available for $69.99. "Our new Wireless Ultra-Mini Touchpad Keyboard is designed to be the perfect companion for computer control from across... Read more...
Art? Microsoft? Together? Yep. The company is encouraging artistic creativity through the launch of an international art project called “The Art of Touch,” inspired by the Microsoft family of Touch mice consisting of the Microsoft Touch Mouse, Microsoft Arc Touch Mouse and Microsoft Explorer Touch Mouse. We've seen companies do similar things from time to time in order to drum up interest in a particular aspect of their portfolio, and it's good to see a giant like Microsoft take the time to do likewise. Visitors to the site can easily create original works of art with a palette of brushes and effects built into the application. Art created with the palette may be submitted, easily... Read more...
Cursed Cursors would be a fairly great name for a bad 80s rock band. But that's neither here nor there. What is here, however, is Logitech's new wireless mouse, the M525. It's a pretty simple fellow, aimed at those who value compact devices and loads of battery life. This guy's got the means to power through three years of (light) use, and there's a smart sleep mode and on/off switch as well. The tiny Logitech Unifying receiver connects up to six Unifying-compatible devices with a single nano receiver, so your space is free of clutter and your USB port stays free for other devices. And Logitech Advanced Optical Technology delivers laser-grade precision over the most challenging surfaces, while... Read more...
Razer has never been one to turn down a beautiful partnership, once teaming up with the folks surrounding the TRON movie in order to introduce some rather spectacular looking peripherals. Now, the company is trying a similar approach with Hasbro, with the two teaming to reveal Transformers 3-centric accessories. The first is the Razer DeathAdder: Transformers: Dark of the Moon Collector’s Edition Gaming Mouse, which has a 3500dpi 3.5G infrared sensor, 1000Hz Ultrapolling with 1ms response time, 5 Hyperesponse buttons, and On-the-Fly sensitivity adjustments. Of note, it's a right-handed mouse, so southpaws will need to look elsewhere. It'll be available in four character "colors": Optimus... Read more...
If you didn't know any better, you may assume that this mouse is just another in the pile. But that'd be a foolish assumption to make. Targus has just introduced a new Wi-Fi Laser Mouse, and it'll be based on Ozmo's Wi-Fi PAN technology. That's right -- Wi-Fi Personal Area Network tech, in a mouse. The new mice will be based on Ozmo's OZMO2000 solution, which is the industry's first Wi-Fi PAN solution, enabling peripherals to connect directly to a laptop's built-in Wi-Fi receiver. While Bluetooth has made it into just about every machine made in the past five years, it's not nearly as universally supported compared to a protocol like Wi-Fi. So now, with this mouse, you'll never have to worry... Read more...
You go ahead and decide whether LG's LSM-100 device is a mouse or a scanner. Did you pick one? Great, you're wrong. What's that, you want to change your answer? You're more than welcome to do that, and you're still wrong. That's because the LSM-100 is not a mouse or scanner, it's a mouse and scanner, all rolled into one. Huh? Someone at LG thought it would a good idea to combine the two, like a peanut butter and banana sandwich. Why? Well, LG says it's about convenience. The way it works is you press the Smart Scan button on the left side of the mouse and then swipe the device over whatever it is you're trying to scan. You can then save your scan in one of several file types, including PNG, JPEG,... Read more...
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