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Logitech revealed its latest addition to its G-Series of gaming products in the form of the new Logitech Gaming Mouse G300. This mouse features nine programmable controls and the ability to store up to three profiles in the mouse’s onboard memory. To help you see which profile is enabled, you can assign a different lighted color to the profiles. The mouse also features a sculpted, ambidextrous shape. For accuracy, the Logitech Gaming Mouse G300 features a 2500-DPI optical sensor. The Logitech Gaming Mouse G300 will be available in September for about $40. Logitech Introduces Gaming Mouse G300 for PC Gamers Ambidextrous Design Delivers More Power and More Control for Hours of Play FREMONT,... Read more...
There are game peripheral companies, and then there's Mad Catz. The company's Cyborg line has grown stranger by the year, and has drawn the eyes of many a user. It's not all for negative reasons, though. The new Cyborg R.A.T. Albino Gaming Mouse is definitely one of the slicker, wilder looking mice to surface this year, and it looks like a dream come true for hardcore gamers who love to tweak their input devices. The new futuristic-looking mouse ships with a 6400DPI sensor, improved tracking capabilities and a matte Albino white finish. There's an adjustable thumb rest, adjustable height, a thumb scroll, DPI on-the-fly adjustments, a precision aim button, weighing system, and plenty of other... Read more...
When it comes to gaming mice, it's important to pick a device that matches the hand well. After all, losing those deathmatches comes down the player, their connection, and their mouse. SteelSeries is a big name amongst the hardcore fraggers, and the company's latest contraption is definitely one of its finest. The new Sensei is equipped with a 32-bit ARM processor (making it is as fast as the original Pentium 75MHz processor released by Intel in 1994), and is capable of doubling its sensitivity as well. Users will find 3 different zones on the Sensei (the wheel, the DPI indicator and the back) that can be programmed individually in 16.8 million different colors, and those that don’t like... Read more...
NZXT announced a new summer lineup for PC enthusiasts and gamers that includes a high-performance CPU cooler, two new cases, and accessories. The new HAVIK 140 is a high-performance CPU cooler with 6 mm heat pipes and dual standard 140mm fans.  The Avatar S gaming mouse features a DPI switch that adjusts 1600/800/400DPI in-game. This mouse has 16Kb of onboard memory that enables you to save personalized settings. Among NZXT’s performance cooling products, you'll find the FX fan series which churns out between 35.8 and 96.0 CFM with a built in 3 phase fan speed control. You'll also find the Sentry Mesh, a minimalistic fan controller with a mesh façade in this lineup. Last, but... Read more...
Looking for a cutting-edge mouse? Verbatim's new Ergo Mouse isn't exactly bleeding-edge tech, but it certainly has the angles to fit the "cutting" descriptor. The Ergo Mouse has one of the sharpest curves of any ergonomic mouse, with a candy apple-red shell, a 2.4GHz wireless transceiver (no cord!), Mac / PC platform compatibility and a small USB nub that seems tiny enough to actually leave in the PC owners will be using it with. There's a rubberized grip to keep things steady during those long gaming sessions, and it also ships in blue and black if red's just too loud. The mouse operates on two AAA batteries (included) and is available for $29.99 at Amazon.com, Staples (Canada) and national... Read more...
Back in May, HP announced availability of a Wi-Fi enabled mouse, targeted at mobile users. The aptly named HP Wi-Fi Mobile Mouse uses a systems’ Wi-Fi controller as its interface, eliminating the need to plug in a dedicated USB transceiver dongle. On USB starved notebooks, not having to plug in a dongle means freeing up a valuable port and not having to carry around (and potentially lose) another piece of hardware. If you didn’t see the original announcement, we’ve got a short video posted above that goes over some of the specifics and have the HP Wi-Fi Mobile Mouse’s main features and specifications listed below: Dimensions – 3.89"(L) x 2.28"(W) x 1.38"(H) Weight... Read more...
Touchy, touchy! Microsoft has just unveiled a new mouse that's just begging to be touched, the Explorer Touch Mouse. This one is a sleek, glossy device in the same family as the Arc Touch Mouse, with an advanced scroll strip for vertical and horizontal navigation on your PC or Mac. There's also support for side-to-side swipes and five customizable buttons, and the BlueTrack technology allows users to mouse along just about any surface -- even a pant leg. Another impressive stat? This is the first Microsoft mouse to offer an 18-month battery life. Of course, if you use it with any regularity, it'll perish before then, but that's still a wild baseline. The Explorer Touch Mouse will be available... Read more...
Microsoft's cooking up a new mouse? It sure looks like it! Without any fanfare to speak of, the Microsoft Explorer Touch Mouse has popped up across the pond at a Christmas in July event. First snapped by Pocket-lint, this new touch/haptic-sensitive mouse was seen first at a showcase, and even still hasn't officially been announced. The real highlight feature is the BlueTrack technology, which allows you to mouse on pretty much any surface outside of clear glass, and a scroll pad that has optional haptic feedback. There's also a total of five customizable buttons that can be adjusted for use with righties and lefties, and it obviously looks a good bit like the Arc Mouse that was announced recently... Read more...
Man, talk about history repeating itself. First came the mouse, then the trackball, then the gaming mouse, and now…the trackball? We guess this iteration of the mouse never truly went away, but the popularity amongst the masses has certainly declined. That's not stopping Kensington from producing yet another in the line, though, with the Orbit being introduced this week along with a bit of new software. The Orbit Wireless Mobile Trackball is built to fit the everyday working style of mobile professionals on the go, with a  centered-ball design, recommended by ergonomists, delivers more precision and comfort than conventional ball-under-the-thumb structured trackballs. Kensington’s... Read more...
When it comes to controlling your favorite PC title, you've got a few options. There's a mouse. There's a keyboard. There's a control pad. And there's a joystick. With few exceptions, those are what you've got to work with. But now, there's one more option, and it's a major one. Keith McMillen Instruments (KMI) announced today the SoftStep KeyWorx multi-touch foot controller, the world’s first foot controlled digital interface, providing a new and faster way to operate a computer.  Available for Mac and Windows, this controller is one of the first we've ever seen that sits on the floor. The company claims that this can be used by just about anyone: gamers, video editors, programmers,... Read more...
For whatever reason, Hewlett Packard decided not to make a big deal out of the fact that its 'Wi-Fi Mobile Mouse' is now available for purchase. We'll go ahead and do it for them, because this is one rodent deserving of a little fanfare. The reason we're intrigued with the Wi-Fi Mobile Mouse is because even though wireless mice have been done before, they've never been done like this. Unlike other wireless rodents that communicate with your PC using either Bluetooth or a USB dongle, HP's creation uses your computer's built-in Wi-Fi receiver. Genius! Notebook users who aren't real keen on using a trackpad stand to gain the most from something like this, as the lack of a USB dongle means you don't... Read more...
If you've got a thing for buying a new mouse every time a new one hits the market, you may need to find another hobby. The mice are crawling out of their holes at an alarming rate these days -- between Logitech, Razer, Microsoft and SteelSeries, it's hard to even keep track of these tracking devices. Logi is on deck this time with a newcomer, the Optical Gaming Mouse G400. It's said to be the follow-up mouse to the MX518, which currently sits as the company's best-ever selling gaming mouse. Needless to say, those are big shoes to fill. If you look closely, you'll see that the overall design of the G400 is very similar to that of the MX518, and that's intentional. Logitech went out of their way... Read more...
E3 just wrapped up this week, but a whole ton of new gear was introduced in the few days that the convention ran. Including these. SteelSeries, a company known for their PC gaming peripherals, announced a new family of exclusive Diablo III accessories, co-designed with Blizzard Entertainment. There's a lot of big names attached to the release, and it's fitting for it all to launch at a show as mega as E3. The Diablo III Mouse, Headset and a pair of QcK mousepads made their debut, with the Witch Doctor and Barbarian boasting illumination features that supposedly highlight the next installment of the Diablo series. The mouse ($69) has a laser sensor with up to 5000 CPI, seven ergonomically positioned... Read more...
With the belief that two is better than one, Razer today introduced its all new 4G Dual Sensor System. Sounds high tech, doesn't it? Razer's dual sensor technology takes advantage of both an optical and laser sensor to improve tracking accuracy, which the company jammed into its latest edition Mamba and Imperator mice. "The 4G Dual Sensor System combines the best of both worlds - an optical and a laser sensor, to deliver twice the level of tracking precision," Razer explains. "By allowing calibration of mouse to the surface you’re using, it is primed to optimally track your swipes more rapidly and accurately for the best in-game performance you can actually feel. It also lets you determine... Read more...
NZXT is a little late in trying to capitalize on the Avatar hype, and entirely way to early to pitch a branded product as being based off of a classic (like Star Wars, for example). But whatever, we'll cut NZXT some slack here because, well, the company's new Avatar S gaming mice look really cool. These rodents inspired by James Cameron's ridiculously successful film come in either black or white. What's that, no blue version!? Apparently not, though blue LED highlights accent the mice. Image Credit: NZXT Professional gamers probably need not apply, but for everyone else, the Avatar S series boasts up to 1600 DPI (you can switch between 1600, 800, and 400 in-game using a physical switch -- no... Read more...
You've heard of corded USB mice, and you've heard of Bluetooth mice. But a Wi-Fi mouse? Could it be? HP's calling this device the industry's first Wi-Fi mouse, using Link-5 technology to pipe in mouse commands over a standard Wi-Fi connection. No dongles, no nubs, and no Bluetooth module required. Also, the battery is expected to last an astonishing nine months, and there are five customizable buttons that allow users to create shortcuts for common actions such as cut, paste, undo and redo. You'll get a 4-way tilt-scroll wheel, 30 feet of range and a sculpted form with rubber sides to ensure a comfortable, secure grip that can be used in the right or left hand. Speaking of Link-5, that tech allows... Read more...
Razer's been focused on peripherals for gamers over the years, and while a good mouse is important, it's not much without a good mouse pad. Razer's able to help out in that regard, as well, and this week they're introducing the Goliathus precision gaming board, and this one's designed for those who prefer soft mats. It's still still and rigid, but doesn't have that rock-hard surface that others have. Razer has improved the design by adding a dense, anti-fraying and long-lasting stitched frame, which is said to add an unprecedented level of targeting and tracking accuracy, while maintaining a perfectly controllable yet consistent glide. Pricing ranges from $14.99 to $34.99 depending on the edition... Read more...
Another month, another mouse! Logitech's been cranking 'em out at a healthy clip lately, and the company's newest is easy to overlook...from a size standpoint only, of course. The Wireless Mouse M325 is perfect for travel, offering a compact size and a USB Unifying Receiver nub that's tiny enough to leave in your laptop at all times. The company asserts that it's optimized for web browsing, complete with a micro scroll-wheel (offering 4x the ratchets of an average mouse) that's said to make scrolling around a web page far more precise and fluid. All told, the wheel has 72 rugged, tiny ratchets, while the average mouse has only 18 to 24. This little guy also has a crazy battery life; up to 18... Read more...
3D is clearly booming, and it's not just in the cinema. It's spreading to television and elsewhere, and while 3D on the screen isn't the same as spacial 3D, we doubt it's a coincidence that 3D mice are also coming into play. 3Dconnexion, which has created a certain amount of 3D peripherals in the years, has just announced 3DxWare 10, which is detailed as a breakthrough driver platform that extends the usage of 3D mice to any application, from Microsoft Office to internet browsers and from media players to games. And now with 3DxWare 10, 3Dconnexion 3D mice can also handle everyday applications with ease. Beta versions of 3DxWare 10 for PC and Mac can be downloaded for free from www.3dconnexion.com/anywhere,... Read more...
Verbatim announced the company's latest computer accessories in the form of the Mini Wireless Slim Keyboard & Mouse, the Wireless Optical Touch Mouse, and the Wireless Mini Travel Mouse. All three of these new accessories feature 2.4GHz performance as well as a leave-in USB Nano receiver. The new Mini Wireless Slim Keyboard & Mouse set comes with a laptop-style keyboard that has an ultra-slim and compact design. The Wireless Optical Touch Mouse lets you navigate the mouse pointer with the swipe of a finger. This ergonomically designed mouse features a piano black finish. Verbatim’s Wireless Mini Travel Mouse touts a small and stylish package that's both colorful and ultra-portable.... Read more...
Genius added the Navigator 905 Vogue to its line of BlueEye wireless mice. This mouse features a 1200 dpi BlueEye optical engine to give you precise tracking. The mouse works on almost any surface and connects to your PC via a Pico USB dongle that uses 2.4GHz RF wireless connectivity. The Navigator 905 Vogue also has a stick-n-go feature the enables you to attach the mouse to a notebook when moving around the office. Under the top cover of the mouse, you'll find a two-in-one storage slot to store the Pico dongle and the stick-n-go mount. On the bottom of the Navigator 905 Vogue, you'll find an on/off switch to help conserve battery power and prevent energy-waste. The Navigator 905 Vogue comes... Read more...
Razer's specialty is gaming mice. The company kicked things off with a bang years ago by launching the BoomSlang, and at this point, they've created more mice than we care to count. This week, they're launching yet another new mousing device in the DeathAdder Black Edition. It's an update to the original DeathAdder, which was actually launched way back in 2006 (if you can believe it!). Five years later, it's time for an update. And the Black Edition is that update. Razer is releasing this model as a commemoration of this anniversary, with the new model simplifying the design with a non-slip rubber side, complete black finish, 3500dpi 3.5G infrared sensor, 1000hz Ultrapolling with 1ms response... Read more...
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