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Corsair Scimitar Pro RGB gaming mouse review

The Corsair Scimitar Pro RGB is designed to be the pinnacle of the high-functioning, MMO/MOBA gaming mouse. It is engineered to provide high-speed, accurate movements, with double digit re-mappable buttons for almost unprecedented levels of functionality. The only reason I say ‘almost’, is because the original Corsair Scimitar that we reviewed …

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Corsair Harpoon RGB gaming mouse

Corsair produces excellent, high-end gaming peripherals but it knows not everyone will want to spend £70 on a mouse or £150 on a keyboard. Enter the Corsair Harpoon RGB- this mouse comes with the multi-coloured lighting of high-end gaming peripherals, without the monstrous price tag. At just £28, the Harpoon is one …

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PNY Riot 01 gaming mouse review

PNY might be a new comer to the world of peripheral making, but it is gunning hard for the competitive market of gaming mice with its first effort: the Riot 01. It has an eye catching colour scheme, an ergonomic shape and some neat lighting options that are rather impressive …

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Tt eSports Black FP Gaming Mouse Review

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Thermaltake released the Tt eSports Black mouse way back in 2010 and we were big fans of it even then, but times change and the world of peripherals has certainly moved on since. So what has Thermtaltake done to make this new version, the Tt eSports Black FP different from …

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SpeedLink Ledos Gaming Mouse Review

We tend to review quite a lot of high-end gaming mice but are there decent options for those on a tighter budget? Today, we are taking a look at the Ledos Optical Gaming Mouse from SpeedLink, featuring an ambidextrous design, an optical sensor with just enough DPI and ‘rapid-fire’ buttons. …

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Asus ROG Spatha Wireless Gaming Mouse Review

Asus has been teasing us with its new flagship mouse, the ROG Spatha, for almost a year now but it is finally here. Featuring Wired and Wireless modes, 12 programmable buttons and a three zone RGB lighting system all wrapped up in a magnesium alloy chassis, painted over with the …

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Ozone launches Neon 3K gaming mouse

Ozone is expanding its mouse line-up this week with the launch of the brand new Neon 3K gaming mouse. Powered by one of the most precise mouse sensors available on the market today, Ozone’s team of engineers have worked hard to deliver a top performance mouse that will satisfy even …

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Razer Naga Chroma 5G MMO gaming mouse review

No matter how many buttons your mouse has, some gamers want more of them. That is why rodents like the Razer Naga exist, offering more function in a mouse than almost any other. Designed with MOBA and MMOB gamers in mind, the Naga also comes with all of the strong features …

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MSI Interceptor DS300 Gaming Mouse Review

MSI has been at the forefront of PC gaming hardware for years and now they are taking the next step into taking over your desk with the launch of new gaming peripherals. Today, we are taking a look at the MSI Interceptor DS300 gaming mouse, featuring an ergonomic, palm-grip friendly …

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Razer Orochi 8200 4G wireless gaming mouse review

One of the tropes of gaming peripherals is that they tend to be big and very flashy. Extra buttons and gimmicks galore are commonplace on hardware from all manufacturers, including Razer. Not so with the new Orochi though. This remake of the classic, small form-factor design has many of the …

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Razer Diamondback Chroma 2016 gaming mouse review

The Razer Diamondback is one of the most iconic gaming mice Razer ever made, so it is with some fanfare that we can announce its return. Much like the original, this is a slimline, ambidextrous rodent, though it has updated ergonomics, styling and internal hardware – thanks to its more contemporary …

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CMStorm Sentinel III Gaming Mouse Review

Back in December, Cooler Master announced the CM Storm Sentinel III, its latest gaming mouse bringing new features including an improved tracking sensor, a customizable OLED display and new RGB lighting. Today, we are finally going to put it through its paces and see just how well it performs.  The …

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Corsair Gaming Scimitar RGB mouse review

If you ever thought that most gaming mice do not have enough buttons for you then Corsair’s new Scimitar MMO/MOBA mouse is probably what you need. It incorporates 12 side buttons as well as the usual ones at the front end. The optical sensor has a class leading 12,000 DPI …

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Zowie gaming peripherals is now part of BenQ

A few of our readers have likely heard of Zowie at this point, we have reviewed several Zowie mice since 2014 and have often come away with positive impressions. Now, Zowie is changing a bit, as the gaming peripheral brand will now be used by BenQ at eSports events and tournaments. …

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G.Skill MX780 RGB gaming mouse review

Gaming mice are a very personal choice and with the myriad of options available to prospective buyers, choosing one can be very difficult. G.Skill are hoping that by offering a heavily customisable product it may just secure your interest, as its Ripjaws MX780 offers a number of tweakable options that help …

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Cooler Master announces Sentinel III Gaming Mouse

Today, Cooler Master has announced its latest peripheral, the Sentinel III gaming mouse, featuring an ergonomic palm-grip style design, targeted at FPS gamers, along with an improved tracking sensor, a customisable OLED display, support for 16.8 million colour lighting and on-board memory for profile storing. Given that this is a …

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Corsair reveals new Katar Gaming Mouse

Today at Games Week in Paris, Corsair announced its new Katar gaming mouse, built with a compact and lightweight design and fully programmable features. It is an ambidextrous mouse, which means it should work perfectly fine with both left and right-handed users. Additionally, like most mice these days, this one …

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Cooler Master Xornet II gaming mouse review

Although the peripheral game is a competitive one, finding a design that works and tweaking it every couple of years can be a winning formula. Razer has achieved that with several of its most beloved gaming mice and there are other firms that have done it with keyboards and headsets. Cooler …

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Razer Mamba 2015 RGB Wireless (16,000dpi) Review

Many gamers avoid wireless mice due to concerns over battery life and latency – we put these concerns to the test when we visited Logitech last year in Switzerland. Razer are another company who believe it is time we change our mindset and give wireless mice some serious consideration. Today …

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Ozone Argon Gaming Mouse Review

eSports is becoming more and more popular by the day and in turn, so are team-based competitive games. This is something that gaming peripheral companies have definitely noticed. Today, we are taking a look at the Ozone Argon, an ambidextrous mouse aimed at competitive gamers. There are two variants of this …

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Razer Mamba Chroma Tournament Edition

Razer has been at the forefront of gaming grade mouse development for years, helping to push the boundaries of what a gamer’s right and left hand man are capable of. Its newly announced – at E3 – Mamba gaming mouse is perhaps the world’s most advanced wireless gaming rodent, but even …

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EVGA Torq X5 Optical gaming mouse

Today we look at the new eVGA Torq X5 gaming mouse built around the high grade Pixart 3988 optical sensor. It has 8 programmable buttons built in and a max reporting rate of 1000hz. It is attractively designed in white, with an ambidextrous design and some tasteful lighting. Is it worth …

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Cougar 200M gaming mouse review

In the quest to develop a gaming mouse that is that much better than the last, peripheral makers the world over often add features that many would consider unnecessary. Sure, customisable lighting is nice and an advanced, gaming grade laser sensor with adjustable weights and palm rests are great, but what if you don’t want …

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Cooler Master Octane M35 and MB7C review

Being a gamer is not necessarily cheap. If you want to do it on a console, it is going to cost you a few hundred on the latest system and then at least another triple digit figure to get all the controllers, games and accessories. While gaming PCs are a lot more …

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