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Cooler Master Spawn Gaming Mouse

Posted in Mouse by Conner Flynn on February 7th, 2011

Cooler Master, the company that sounds like it will chill your beer, has introduced the Spawn gaming mouse. Sadly, it has nothing to do with the Spawn comic book character. Sorry if the name got your geek juices flowing.

It features on-the-fly DPI change with a 3500 DPI laser sensor, 32KB on-board memory, 7 buttons with 5 million OMRON switches and a rubberized no-slip exterior. It just might improve your game. You can purchase the Cooler Master Spawn for around $50.

Sentinel Advance gaming mouse with OLED display

Posted in Mouse by Conner Flynn on September 17th, 2009

Sentinel Advance gaming mouse with OLED displayIf you want a mouse that looks all stealthy and military and is also highly customizable, CM Storm’s Sentinel Advance is the mouse for you. It features several sensitivity ranges, rapid fire modes, DPI adjustments, and an editor for different macros and scripts. The Sentinel Advance gaming mouse will let you use five different profiles and store them in internal memory, then switch between them on the fly as they are needed.

As a bonus it also boasts Doppler Effect processing, real-time tracking technology and an OLED display. It’s available now to help you kill all of your online enemies for £49.99 or $83.

Logitech G500 Gaming Mouse and G330 Gaming Headset

Posted in Logitech by Conner Flynn on August 6th, 2009

Logitech G500 Gaming Mouse And G330 Gaming HeadsetLogitech has updated its G5 gaming mouse with the release of the new Logitech G500 Gaming Mouse. The G500 features an adjustable dpi from 200dpi all the way up to 5,700dpi, ten programmable buttons, a dual mode scroll wheel with hyper-fast scrolling, and click-to-click scrolling for weapon selection.

Logitech also introduced a new gaming headset in the Logitech G330, which features a noise canceling microphone and in-line audio controls. The Logitech G500 Gaming mouse will cost you $69.99, meanwhile the G330 headset is $49.99.

SteelSeries unveils Xai laser gaming mouse

Posted in Computer Components by Shane McGlaun on July 27th, 2009

steelseries_xai_laser-sbIf you like to play games, odds are you long ago retired that junk mouse that come with your computer and opted for a gaming mouse. If you haven’t, what’s wrong with you? That 800 dpi mouse that shipped with your computer isn’t up to gaming whether you realize it or not.

SteelSeries has announced a new mouse for gamers called the Xai laser gaming mouse. The mouse is designed with a shape, size, and weight to help gamers get an advantage over their competition. The mouse was designed in cooperation with pro gamers says SteelSeries.

Cooler Master Storm gaming mouse with OLED display

Posted in Mouse by Conner Flynn on May 27th, 2009

Cooler Master Storm gaming mouse with OLED displayTweaktown recently got to check out Cooler Master’s upcoming Storm gaming mouse. This mouse is interesting mostly because of the built-in OLED display, adjustable DPI, and lots of lights. Obviously you aren’t going to do much with the screen, being the small size that it is.

You could display a small logo maybe. The model shown here is not the final version, so all of the lighting tricks aren’t shown. Yeah, it’s tacky, but those who love flashing shiny things will be happy. Pricing and availability are not yet known.

Microsoft SideWinder X3 gaming mouse review

Posted in Review by Shane McGlaun on May 8th, 2009

sidewinderx3-1PC gamers are a picky lot that eschew traditional keyboards and mice for products catering to the specific needs of gamers. Typically gaming mice offer high levels of sensitivity, lots of buttons, macro capabilities, and a high price tag. Microsoft has added a new low price gaming mouse to its SideWinder line up called the SideWinder X3. Today we are going to take a hands on look at the SideWinder X3 and see is low price means low performance. Read on for more details on the Microsoft SideWinder X3.

Logitech finally offers new grips for G9 mouse

Posted in Logitech by Shane McGlaun on December 5th, 2008

Logitech G9 ID GripWhen it comes to peripherals for PC gaming, normal mice and keyboards that ship with computers today really don’t cut it. Gamers need peripherals with more performance and customization options. Gaming with a normal 800 dpi mouse is not what gamers really want.

Back at E3 2007 I first laid eyes on the Logitech G9 gaming mouse. The mouse offered some interesting features including very high resolution for excellent sensitivity and customization with interchangeable grips to change the look and feel of the mouse. At the time, Logitech said that it would be introducing additional grips with different shapes and customized artwork.

Silverstone introduces the carbon fiber Raven gaming mouse

Posted in Computer Components,gaming accessories by Shane McGlaun on October 7th, 2008

Silverstone Raven Gaming MouseI have covered a myriad of gaming mice here over the months and one thing most all gaming mice have in common is that they are all wired. Gamers don’t really want wireless products because of the lag they introduce. A new gaming mouse from a name that computer enthusiasts will probably recognize is now available.

The mouse is called the Silverstone Raven. Raven has adjustable sensitivity from 400 to 3200 DPI and connects to the PC via a USB cord. Adjustments to sensitivity are made with the rotating thumb button on the side. 3200 DPI isn’t as high a resolution you can find in gaming mice, the Razer Lachesis will do 4000 DPI, but 3200 is enough for most gamers.

HP HDX Laser Mouse for gamers sneaks out of its mouse hole

Posted in HP by Shane McGlaun on September 16th, 2008

HP HDX Laser Gaming MouseIt seems like everyone is jumping into the gaming peripheral market today. Not so long ago the only two real players in the market were Logitech and Razer. Today Microsoft is back in a big way and a slew of small firms are offering up gamer specific devices.

HP is even getting in on the gaming peripheral market with the introduction of a pair of new gaming mice. HP claims its HDX Laser mouse and Laser Gaming Mouse with VodooDNA are designed for expert gamers. The mice offer adjustable sensitivity through five different levels.