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Rude Gameware Fierce Laser Gaming Mouse v2

Posted in Mouse by Conner Flynn on January 25th, 2011

Rude Gameware has unveiled the Fierce Laser Gaming Mouse v2, their second version of the original Firece Laser Gaming Mouse. It’s packed with proprietary, performance-enhancing components that should show an improvement of 60%.

It also comes with a 5000 DPI laser engine offering a super fast response time of only 1 millisecond. Now that is fast. The Fierce Laser Gaming Mouse V2 will cost you $49.95. Its predecessor is now on sale for just $39.95 if you want the original.

Fujitsu M440 is the world’s first bio-mouse

Posted in Mouse by Conner Flynn on January 25th, 2011

Fujitsu has just released the M440, which is the world’s most eco-friendly mouse. For real. Producing this mouse puts less carbon dioxide into the air than creating one with regular plastic. That’s good for everybody. But that’s not all. All of the non-metal parts of the mouse are made from biologically sourced renewable compounds like lignin, starch, and natural resins.

It can even be more comfortable than a typical mouse due to the more elastic nature of the materials. Maybe one day all mice will be made like this. The Fujitsu M440 is just $22.

LG LSM-100 mouse is also a scanner

Posted in LG by Conner Flynn on January 20th, 2011

Mice is doing all kinds of crazy stuff lately. The other say we saw a mouse with a built-in speaker and now this one from LG has a scanner on the bottom. The LG LSM-100 mouse can scan a small area quickly while also keeping track of your mouse’s movement.

The integrated 5 LED, 300 dpi scanner isn’t going to blow you away with quality images, but still, it’s a great idea. No word on pricing or availability right now though.

eGANG W3 IGM-7000 Audio Mouse

Posted in Mouse by Conner Flynn on January 19th, 2011

eGANG Corporation has released the W3 IGM-7000 Audio Mouse. The device comes with a built-in stereo speaker and a microphone. It also offers 1000dpi tracking, a 2-channel stereo speaker and a microphone that can be used for listening to music and making VoIP calls.

It’s basically an all in one mouse. Well, not all, but the eGANG W3 IGM-7000 Audio Mouse does more than yours does. It is also ergonomically designed and has browsing control and volume control buttons.

XIM3 is the next generation of Xbox 360 keyboard and mouse adapters

Posted in Xbox 360 by Conner Flynn on December 20th, 2010

The XIM3 adapter isn’t the first keyboard and mouse adapter for the Xbox 360 console, but XIM Technologies’ latest device could be the best solution so far. It promises to deliver an FPS experience that is very close to the PC. The XIM3 has an integrated LCD display that allows you to customize settings and choose a specific setup for any given title.

The XIM3 uses ‘Smart Translators’ to ensure there’s always 1-to-1 movement between the mouse and your target reticule on-screen. The list of supported titles is expanding, and will no doubt include all the popular titles.

Shogun Bros. Chameleon X-1 mouse is also a gamepad

Posted in Mouse by Conner Flynn on December 11th, 2010

A PC gamepad built into the bottom of a mouse? You bet. And it looks pretty decent too. It’s called the Shogun Bros. Chameleon X-1. There’s no price or shipping date just yet however. Specs include a 5-stage adjustable 1600dpi optical sensor with 125Hz polling rate that connects to your Windows PC over a USB dongle with 2.4GHz wireless.

It sports 14 buttons on the bottom, 7 on the top, and even has force feedback as well. Hopefully this device is really as good as it looks.

Chinavasion Full Bamboo Keyboard and Mouse Combo

Posted in Keyboards by Conner Flynn on December 9th, 2010

Beware Panda attacks if using this Bamboo Keyboard and mouse combo from Chinavasion. It is too tempting a treat for Pandas, who will want to eat it for dinner. The laser engraved bamboo keys apparently absorb sweat, stay clean and feel comfortable, while being environmentally friendly.

They do look pretty nice and it beats cold plastic any day. This combo will cost you $33.44. Just plug them into your USB ports and you are good to go.

ASUS and Lamborghini announce a Backpack, Laptop Cases, Mouse, and HDD

Posted in ASUS by Conner Flynn on December 1st, 2010

Looking for the perfect accessory for your Asus Lamborghini laptop? Well Asus has just announced some juicy accessories for your consideration. They include a Lamborghini backpack, laptop case, laptop cover, WX-wireless mouse (with laser precision 10-meter range) and 640GB HDDs with fine gloss scratch-resistant coating available in black and white.

If you love the Asus/Lamborghini branding, then you must be in heaven right now. Broke…but in heaven. The bags will be available in sizes for 12-inch and 17-inch notebooks. Better start saving more money.

SteelSeries WoW Cataclysm gaming mouse

Posted in Mouse by Conner Flynn on October 14th, 2010

SteelSeries is back with a “Cataclysm” mouse to celebrate the upcoming expansion to the world’s biggest MMO. The mouse has 14 programmable buttons that can handle 130+ preset commands, and the ability to store 10 character profiles in software and one in the mouse itself.

The mouse is also Mac friendly and the software also controls the LED lights running down the back and “four different pulsation levels”. In other words, it has pretty lights and they are shiny. The mouse will retail for $100 in December, launching at the same time as World of Warcraft: Cataclysm.

Sony VGP-BMS15 Bluetooth Laser Mouse

Posted in Mouse by Conner Flynn on October 10th, 2010

The Sony VGP-BMS15 Bluetooth laser mouse certainly looks stylish and they go perfectly with your VAIO laptop. The mouse has an interchangeable form-fitting cover that adds to it’s good looks.

The sliding cover turns the mouse on and off and will cover the scroll wheel and buttons when it isn’t in use. This 800-dpi laser mouse also has a low-friction, non-stick PTFT sole to help reduce hand strain. It comes in several delicious colors.

Earth Trek to introduce the Luggage mouse

Posted in Mouse by Conner Flynn on September 16th, 2010

If you are a frequent traveller, then you know a thing or two about luggage. You probably see too much of your luggage. But if you actually love luggage, then check out these mice by Earth Trek. The Japanese market will go crazy for these. It’s the Luggage Mouse.

Yes, it’s shaped and designed to look like a piece of luggage, though it won’t carry anything. It is lightweight and shock-resistant and will be available in Japan soon in four different colors.

Microsoft offers up Studio Series Wireless Mobile Mouse 4000

Posted in Microsoft by Shane McGlaun on August 26th, 2010

Microsoft has pulled the covers off a new wireless mouse that can be had in six different colors and patterns called the Wireless Mobile Mouse 4000. As the name suggest the mouse is aimed at the notebook user looking for a mouse to use on the go.

The 4000 uses Microsoft’s BlueTrack technology and has a plug-and-go-nano transceiver, 2.4GHz wireless technology, and a 10-month battery life. The mouse comes in two models that are the same and only differ in the patterns offered. The D5D-00068 will be offered in many locations and comes in a bright pink Pirouette design, a white and gray design called Downtown, and a skull design called Crania.

SmartFish unveils new ErgoMotion laser mouse

Posted in Mouse by Shane McGlaun on August 25th, 2010

If you spend lots of time at a computer using a mouse and keyboard you know that it can cause pain and stress on your wrist. The wrist gets sore and you can get injuries like carpal tunnel in part for holding the same position for extended periods.

A new mouse from SmartFish called the ErgoMotion mouse has been unveiled that promises to reduce RSI injuries. The mouse has a design that looks like a regular mouse on a stand. The mouse moves around like normal mouse and is able to pivot side-to-side and front to back as it moves so the wrist isn’t stuck in a single position.

Canon X Mark I Mouse is also a calculator

Posted in Mouse by Conner Flynn on August 6th, 2010

If anything will get you to change your existing mouse, this will. Canon has just introduced the X Mark I Mouse, a wireless laser mouse that doubles as a fully functional calculator and a numeric keypad. Bluetooth 2.0 is responsible for the connections, and it has A 1,200dpi sensor.

It’s also compatible with both OS X and Windows platforms. Get ready to crunch some numbers while mousing in November when it launches. Just £39.99 / €48.99 .

Logitech Wireless Gaming Mouse G700 cuts the ties that bind

Posted in Logitech by Shane McGlaun on August 5th, 2010

That cool set of wireless headphones isn’t the only piece of wireless gaming hardware that Logitech is whipping out today. Logitech has also unveiled a new wireless gaming mouse called the G700.

The G700 uses the cool new nano receiver from Logitech that takes up very little space and can even be left plugged in on gaming notebooks. The mouse has a battery good for hours of gaming per charge.