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Razer crams new 3.5G laser sensor into updated Lachesis gaming mouse

Posted in Computer Components by Shane McGlaun on August 4th, 2010

Razer debuted the Lachesis gaming mouse back in 2007 and the first iteration of the rodent had 4000dpi sensitivity. For its day, the Lachesis was one of the most sensitive mice you could buy. Today that 4000dpi mark isn’t that big of a deal.

Razer has announced that it has updated the Lachesis gaming mouse with a new design and a new sensor. The 3.5G laser sensor from Razer supports up to 5600dpi and the mouse has customizable lighting.

Razer gets into the Tron spirit with new keyboard and mouse

Posted in Keyboards by Shane McGlaun on June 24th, 2010

I know that many of the geeks out there who grew up in the 80′s are fans of Tron. It was hard not to be with all the arcade games that were around with mini games from the original movie. I always liked the Light Bike game. I vaguely recall there being Tron toys when I was a kid too.

With the new Tron movie hitting theaters soon, there is resurgence in Tron merchandise with toys and game controllers. Razer has announced that it has a couple of Tron peripherals coming to celebrate the movie and geek up your gaming rig.

Razer Starcraft II gaming peripherals

Posted in Games by Conner Flynn on June 17th, 2010

Razer’s new Starcraft II series of gaming peripherals look hot. They include the Razer Spectre gaming mouse, the Razer Marauder gaming keyboard, and the Razer Banshee gaming headset. All feature Starcraft-themed designs, with blue LEDs, and lots of gamer-friendly features.

Some of those features include 1000Hz Ultrapolling / 1ms response on the keyboard, 5600 dpi resolution and button force adjustment on the mouse, and a detachable mic on the headset. Since these are full of nice features and Starcraft II good looks, you can also expect to pay a premium price. The Spectre mouse is $80, and the Marauder keyboard and Banshee headset will each cost $120 when they arrive in the third quarter of this year.

Microsoft offers up colorful Wireless Mobile Mouse 3500 models

Posted in Microsoft by Shane McGlaun on May 19th, 2010

Microsoft has had its cool Wireless Mobile Mouse 3500 on the market for a while now. The portable mouse uses a tiny nano receiver that you can plug in and forget about. It also uses the Microsoft BlueTrack sensor.

Microsoft claims that a single set of batteries in the mouse will last for eight months thanks to an on/off switch. The mouse originally came in gray and pink colors. The mouse has an ambidextrous design for any user. Microsoft announced three new patterns of the mouse today that looks really good.

Jailbroken iPad hack supports Magic Mouse

Posted in Apple by Shane McGlaun on May 10th, 2010

I really like my iPad and most of the time I like the fact that it has performance like a netbook but the input features of my iPhone. However, a few times I have wished that I could use a big keyboard and mouse with the thing.

A new hack for jailbroken iPads has surfaced that allows the user to use the Apple Magic Mouse with the iPad via Bluetooth. The only real downside is that the iPad has to be jailbroken and many folks don’t want to do that.

Razer offers up Abyssus Mirror Special Edition gaming mouse

Posted in Mouse by Shane McGlaun on May 5th, 2010

Think about gaming peripherals like keyboards and mice and the name Razer is sure to come to mind. Razer has been making some of the coolest gaming mice on the market for years now. The company has announced a new special edition gaming mouse called the Abyssus Mirror Special Edition.

The special edition has a glossy black shell, hence the Mirror edition moniker. Under the shiny skin it is a 3500dpi infrared sensor mouse with hardware toggles for sensitivity adjustment. The sensitivity can be set to 450, 1800, or 3500 dpi.

Crazy bendy mouse looks like a bracelet

Posted in Concepts by Shane McGlaun on April 9th, 2010

I really like the svelte profile of that Microsoft Arc mouse that turned up a while back. Thin peripherals are cool to look at and often more comfortable to use as well. A new mouse design concept over at Yanko Design makes that Arc mouse look fat.

The concept is called the Bendy M. It reminds me of one of those slap bracelets my daughter plays with. The flexible mouse is a long thin strip when not in use. When it comes time to work, you wrap it into a curved 3D shape you can mouse with.

Toe Mouse uses flip flop tech

Posted in Concepts,Mouse by Shane McGlaun on April 7th, 2010

When it comes to computer peripherals like your mouse, most of us go for the traditional design that sits on the desk and moves the cursor on screen and stuff. Gamers look for the other things in a mouse like lots of sensitivity and buttons.

A new concept mouse has turned up on Yanko Design that is completely different. As you might guess from the name Toe Mouse, the input device is designed to be operated with your feet. Am I weird for being grossed out a bit by that?

World’s most expensive mouse, also the tackiest

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

It looks like the world’s cheapest mouse, but actually it’s the most expensive. All they have done is add some rare gems on it. That’s it. The World’s Most Expensive Computer Mouse. That’s actually the mouse’s name. It’s made by Pat Says Now.

You’ll get 59 brilliant cut diamonds, with three different casts available: white, yellow or red 18 carat gold. True to its name, it will cost you $26,730. If you actually order one, you are the world’s stupidest person.

Sharkoon FireGlider Black Edition gaming mouse

Posted in Mouse by Conner Flynn on March 31st, 2010

Sharkoon now has a black edition of its popular FireGlider gaming mouse. Gamers will love that the mouse comes with a soft black surface and boasts seven buttons, six of them programmable.

Some other features include a scroll wheel that you can finely adjust and special grip areas for the best possible hold. There is also on-board memory for macros. The DPI range is between 600 and 3600, with a frame rate of 7080 fps and it can implement accurate accelerations up to 20 G.

Razer DeathAdder for lefties

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

Being right-handed, I will never know the lament of the lefty. You guys need the special scissors and even your own special mouse. And since most of us are right-handed, you are often left out in the cold. It might be easier to just conform to the “right” way, but if you choose not to, then Razer has a mouse for you.

The Razer DeathAdder Left Hand Edition. It’s a mirrored version of the DeathAdder, with the same 3500dpi sensor with 1000hz polling, braided cabling, and five programmable buttons.

Razer pledges more support for Mac gamers

Posted in Computer Components by Shane McGlaun on March 11th, 2010

I have been playing computer games since I was a kid and have always preferred computer gaming to consoles. If you are a dedicated Mac user, you can still be a gamer. However, Mac game software and peripherals are not nearly as prolific as gear for the PC.

Gamine peripheral maker Razer has announced at GDC that it will increase its support for Mac gamers. Razer states that it will be offering a new line of drivers for Mac users for all of its upcoming products.

Microsoft’s BlueTrack Mice get three new models

Posted in Mouse by Conner Flynn on February 24th, 2010

Want a Microsoft BlueTrack mouse that offers laser precision on any surface? Of course you do. And now you can get three new models for under thirty bucks. Those three models are: the Wireless Mobile Mouse 3500, Wireless Mouse 2000 and Comfort Mouse 4500.

All have the same BlueTrack tech, the difference is in size and transceivers. The Mobile Mouse 3500 has a nano-transceiver along with rubber grips on the side for extra support. The 2000 model is larger and has a snap-in transceiver. The Comfort Mouse 4500 actually has a wire.

MSI Air Keyboard

Posted in MSI by Conner Flynn on February 23rd, 2010

The MSI Air Keyboard is an HTPC keyboard/mouse that fits in the palm of your hands. Think of it as a Wiimote with keyboard.

It has a QWERTY layout, ergonomic back and includes LB and RB shoulder trigger, just like a game controller. The Air can also be used as a mouse thanks to an internal accelerometer. So just like a Wiimote, you aim the device to control an onscreen cursor.

Adesso WKB-4200UB keyboard unveiled

Posted in Keyboards by Shane McGlaun on February 17th, 2010

You can’t use most computers without a keyboard and mouse. This is a problem for those who work in a small space or HTPC users who sit on the couch and might not have a surface for mousing. Adesso has unveiled a new keyboard that combines two input devices to save space.

The WKB-4200UB is a wireless keyboard with 2.4GHz connectivity and 30-foot range. It has 12 channels it can change through for best signal strength. The number pad of the keyboard is replaced with a track pad.