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78 products

  1. Corsair Vengeance M65 review

    Corsair Vengeance M65 review

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    Corsair's range of peripherals just gets bigger and bigger, and it's now adding a new raft of updates to its Vengeance line of gaming goodies.

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    Razer Ouroboros review

    Razer Ouroboros review

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    A little variable in its wired and wireless performance, and far too expensive to forgive the problems

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    Shogun Bros. Ballista MK-1 review

    Shogun Bros. Ballista MK-1 review

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    You probably don't recognise the name Shogun Bros, but you might have seen its first mouse, the Chameleon. It was the bizarre rodent that could be flipped over and used as a gamepad. Here we have something a little more serious.

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    Logitech T400 Zone Touch Mouse review

    Logitech T400 Zone Touch Mouse review

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    Logitech's mobile mouse with touch gesture support for Windows 8 seems like a good idea, but will it be better than the dire M600?

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    Mad Catz Cyborg R.A.T. 9 review

    Mad Catz Cyborg R.A.T. 9 review

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    The ultimate customisable gaming mouse drops the wires and adds a bigger price tag - is it worth it?

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    Thermaltake Level 10M review

    Thermaltake Level 10M review

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    Can this expensive collaboration between Thermaltake and BMW-owned DesignworksUSA justify its high price tag?

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    Microsoft Wedge Touch Mouse review

    Microsoft Wedge Touch Mouse review

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    First up in the new Windows 8 range of peripherals is the Microsoft Wedge Touch Mouse, a rather odd looking Bluetooth-only mouse.

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    Ozone Radon Opto review

    Ozone Radon Opto review

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    An advanced gaming mouse for those of us who take our games seriously, which is easy to configure and comfortable to use.

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    QPAD 5K LE review

    QPAD 5K LE review

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    Has it got glowing red LEDs? Yes? Then it's a gaming mouse. But does this professional gaming laser mouse stand out from the crowd?

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    Roccat Savu review

    Roccat Savu review

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    The Roccat Savu is a comfortable mouse, but what is a mid-size hybrid gaming mouse?

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    Gyration Air Mouse Mobile review

    Gyration Air Mouse Mobile review

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    The Air Mouse Mobile can be used as an ordinary desktop mouse, but when it takes to the air, you get to see its true worth.

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    HP Wireless Optical Mobile Mouse review

    HP Wireless Optical Mobile Mouse review

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    If you don't get along with using the built-in trackpad of your laptop, then getting a small mouse for it is a great investment.

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    SteelSeries Kana review

    SteelSeries Kana review

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    The community of gamers has been consulted by SteelSeries over certain design aspects of the Kana mouse, with the aim of this mouse truly being a mouse designed for gamers by gamers.

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    Mad Catz Cyborg M.M.O. 7 review

    Mad Catz Cyborg M.M.O. 7 review

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    The choice to drop the R.A.T. name reflects this mouse's renewed focus on massively multiplayer games such as World of Warcraft.

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    Gigabyte Aivia M8600 review

    Gigabyte Aivia M8600 review

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    The Gigabyte Aivia M8600 Wireless Macro Gaming Mouse has addressed a number of battery concerns for uninterrupted gaming.

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    SteelSeries Kinzu V2 Pro Edition review

    SteelSeries Kinzu V2 Pro Edition review

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    Out of the gaming mouse triumvirate of the SteelSeries Sensei, Katu and the Kinzu, it is the latter that is designed to be the smallest.

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    Corsair Vengeance M60 gaming mouse review

    Corsair Vengeance M60 gaming mouse review

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    Even the grouchiest CS:S gamer will be happy with the M60's performance. The jury's still out on whether DPI really makes a huge difference, but the M60's adjustable polling rate, high tracking speed and low-friction PTFE pads make for a noticeably smooth experience.

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