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mini review Bless their hearts, Logitech has made a MOBA mouse that's performs against hardcore scrutiny and works handily for casual use.
mini review Fantastic for anyone who wants the performance and comfort of a gaming mouse without an industrial design.
Mini Review Hyperbole aside, the Logitech G402 Hyperion Fury is actually an awesome, affordable mid-range gaming mouse.
Mini Review This is Roccat's camo-ridden revision to its cheap and comfy gaming mouse, the Kone Pure, and it feels just as nice.
It's a bit pricey, but the Sensei Wireless is a mouse that you'll likely come to love for the next few years.
The G502 has quite a legacy to live up to. Sporting a handful of great new features, it most certainly does.
MINI REVIEW Slotting in just below the M60 in Corsair's gaming mouse range, the Raptor M40 is the result of a merger between the California-based peripherals giant and German manufacturer Raptor.
Not many games have peripherals designed especially for them, let alone games that are nearly 10 years old. But World of Warcraft is special.