There’s a lot to like about Corsair’s latest gaming mice, but in someways the Glaive RGB is not its greatest.
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PC Gaming Week The HyperX Pulsefire FPS is a comfy gaming mouse, but it doesn’t offer enough features to keep up with fierce competition.
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.