Over the past year or two Cooler Master has been redefining gaming gear with the CM Storm line of products. One of their latest products is a smaller gaming mouse called the Spawn. The Spawn is wider and shorter than your typical gaming mouse and also has a low profile design. This third mouse on the CM Storm line is sure to fit the gamer who doesn’t like bulky mice. Read on further to read more about the Spawn’s unique ergonomic design.
The Thermaltake Tt eSPORTS line of gaming products is new to the market. It includes a variety of products including mice, keyboards, headsets and mousepads. Today we have the opportunity to review our first Tt eSPORTS product, the Challenger Pro Keyboard. This keyboard features an adjustable red back light illumination, two onboard USB 2.0 ports, as well as a personal cooling fan. Read on further to see what else this keyboard has in store.
After being pleasantly surprised by Arctic Cooling’s first entry into the mouse market, the M551, I was looking forward to testing the M571. I was very interested to see what they did with the M571 to differentiate the two models and justify the additional $5 for it. So without further ado let’s take a look at the features.
Arctic Cooling is a company known for their cooling products, but recently they have been getting into the PC peripheral market. Today we have the chance to check out their attempts at a keyboard. The Arctic K381 Multi-Function Ultra-Slim Keyboard is not only small in size, but small in price. This small keyboard makes writing fun again. Read on further to get the details.
I have to be honest, when I agreed to review two mice for Bob the thought never occurred to me that they would be from Arctic Cooling, a company known for, well cooling products. I have owned several of their cooling products over the years and have never been disappointed, so I was looking forward to see how they would translate that experience into a mouse. They have released two mice that are geared to “professional gamers and experienced users”, the Artic M551 and Artic M571. Today we will be putting the Artic M551 through its paces.
If you are anything like me then you absolutely cannot not use your laptop’s track pad to do any sort of work. Even if you are not like me using a mouse with a laptop is a lot more comfortable. Well our friends from Choiix may have the perfect portable mouse for you. The Choiix Cruiser is a 2.4 GHz wireless mouse that is small and can be used on pretty much any surface, which makes it perfect for laptop users that are on the go. Read on to check it out!
With Cooler Masters CM Storm Gaming product line on the rise Cooler Master has recently released the CM Storm Inferno Gaming Mouse for the ultimate gamer. The CM Storm Inferno features 11 buttons, all highly adjustable with the Inferno software. The software features plenty of macros, scripts and other adjustments the FPS and MMORPG gamer would need. Being on the CM Storm line, the mouse has to have a great look, feel and gamer touch; that it does with its red/black design and LED illuminations. Read on further to see what else this mouse has to offer.
The patented Jelfin mouse was all the rage this year at CES, garnering more attention from mass media outlets than most other products at the show. Unique to the Jelfin is not only its shape, but its flexible gel exterior. Aside from its appearance and feel, it’s a standard two button wheel mouse. Is it worth it? ThinkComputers checks it out.
The OCZ Elixir keyboard has been out for just about 2 years now. We were lucky enough to win one during CES at OCZ’s party. We normally would not review such an old keyboard, but looking around online we found this keyboard for $20 brand new, which for any keyboard is a great deal. So let’s take a look at the Alchemy Series Elixir Gaming keyboard and see if it’s the perfect keyboard for a gamer on a budget.
One thing that many motherboards have lacked up until recently was extra USB ports. Many people do not need a lot of extra USB ports, but people like me do. I run 4 external USB hard drives, have a USB webcam, 2 USB receivers for my keyboard and mouse, card reader, USB speakers, iPhone dock, and always need 1 extra USB port open for my flash drive! Wouldn’t it be nice if I could move a few of those connections inside the case and not have to worry about them? Well NZXT has developed something that is a no brainer, the IU01 USB Expansion System.
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