Feenix is taking the Apple approach to releasing products, make one model per year and make sure it’s really good. This year, their mouse is Nascita, which is shaped a bit like a Microsoft Intellimouse Explorer 3.0 (one of the greatest mice ever). Nascita is driverless, so there is not any extra software to install, has built in DPI up and down buttons with a small screen showing the current DPI, and of course forward and back buttons. It is also ergonomically designed for palm, claw, and semi-claw gamers.
The holiday season is right around the corner and with so many recent game releases, people are going to be looking into new computer builds and also upgrading their gaming gear. The other issue is that there is many companies out there that are not producing great quality products that can perform and hold up to being used by gamers. Thankfully there are many true gamer related companies out there that are looking out for the best intrested in there gamers from quality headsets to keyboards and mouses. One of those companies is Thermaltake which for years has produced gamer cases and other accessories. Over the past few years they have put some time and R&D into their products and from the past few months of testing with some of their TT eSports line of gear we have been pleased with their performance and are interested in seeing if we can keep getting the same performance out of the Theron Infrared Gaming Mouse. So keep reading on if you are interested in learning about the TT eSports Theron Infrared gaming mouse.
One of these is the Archer I which has been designed keeping in mind that the least amount of stress is given to the arms, elbows and the wrist. This special mouse provides a comfortable resting place for the palm and provides support for the hand. The finger buttons are also placed in such a way that they avoid the hovering of fingers.
Whenever it comes to the higher performing gaming systems and software, Razer certainly is a name that doesn’t go by without any consideration. It has been affiliated with the eSports community for a very long time and is also known for producing the best quality gaming peripherals. With so many successful products, Razer is happy to announce yet another great one; the Counter Logic Gaming Razer Death Adder gaming mouse which is going to come in limited edition.
The much awaited Aivia Series peripherals have finally been introduced by Gigabyte. These are the special Aivia Uranium mice which have exclusively been designed for gaming offering wireless connectivity that all gamers had been looking for. This provides the ultimate gaming experience without any hassle and hurdles.
eSports are starting to take over the gaming industry with the new push of games that are more team based and focused, with that being said the market for gaming gear for the past few years has been at an all-time high. One of the companies who has been in the scene and going strong for a while is Thermaltake and with their Tt eSPORTS line they have much to offer every level of gamer on the market. Well today we are going to take a look at their new gaming mouse called the Volos. This is their MOBA/MMORPG mouse.
One of the greatest names in the gaming industry, SteelSeries introduced the latest gaming mouse; the all new Sensei RAW Na’Vi Edition. One of the most highlighted features of the latest gaming mouse include the laser sensors (pro grade level) and the highest class switches; all this to provide the maximum fun in gaming and to show users what the ultimate gaming experience really feels like.
Long battery life and gaming are two opposite poles of the end, but Logitech is giving it a shot anyway. The company has announced the G602 wireless gaming mouse today, which declares that it can run for more than 1,400 hours during gaming before requiring new batteries, which makes two months of continuous 24/7 use.
Microsoft has just now released a new keyboard along with the combination of mouse called the Sculpt Ergonomic Desktop and trust us, they don’t look like the usual keyboard/mouse at all. Being totally unique in design, unlike the standard keyboard; this one is split into two parts, giving users a reclined angle to work on.