Just about 2 years ago we took a look at the original Tt eSPORTS Level 10 M gaming mouse. While we liked the mouse, it did have its issues, especially with comfort. Well Tt eSPORTS has once again collaborated with BMW DesignworksUSA to bring you the Level 10 M Hybrid gaming mouse. The biggest change we see with this mouse is that it is not just a wired mouse anymore it is a wired and wireless mouse, hence the name “Hybrid”. The mouse has also been built with new improved ergonomics, features a 8200 DPI laser sensor, 9 macro keys, 5 different gaming profiles and much more. Is this the perfect gaming mouse for you? Let’s find out!
Tt eSPORTS has just announced a brand new gaming mouse to fulfill the needs of both left handed and right handed gamers. The VENTUS has a symmetric shape, which makes it easy to use in either your left or right hand.
AORUS has just announced the availability of the Thunder M7 MMO Gaming Mouse, which they are calling the most ergonomic MMO mouse in the world. The AORUS THUNDER M7 is a specialized MMO/MOBA gaming mouse without crazy numerous buttons or dial-pad hotkeys.
We are starting a new series of articles here on ThinkComputers. We define our “Mobile Arsenal” as what we would recommend to you for your mobile setup. Many of us are traveling all the time and we need to be able to be productive on the road. After using quite a lot of different types of mobile products and applications we are going to focus on the best and present them to you here. Today we are going to focus on the mouse. Unless you are extremely comfortable using a trackpad it is very hard to be productive on the road without using a mouse. We consider mice in our “Mobile Arsenal” category as mobile mice, so you are not going to find any full-size mice here. So if you are looking for the perfect mouse for your travels read on and see what we would recommend.
We all know looking for a perfect keyboard and mouse for everyday tasks can sometimes be a pain. Not many companies focus on some of the basic needs of most users out there. Most of the time if the product is not gaming related than it is going to be cheaply made and has some weird flower designs. Rapoo has been the number one wireless keyboard and mouse company in China for the past few years and has won numerous I.F. awards. They focus on only wireless devices, and today we are going to be taking a look at their 8900P Advanced Wireless Mouse and Keyboard combo.
Most people know Cooler Master’s gaming brand CM Storm and their long line of cases, keyboards, headphones, mice, and other peripherals. What seems to be missing is a high performance medium-sized mouse. Well not anymore. Cooler Master sent us their new medium-sized CM Storm Havoc 8200 DPI Laser Gaming Mouse with an Avago 9800 Laser sensor and Omron micro switches. We put it through our test so let’s see how it performs.
Tt eSPORTS has just introduced the BLACK Snow Edition last gaming mouse. The BLACK Snow Edition comes from feedback via the community. Tt eSPORTS noticed a demand for the new Avago laser engine that offers a DPI of up to 5700 and more memory for storing profiles.
SteelSeries has announced that their much anticipated Sensei Wireless Gaming Mouse is now available for pre-order along with the new SteelSeries Engine 3 CloudSync compatibility starting next week. The Sensei wireless has a 1-millisecond response time, meaning there is no detectable lag, so you will have full wired-level performance in wireless mode.
Zalman showed us its new ZM-GM4, an 8200 dpi gaming mouse with 8 customizable buttons and adjustable weight and dimensions. It includes the hex key necessary to adjust the mouse. The bubble on the top is where the weights are, just like in the ZM-GM3, the predecessor of this unit.
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.
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