Today we’ll be taking a look at the Razer Naga. This is a top tier mouse aimed at the MMO/RTS crowds. If you’re not familiar with these games they involve a lot a lot of number button combos and quick mouse movements respectively. As such this mouse is packed with a myriad of buttons and an insane dpi. Follow along as we find out if Razer hit this one out of the park or if you should leave this product on shelf to gather dust.
Here we are back with another gaming device from ROCCAT. Over the past few months we have taken a look at a selection of their mice, keyboards and headsets. For being the new kid on the block they really mean business and are not some gaming brand that is going to here and gone in a year. On the review block today is a Savu Gaming Mouse. This mouse features a 4000 dpi optical sensor opposed to laser sensors that we’ve seen on many of the latest mice. The mid-size gaming mouse only has 4 major buttons plus a scroll wheel, you can double those buttons with ROCCAT’s Easy-Shift[+] functionality. The Savu also features “no sweat” grips and a rear light bar that can be customized to any color you wish. Is this the gaming mouse for you? Read on to find out!
Today we are getting a first look at another ROCCAT gaming mouse, the Savu. Being a mid-sized gaming mouse the Savu is going to appeal to many gamers. It features a total of 4 customizable buttons with scroll wheel, a 4000 dpi sensor, no-sweat side grips and a customizable light system. We know ROCCAT for giving gamers exactly what they want and this mouse has many of the same features that are in other ROCCAT gaming devices. Read on to check out our unboxing and overview video.
ROCCAT Studios, the Hamburg-based manufacturer of competition gaming peripherals, is set to expand their high-performance mouse portfolio with the upcoming debut of three new game-changing devices: the ROCCAT Kone XTD – Max Customization Gaming Mouse, the ROCCAT Kone Pure – Core Performance Gaming Mouse and the ROCCAT Lua – Tri-Button Gaming Mouse.
Totally focused and oblivious to his surroundings, the young man speaks urgently but quietly into his headset. One hand hovers above the keyboard, the other on the computer mouse. On the monitor screen in front of him a virtual figure is chasing through a labyrinth of alleys and dead-ends, veering off, flattening itself against walls, reacting to opponents – all this happening at split-second commands. The speed with which these cyber scenes unfold is breathtaking. It’s like being taking along for a spin with a Formula One pilot. This is Kai “Kaii” Schäfer, one of the best German professional gamers, at work.
Together with Thermaltake, renowned provider for electronic gaming accessories and based in Taiwan, BMW Group’s think tank of creative specialists, DesignworksUSA, has developed a high-end computer mouse specifically for tech pros like Schäfer and all those dedicated amateurs hoping to match their wits against the lightning-fast best. You need a speedy mouse for this.
ROCCAT (PRONOUNCED ROCK-ET) made a name for itself at Thinkcomputers when they allowed us to review the ISKU Illuminated Gaming Keyboard. The ISKU featured solid hardware accompanied by the most dynamic customization software I’ve ever seen. Today I’m taking a look at the ROCCAT Kone[+] – Max Customization Gaming Mouse. Let me start off by saying that MAX CUSTOMIZATION seems like an achievement I’d get in my favorite MMO. If MAX CUSTOMIZATION (I’ll stop with the CAP’s now) is anything similar to what the ISKU had, well, you can paint me blue and call me Babe (Pizza Pizza).
Today we get the chance to check out our second product from ROCCAT, the Kone[+] (Kone Plus). This gaming mouse is of course an updated version of ROCCAT’s original Kone, or as they call it “reloaded”. New features added to this mouse are the 6000dpi Pro-Aim Laser Sensor, the Easy-Shift[+] button and a massive upgrade to the driver. All of these features will be covered in the actual review of the mouse, but we have the unboxing for you today. Read on to check out the video and learn more about the ROCCAT Kone[+] Gaming Mouse!
If you’ve ever seen any of Cyborg’s mice you know they look nothing like anything else out there. The only way to really describe them is to say they look like something a cyborg would use or a transformer. I was always skeptical about the Cyborg mice, I mean yeah they look awesome, but are they actually comfortable? Well I can say after using the Cyborg M.M.O. 7 Gaming Mouse for quite a while now it is the most comfortable mouse I have used and I couldn’t imagine using another mouse ever again. Besides being comfortable it features 13 programmable buttons, a true 6400 DPI ‘Twin-Eye’ laser sensor, dual ActionLock buttons, a custom weight system and much more. Read on as we check out this truly unique gaming mouse!
As a hardcore gamer, I take my gaming tools seriously, and the mouse is no exception to a great PC gaming tool. I thought my Razer deathadder an I would be till death do us part, but when I received the Cooler Master Storm Sentinel Advance II, what’s a deathadder? This mouse with its bunch of awesome features totally was like slipping into new sheets. This mouse an I have a new relationship now, and I can say we bonded instantly.
When I first took a look at this mouse I thought to myself, how can this thing be comfortable? With such a radical design and unlike any other mice out there I was a little skeptical. The Cyborg M.M.O. 7 from Mad Catz is of course geared towards MMO gamers with its 13 programmable buttons, a dedicated DPI switch button, weight system, and a 6400 DPI laser sensor. Did I also mention you can take off different parts of the mouse and exchange them with ones that are provided to you. Read on to check out our unboxing and overview video.
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