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.
Carlsbad, Calif. – October 13, 2010 – Razer, the world’s leading high-end precision gaming and lifestyle peripherals brand, today announced the launch of an elite wireless MMO gaming mouse that’s an upgrade from the original award-winning and best-selling Get Imba mouse – the Razer Naga™ Epic. Designed by the highly-acclaimed Razer R&D labs, the Razer Naga Epic epitomizes that fine balance between keyboard and mouse with 17 MMO-optimized buttons, and takes it to a whole new level with three ergonomic interchangeable side panels for optimal fit, the choice to customize the backglow from over 16 million colors, and a dual mode wired/wireless functionality. Gamers can now enjoy a MMO gaming mouse with no strings attached – literally.
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.
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.
Carlsbad, Calif. – March 16, 2010 – Razer, the world’s leading manufacturer of high-end precision gaming and lifestyle peripherals, today announced the Razer DeathAdder Left Hand Edition™, the very first gaming mouse designed with the professional left-handed gamer in mind. The Razer DeathAdder Left Hand Edition was created to meet community demands for a mouse […]
Looking for a small, ambidextrous mouse with an incredibly smooth feel? NZXT has what you’re looking for with their first ever gaming mouse, the NZXT Avatar. This 2600 DPI mouse has an ergonomic design for both left and right handed people and unlike most of the gaming mice out there on the market the NZXT Avatar has a short profile design which makes it all that much more comfortable for people with smaller hands. The on the fly DPI adjustments and customizable software make it all that much better. Read on further to see what else this mouse has to offer.
OCZ is a company who is most known to be a memory company. While of course they are, they have also started a line of Gaming Peripherals. We got the opportunity to look at the OCZ Dominatrix Laser Gaming Mouse. Equipped with four way scrolling, on the fly DPI/profile adjustments, adjustable DPI’s on both X & Y axes from 400 to 3200 DPI and can all be found for a cheap price. While the price on the product is low the quality certainly isn’t. Read on further to see what else this laser gaming mouse has to offer.
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