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.
Cooler Master’s Storm brand has really made some headway in the gaming sector over the past few months. Since the Storm brand was announced they have launched 2 very successful cases and quite a few mouse surfaces, but to be a true gaming brand you need a mouse. Today Cooler Master releases the Sentinel Advanced professional gaming mouse and we have the review for you! This mouse took Cooler Master 2 years to develop and it is unlike any other gaming mouse that we have seen. If you are a gamer you are definitely going to want to check out this review!
Today we have a chance to review the OCZ Eclipse Double Laser Gaming Mouse which supports up to 2400 DPI. The quick switcher, with blue LED’s, allows you to easily switch between four different DPI’s on the fly. This comfortable mouse also offers 18g of customizable weight cartridges hidden inside of its sleek design. The OCZ Eclipse is also affordable for the other multitude of features it offers. Read on further to see what they are.
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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