Tt eSPORTS has just announced a brand new gaming mouse to their lineup of gaming peripherals, the VOLOS laser gaming mouse. We actually got a sneak peak at this mouse way back in January at CES. This mouse is specifically designed for MOBA/MMORPG gamers. It features a total of 14 buttons with 4 very unique buttons on the left side that look like they were taken off a console controller.
The ROG GX1000 laser gaming mouse ships with high precision sensors capable of up to 8200dpi and PTFE feet for effortless surface grip, giving gamers instant-response capabilities with every move. Its ergonomic design further offers optimal hand comfort to eliminate fatigue and increase accuracy even after long hours of gaming. Quick-access customizable dpi switching and indication plus six programmable macros cater to games of all genres, and the trademark ROG logo emblazoned on the mouse maintains stylish consistency with other ROG products. The GX1000 truly showcases those who wield it as belonging to an elite group of gamers.
Genius today releases a wireless laser mouse with a highly sensitive DarkEye Laser Engine – Traveler 9010LS. Suitable for both left and right handed people, this Genius four-button mouse can be easily carried around everywhere with your notebook or ultrabook and works on virtually any surface including glass and marble.
Gaming mice as a peripheral aren’t typically an item that is too high up on the food chain for some of the biggest computer part manufacturers. The main reason behind this is that PC gamers are possibly the hardest group of gamers to please. How do I know this, because I am one? Think of the gaming mouse as the one and only sword an immortal uses to take another immortals head. You don’t use just any sword; you use “your” sword just like you’d use only your specific gaming mouse in fragging and bagging some fool in your game of choice.
Just last week we took a look at the Corsair Vengeance K60 Gaming Keyboard. It is made for FPS and fast-paced games. Today we are checking out the Corsair Vengeance M60 Gaming Mouse which is meant to be teamed with the K60 for the best combination for these types of games. The M60 features 5700 DPI laser sensor, unibody aluminum design, select-able response time and lift detection. Read on to check out our unboxing and overview video.
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.