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.
Today we’ll be looking at one of the many new mice from the Thermaltake brand Tt eSPORTS. The Tt eSPORTS Black Element Gaming Mouse is designed with MMORPG and RTS gamers in mind with up to 6500DPI, rubber coating finish, and highly customizable interface. Not only does this mouse have a comfortable feel, but is has a great look to it. This mouse can be illuminated in one of five different colors. Is this mouse only a fit for RTS and MMORPG gamers or can FPS gamers enjoy it too? Read on further to find out.
Thermaltake’s gaming brand Tt eSPORTS has quite a few different gaming mice. Today we are going to be checking out their Black Element mouse that is marketed towards MMO and RTS players. This mouse features a powerful 6500dpi laser engine, 128KB of onboard memory, high-quality OMRON switches, a removable weight system, gold plated USB connectors and much more! If you play MMO’s or RTS type games this is one mouse you are going to want to check out. Read on to check out our unboxing and overview video!
ThinkComputers stopped by the Shogun booth at CES 2012 to check out the company’s latest gaming peripherals and accessories. Headlining was a combination mouse, presentation remote, and gaming controller released last year, the Chameleon X1. This laser mouse has a full Playstation Portable-style controller on the bottom of it. Shogun also showed us its several new keyboards, its Ballista mouse, and a fantastic new 2.1 speaker system with golf ball-sized satellites. ThinkComputers’ Colin Dean talks to Dennis from Shogun in this video interview.
If you are a serious MMO gamer you probably have heard of the Razer Naga MMO gaming mouse. Well Razer is back with the Naga Epic, this new upgraded mouse has the same 17 programmable button that are found on the original Naga but also adds 3 interchangeable side panels to best fit your hand and can be used as either a wired or wireless mouse. Read on to check out our unboxing and overview video!
When you are looking for a gaming mouse there are a lot of choices. Some gaming mice are so confusing with 5-10 buttons on them and a million different settings. What if you just want a gaming-grade mouse without all the frills? Well NZXT has the perfect mouse for you and it comes in at an affordable $40 as well. The mouse I’m talking about is the Avatar S and it features switchable 400, 800 and 1600 DPI settings, tracking speed of 30-inches per second, 5 programmable buttons, and teflon feet. Let’s take this mouse for a spin and see how it performs.
El Monte, CA – May 24, 2011 – NZXT, a company built on realizing the dreams of gamers worldwide, is proud to announce Avatar S, the latest addition to their award-winning line of gaming mice. Avatar S empowers PC Gamers and enthusiasts with simple, precise gaming control, and an array of intuitive, innovative features. Similar to the original Avatar, Avatar S is sleek and stealthy in design boasting an ambidextrous, low profile, light form factor crafted with Teflon feet ideal for making quick powerful movements on any surface.
Avatar S enables complete personalization with a DPI switch that adjusts 1600/800/400DPI in-game without the hassle of downloading different drivers. Gamers can also custom configure in-game macros, 5 media keys, X-Y sensitivity, and LED lighting and then save the personalized settings onto the onboard 16Kb memory making it an ideal solution for on-the-go gaming.
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.