Tesoro Technology USA Inc., a manufacturer of high-tech gaming peripherals, announces the Thyrsus optical gaming mouse. Named after the staff of Dionysus, the Thyrsus features comfortable, ergonomic design, a high-precision optical sensor, and 6 fully programmable thumb buttons for MMO and MOBA games.
There are a few ASUS products available in other territories that will see a US launch in 2015. Strix Tactic Pro is a mechanical keyboard available in all flavors of Cherry MX switches (red, brown, blue). Strix Tactic Claw is a 5000dpi gaming mouse geared towards FPS players.
External sound cards may not be in high demand, but if you do need one, be sure to check out Diamond’s Xtreme Sound 7.1 HD. Diamond has put together an awesome little box that looks good and has pretty much any input/output that you could want.
ViewSonic Corp., a leading global provider of visual solution products, today announced its latest touch-enabled LED display – the TD2220. The 22” (21.5” viewable) TD2220 display is equipped with advanced dual point optical touch technology featuring a hardened 8H level scratch resistant surface to ensure high touch accuracy and durability. With Full HD 1080p resolution, the TD2220 delivers excellent image quality for a variety of multimedia content, with a dustproof surface that is perfect for 2-point touch control, whether by finger, stylus, or even a gloved hand.
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.