Mouse and Pad

  • Microsoft Touch Mouse Review: Mouse with a clever Touch

    The Microsoft Touch Mouse was introduced in Singapore, in August this year. The stylish, elegant mouse claims to work with Windows 7 operating system and is capable to handle scrolling, minimizing/maximizing, and docking with finger gestures. VR-Zone managed to get one for this review and see how well the Microsoft Touch Mouse works.

  • Razer unveils Transformers 3 gaming peripherals with movie DVD/Blu-ray release

    Besides the Transformers 3 DVD/Blu-ray movie release, you can now own a piece of limited edition Transformers 3 gaming peripheral from Razer. Razer, with license from Hasbro, has unveiled their new range of Transformers 3 gaming peripherals.

  • Logitech G9x Gaming Mouse Review: With interchangeable grips and weight-tuning options

    Logitech, one of world's largest manufacturers of computer peripherals from mice to multimedia speakers, is known for their line of "G-series" gaming peripherals. What we have today is the not-so-new Logitech G9x which features interchangeable grips, weight-tuning options and more. Let's go into the details.

  • Microsoft Comfort Mouse 6000 Review: Affordable mouse that can track on almost all surfaces

    Microsoft has recently released a new mouse, the Comfort Mouse 6000, which features the software giant's Bluetrack sensor that can track on almost any surface. So how good is the Comfort Mouse 6000? Find out in the next pages.

  • Thermaltake Challenger Pro Gaming Keyboard & Black Gaming Mouse review

      Tt eSPORTS is a relatively newly found subsidiary company of Thermaltake, aiming to develop, manufacture and ultimately provide gamers with high quality gaming peripherals. The company currently has a long list of high performance keyboards, mice, headsets and other parts. Today we are having a close look on two of their more popular products,

  • LG introduces new scanner-mouse device in Korea, calls it the LSM-100

    Picture this situation; you need to scan a copy of a certain document, but the blasted scanner is situated at the other end of the room, and you really do not want to leave your comfortable chair and walk over to the device just to scan one single document. Well, don't worry; LG has come

  • Microsoft Singapore introduces new Touch Mouse and Explorer Touch Mouse

    Microsoft Singapore today announced the latest additions to their line of Touch mice – Touch Mouse and Explorer Touch Mouse. Both the Touch and Explorer Touch are equipped with BlueTrack technology that allow users to use it on virtually any surface, and come with a Nano transceiver which can be plugged to your PC easily.

  • SteelSeries announces its third WoW mouse

    Apparently  the way forward for many of the PC peripheral makers are game tie-in products and SteelSeries has announced its third World of Warcraft mouse, the MMO Mouse Legendary Edition. This time around we're looking at something a little bit less gaudy compared to the previous two models, even though it's far from bling free.

  • PLAY AND WIN! – $1000 of Razer Gaming Peripherals on Gamers.com.sg Game Servers!

    In the first of many contests to reward gamers on our servers, Gamers.com.sg will be giving away $1000 worth of Razer gaming peripherals (Keyboards, Mice, Headsets, Mousepads)!

  • Japan to start selling Microsoft’s new Touch Mouse next month

    Remember the Microsoft Touch Mouse that was first unveiled at CES this year? You know, the one that reportedly supports three-finger gestures, is supposed to be available for sale only in the second half of the year and is said to be the direct competitor to Apple's Magic Mouse? Well, it seems like the wait for the mouse

  • Razer Mamba 2012 Review – Wireless Gaming Bliss

    Razer, prolific makers of gaming peripherals, sent us the latest incarnation of their flagship gaming wireless mouse, the Mamba (2012). The upgraded Mamba now features a 6400 DPI dual (laser and optical) sensor, additional sensors to calibrate the mouse to any surface and lift-off distance, multi-color lighting and improved battery life. We put the mice through

  • Microsoft unveils Comfort Curve Keyboard 3000 and Wireless Desktop 2000

    Today, Microsoft Hardware in SIngapore has unveiled the Comfort Curve Keyboard 3000 and Wireless Desktop 2000 that promise to offer a high level of comfort and performance, all at affordable prices. Both the Comfort Curve keyboard and Wireless Desktop are available in July.

  • Razer Mouse Bungee Helps Manage Your Mouse Cord

    Razer has launched their new Mouse Bungee accessory which comes with a new design to help manage the gaming mouse cord from dragging against surfaces or tangling, offering gamers the optimum gaming experience. The Razer Mouse Bungee is schedule to ship around end of July.

  • Logitech Announces G400 Optical Gaming Mouse

    This new Logitech G400 mouse is designed for the gamer enthusiasts. The optical gaming mouse boasts high performance tracking and pinpoint accuracy that made it suitable for games including first person shooter (FPS).

  • Logitech announces new M185 wireless mouse capable of 12-month battery life

    Wireless mice. Don't we all love them for the luxury to use our mice in any way we see fit without having to deal with the pesky cable that always seems to restrict one's freedom of movement while working at the PC? Well, leave it to Logitech to makethe experience of using a wireless mouse

  • Next Gen. Razer Mamba and Imperator Sport 4G Dual Sensor Technology

    Razer today introduces their new 4G Dual Sensor System that takes advantage of both an optical and a laser sensor. The first Razer mouse that uses such technology would be Razer Mamba and Razer Imperator. In COMPUTEX last week, we saw EpicGear showcasing their Meduza mouse with such technology but it won't be out for

  • Spread the word: The Sign of Razer

    A new Razer teaser website has been spotted with the tagline "Razer for Life", and it looks like the countdown timer is pointing to the upcoming PC Show 2011 next week. So what is this Razer for Life? Read on.

  • Exclusive: EpicGear MeduZa Hybrid Dual Sensor Technology Gaming Mouse

    Exclusive: EpicGear, an offshoot of memory maker GeIL, will be launching the world's first dual sensor gaming mouse within the next three months. Details and pictures after the break.

  • Logitech introduces wireless mouse M235

    Logitech has introduced their new wireless mouse M235 which provides comfortable surfing for laptop users. It features Advanced Optical Tracking, sleek and comfortable design, and 2.4 GHz Wireless connectivity.

  • Genius Ships Ring Mouse

    Genius has begun shipping its Ring Mouse in North America. The unique finger-attached mouse connects to the PC via a 2.4 Ghz radio, has two buttons, an integrated rechargeable lithium ion battery, and allows users to control its movement through a 1000 DPI touch sensor.