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Sharkoon Gaming Mice 3-way review

Perhaps the most important device to a PC gamer is the mouse, a peripheral which refuses to be replaced by gamepads and joysticks. Although some years ago there was a very limited number of mice specifically designed for gaming, nowadays almost every manufacturer involved In this review we will be

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CM Storm Sentinel Advance II Review

Looking for a new mouse? Get ready for CM Storm’s latest addition to their premium line of gaming device. The Sentinel Advance II comes straight out of a Transformer movie, complete with a streamlined ergonomic shape, multi-colour LED lights and an OLED display. Everything about this mouse spells high tech

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Logitech Intros G600 MMO Mouse

Peripherals giant Logitech rolled out its latest G-Series gaming mouse, this time targeting the MMORPG market. The G600 MMO gaming mouse packs a staggering 20 buttons, and is designed for games in which quick access to as many macro buttons as possible, is key. (more…)

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EpicGear CompoXite Gaming Mousepad Revealed

EpicGear, the emerging gaming peripherals company behind the Meduza gaming mouse, and HybridPad, plans to launch a fleet of new products, at this year's Computex event. These include its first keyboard, named DeZimator, and a new mouse-accessory named Skorpious. It also plans to make additions to its mousepad lineup, with

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ROCCAT Shows Off Lua Entry-Level Gaming Mouse

Hamburg-based ROCCAT Studios is looking to capture a key entry-level price-point with its newest mouse, the ROCCAT Lua. The ambidextrous mouse is outfitted with Pro Optic R2 sensor, three buttons, and a groovy illuminated logo. The Lua, according to its makers, is "The Classic 3-Button Mouse: Re-Mastered." (more…)

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Logitech launches the Touch Mouse M600

A little bit late to the game, Logitech has launched its first touch mouse, simply called the Touch Mouse M600. Logitech has gone for a design that ends up somewhere between Apple's Magic Mouse and Microsoft's Touch Mouse, although it seems to suffer from the same low profile as the

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