Cooler Master is set to place more emphasis on their gaming brand, CM Storm this year and we can expect more mices and cases as well as keyboards and headsets to complete their gaming gear lineup. They took the first step by revamping their CM Storm website with spanking new look and neat features such as products
The Wireless Mouse M325 is the latest addition to Logitech's line of mice peripherals and features a precision scroll wheel and contoured shape that provides comfortable use. It will be retailing in Singapore at the end of this month.
Nexus Technology has unveiled the SM-8000 Silent mouse, featuring a patented design that eliminates all clicking noises when you press the buttons. Measuring 117 x 76 x 42mm, it has five buttons, an optical sensor, an auto power save mode, and connects to the PC via a 2.4 GHz wireless Nano receiver. The SM-8000 operates
Zowie Gear has refreshed its G-TF mousepad (released 2009) with the announcement of the G-TF Speed. Measuring 440 x 320 x 2mm, the gaming pad boasts a newly designed rubber base for more stablity, a liquid-resistant surface for smooth gliding and easy maintenance, and triple-stitched rolled edges for durability and comfort. The G-TF Speed is
Microsoft has announced the new Express mouse (which comes in five trendy colors) and Comfort mouse 3000 and 6000 in Singapore. The mice will be available in April next month.
German-based Hama GmbHa has announced the uRage and uRage evo gaming mice, targeting gamers.
We're still not sure about the Aivia branding on Gigabyte's gaming peripherals, but its latest mouse addition, the M8600 wireless macro gaming mouse looks pretty interesting despite a very long and somewhat awkward name. It's Gigabyte's first wireless gaming mouse and one of only a handful wireless gaming mice on the market.
GIGABYTE has launched its latest premium graphics card, the GeForce GTX 590 (GV-N590D5-3GD-B). With two NVIDIA GeForce GTX 500 Series GPUs on a single PCB and high speed GDDR5 memory, the GV-N590D5-3GD-B is "the world's fastest DirectX 11 graphics card on the planet for gamers who need top performance". The M8000X gaming mouse that is
Genius has started shipping its Traveler 6000 series of wireless mice in both America and Canada. Available in two variants (Traveler 6000 & Traveler 6000 Classic), these ambidextrous mice boast a 1200 dpi optical sensor, a 2.4 GHz wirelss interface (via bundled pico receivers), three buttons (with scroll), and are powered by one AAA battery.
Gigabyte has annouced the M7800E wireless mouse, expanding its diversified product portfolio from motherboards to laser mice. The stylish mouse sports a “matt black” coating and boasts a 1600 DPI laser sensor, on-the-fly DPI switch, a battery life of up to six months, and an ultra-compact receiver. Pricing and availability has not been announced yet
Taipei-based Genius has released the SlimStar 8000 wireless desktop combo in North America. Powered by three AAA batteries, the mouse and keyboard connects to the PC via a 2.4GHz wireless technology USB adapter.
VR-Zone can as first publication reveal that Microsoft will discontinue its range of SideWinder gaming products, for a second time. The first time was back in 2003, although the company re-launched its gaming brand in 2007 after some co-operation with Razer, although this time around it's not likely that we'll see a return of the
KYE Systems Corp. (or Genius), manufacturer of the first scroll wheel mouse (Genius EasyScroll) in 1995, has unveiled the Navigator 905 Vogue wireless mouse.
MagicWand magically ‘stitches’ your Apple Magic Trackpad and Wireless Keyboard into a single input device
Now that Apple has both a wirelesss keyboard and a Magic Trackpad which both feature near identical design philosophies, it should be only natural that users would attempt to pair both devices together as a single piece of hardware for maximum aesthetic appeal. And while Twelve South's new MagicWand accessory does not exactly make use
Tt eSports has unveiled the Black Element, its latest gaming mouse aimed at Massive Multiplayer Online (MMO) and Real-Time Strategy (RTS) gamers.
UK-based Trust is preparing to introduce its MaxTrack (MaxTrack, MaxTrack Wireless, MaxTrack Mini, & MaxTrack Wireless Mini) series of mice.
Renowned Swiss peripheral-device maker Logitech has announced the Logitech Wireless Mouse M515, aimed at home users who hook up computers to their TVs. It boasts a sealed bottom case for easy gliding across all soft surfaces (akin to Microsoft’s BlueTrack Technology), hand-detection sensor whereby it will work only when gripped, Logitech Hyper-Fast Scrolling, a battery
CM Storm, a gaming subsidiary of Cooler Master, has unveiled the CM Storm Spawn (SGM-2000-MLON1), a gaming mouse designed for professional gamers. Measuring 75.5 x 110 X 35mm and weighing 142g, the compact rodent features a 3500 DPI Storm Tactical Optical Sensor, anti-slip rubber grip, a Sentinel-X 32KB microprocessor (for up to 7 button assignments),
Mionix has released its Propus 380 gaming mouse pad in Europe, targeting gamers.
Apacer, well known for their memory modules, has launched the M822 wireless mouse, expanding its diversified product portfolio from DRAMs to external peripherals.