Mouse and Pad

  • Logitech Wireless Mouse M310

    The Logitech Wireless M310 is the latest member in the manufacturer’s portfolio for mice, and features soft rubber grips, suits ambidextrous users and is easy to use. It boasts 12-month battery life which means saving you the hassle from changing batteries ever so often.

  • Razer Unveils TRON-themed Gaming Peripherals

    Razer, well-known for their high-end precision gaming and lifestyle peripherals, has announced its TRON-themed gaming keyboard, gaming mouse and mouse mat. More next page.

  • Zowie Gear Unveils HeatoN’s EC-series Gaming Mice

    Zowie Gear, innovative manufacturer of competitive gaming gear, has announced the HeatoN’s EC-series Gaming Mice, targeting hardcore gamers. More details next page.

  • Arctic Cooling launches K381 keyboard and M551 and M571 gaming mice under ARCTIC EQUIPMENT label

    Arctic Cooling has ventured beyond producing high-performance coolers and fans for processors, graphics cards and casings. Now rebranded as ARCTIC, they have launched a new ultra-slim keyboard, the K381, and two new gaming mice, the M551 and M571, under the label ARCTIC EQUIPMENT.

  • Logitech Mouse M100 Gives Comfortable Control

    Logitech Singapore has recently announced the M100 mouse that claims to provide users with comfortable, reliable control of their computer. It suits both left and right-handed and can work even on glass surface.

  • Gigabyte KM7600 Wireless Keyboard/Mouse

    It has been a fair few months since we last reviewed any Human Interface Device. Today, we take a good long look at a wireless keyboard/mouse kit from an unlikely maker: Gigabyte.

  • Razer Abyssus Mirror Special Edition To Be Released In May 2010

    Razer announces Abyssus Mirror Special Edition gaming mouse featuring black chrome mirror finish while maintaining all of the key features of the original Razer Abyssus™. COST: US $49.99, Europe €39.99 “The black chrome mirror finish of the Razer Abyssus Mirror Special Edition adds a certain stylistic sensibility to the desktop,” said Robert “Razerguy” Krakoff, president, Razer

  • Microsoft Singapore Unveils New Webcams And Mice

    Microsoft Singapore has announced two new web cameras and three mice that use the latest technology and come with affordable price tags. The new peripherals will be available from mid April to early May this year.

  • Left-handed Razer Fans Rejoice!!!

    Left-handed Razer fans rejoice! Razer has announced their first gaming grade mouse specially for the lefties players. Read-on to find out more.

  • Sharkoon Launches Rush Outplay Mouse Pad

    Sharkoon Rush Outplay Mouse Pad German based Sharkoon Technology has announced the Rush Outplay gaming mouse pad, expanding its “Rush” product series for gamers. More next page…

  • Razer Announced Advanced Dual-Sided Gaming Mouse Mat

    Razer has just announced a new light weight, gaming grade, dual-sided mouse mat, giving gamers the choice of speed or precision control surface, with comfort and ergonomics. The Razer Vespula will be available worldwide at a cost of US $34.99 or EU €34.99. More details next page.

  • Razer Imperator Review

    Razer™, the world’s leading manufacturer of high-end precision gaming and lifestyle peripherals, have recently released the Razer Imperator™ mouse. How does this mouse fair in both handling and performance?

  • Mionix Naos 5000 Gaming Mouse Provides The Perfect Grip

    Mionix today unveiled their new gaming mouse, Mionix™ Naos 5000 that fully support all five fingers. It has been under development since the beginning of this year and has been tested by gamers, both professionals and amateurs in order to find the perfect ergonomic grip. The gaming mouse has a centralized weight tuning system that improves

  • Logitech introduces Unifying Receiver for convenience of use with multiple wireless keyboards and mice

    You can pair up to six Logitech wireless mice and keyboard with the manufacturer’s latest Unifying Receiver. Also making their debut with the announcement are the Logitech Wireless Keyboard K350, Wireless Keyboard K340, Marathon Mouse M705 and Wireless Mouse M505.

  • Microsoft holds product launch for 4 hardware products

    This afternoon, Microsoft invited the local media to a product launch of their four latest hardware products – Bluetooth Mobile Keyboard 6000, LifeCam Cinema, Wireless Comfort Desktop 5000 and Wireless Mobile Mouse 5000.

  • Cooler Master Enters Pro Gaming Mouse Market w/ Sentinel Advance

    After 2 years in making, the first gaming mouse is unveiled from CM Storm Labs which they called, the Sentinel Advance. It is equipped with 5600 DPI Storm Tactical Sensor that uses twin lasers, Doppler Effect processing and real-time tracking technology. Profiles and on-the-fly DPI adjustments can be loaded directly on the mouse itself. The Octoshade™ LED

  • Logitech Unveils New Wireless Keyboard and Mouse

    Logitech has unveiled a new wireless desktop set which consists of a wireless keyboard and mouse. Named MK700, this 2 piece “combo set” brings you some comfort while you sit back at your couch and surf the net.

  • SteelSeries introduces Xai Laser Mouse, Kinzu Optical Mouse, and 9HD gaming surface

      SteelSeries has just introduced the SteelSeries Xai Laser Mouse, SteelSeries Kinzu Optical Mouse and the SteelSeries 9HD hard plastic surface. The Xai offers programmable macro buttons, a 10.8 megapixel-per-second sensor, and a LCD menu system on the back of the mouse. Yes, you read that right. The Kinzu is ‘younger brother’, losing the LCD

  • Logitech Gives Gamers Complete Control with New G-series Peripherals for PC gaming

    The G-series line of gaming peripherals from Logitech® gives gamers what they want: complete control. Today, Logitech unveiled an extension of its award-winning G-series by introducing two new products that deliver precision, high performance and customization: the Logitech® G19 keyboard for gaming and the Logitech® G9x laser mouse. Delivering everything gamers need for a competitive edge

  • Microsoft Releases A Budget SideWinder X3 Mouse

    Microsoft unveiled a cheaper version of the SideWinder series, the X3 Mouse to be retailed at $39.95. The mouse features a 2,000 dpi laser-tracking engine with on-the-fly dpi switching between high, medium and low sensitivity. It has five programmable main buttons that are customizable to gamers’ preferences and tested for extreme gaming, with the main button life