For only $55 you TOO can have a mouse under which is a totally sweet gamepad for use with all your favorite old-timey games. I suppose you could use it for some newer games too, but I think the whole world will agree that clearly the best use is for Dr Mario. This mouse is wireless, optical, has a 2.4GHz transmission band, 7 keys and 1 scroll wheel on the top of the mouse, joypad featuring 14 buttons. Interfacing with the mouse is done via USB 1.1 / Plug & Forget / Intelligent ID Link. It's 1.5V (operational voltage), 30mA (operational current,) and weighs approximately 115g (without the battery).
Remember those TRON: Legacy peripherals that Razer unveiled a few months back? If you thought that you could probably find yourself buying one this year, then you'll be happy to know that Razer stuck with their fourth quarter estimates, and have officially launched the gaming mouse. It's obviously a TRON-themed accessory, and sure enough, the lights on the accessory light up just as we would want them to.
There is no shortage of gaming mice on the market for PC gamers to choose from with a litany of offerings from stalwarts like Logitech and Razer along with a bunch of mice from lesser known companies. One of those lesser known companies is Tt eSports. Tt eSports has pulled the wraps off a new gaming mouse today called the Azurues.
SteelSeries may have pulled the curtain off the Medal of Honor-themed accessories, but the company isn't done with the video game-based peripherals. The brand new World of Warcraft: Cataclysm MMO Gaming Mouse has just been unveiled, which was co-developed by Blizzard Entertainment. The mouse features a unique aesthetic, meant to look similar to the armor plating of one Deathwing the Destroyer.
Razer's line-up of Naga gaming mice has seen plenty of additions since its debut, and now the company has seen fit to add yet another model to the lineage. As with any Naga gaming mouse before it, the new Naga Epic features 17 programmable keys along the side of the device, which provides plenty of customizable options for players of Massively Multiplayer Online (MMO) games.
Razer has just released a new accessory for your mouse. If you'r an avid gamer, and you use your mouse far more than your standard mouse pad ever anticipated you to, then you're probably in the market for a new one. That's where Razer's new Ironclad unibody aluminum mousepad comes in, which the company says features extraordinary tracking control.
Razer has been making some slick and cool gaming peripherals for a long time now. Back in August, the company pulled the wraps off its latest gaming mouse with the Naga that has tons of buttons and was aimed at the MMO gamer. Razer has now announced a couple special edition Naga mice for gamers.