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Razer DeathAdder Chroma Review

Razer DeathAdder Chroma Review

The DeathAdder mouse is a go-to piece of equipment for many gamers around the world. Razer has done an excellent job of releasing products - high quality products - with both the look and the abilities needed to be highly sought-after. This year they've released Chroma - a line of devices that take their predecessors and add millions of colors via embedded LEDs. Does this little bump make all the difference? NOTE: This is one of three reviews of Chroma devices. Also check out the Razer Kraken 7.1 Chroma headset and stay tuned for the keyboard, too!

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Mionix reveals world’s first skin-sensitive smart mouse

Mionix reveals world’s first skin-sensitive smart mouse

The innovation team "MionixLabs" at gaming peripherals company Mionix have revealed the world's first Smart Mouse. The NAOS QG builds on the top-notch form-fitting gaming mouse excellence of the original NAOS, building in "Quantified Gaming" features. With this device, users will be able to track their heart rate and their galvanic skin responses to the game. Deep insight into your body's response to games with heart rate, galvanic skin response, and actions per minute - we're thinking it'll be perfect for Alien: Isolation - for terror and blood-curdling excitement from start to finish, of course.

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Swiftpoint GT offers the convenience of a mouse with touch gestures

Swiftpoint GT offers the convenience of a mouse with touch gestures

When it comes to mice there are a huge amount of devices out there that have all sorts of features. You can get normal mice that need a surface to work, track balls that are pointing devices easier on your wrists, and track pads that support gestures. A new product called the Swiftpoint GT has debuted that combines all three of those devices into a pointing device that works with just about any device you have.

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Flow wireless controller: gesture control and more

Flow wireless controller: gesture control and more

When a trackpad isn't precise enough for your computing needs, you likely turn to a mouse. When a mouse isn't precise enough either, the folks behind the Flow wireless controller are offering an alternative -- a puck-shaped device that uses a combination of gesture control and touch sensitivity to take things up a notch. Flow features a high number of accuracy points, and is designed to better work with the human hand in comparison to the traditional mouse design. 

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Samsung EYECAN+ lets people control mice with their eyes

Samsung EYECAN+ lets people control mice with their eyes

It's quite encouraging that people are now pouring more attention into technologies that will empower those who otherwise cannot take advantage of all the fancy gadgets and software that this generation has at its disposal. After all, even people with disabilities might want to go online, use Facebook, or watch videos on YouTube. That is why efforts like Samsung's EYECAN+, actually in its second generation already, are welcome additions to the slowly growing number of accessibility products that bring these people and technology closer together.

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ASUS ROG Gladius mouse: Omron switches, detachable cable

ASUS ROG Gladius mouse: Omron switches, detachable cable

ASUS Republic of Gamers (ROG) has introduced another gaming mouse: the Gladius. Designed for right-handed gamers and "ideal" for FPS sessions, the Gladius brings with it Omron switches as well as the ability to upgrade to different switches if preferred. Both the right and left mouse buttons are separate from each other, and both are rated for 20 million clicks, meaning you won't be wearing the Gladius out any time soon. This is joined by a detachable cable in micro USB form and a special coating ASUS says keeps issues with sweat to a minimum.

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Corsair Gaming RGB Keyboards and Mouse Review

Corsair Gaming RGB Keyboards and Mouse Review

Up until now, Corsair has been a bit of a silent attendant when it comes to gaming accessories. Now, here in 2014, there's a brand new label: Corsair Gaming - and they've got some fine competitors for the finest gaming peripherals on the market. This season they've released an RGB collection of mice and keyboards, the lot of which we're having a peek at today. Metal undercarriages, fully customizable button sets, and so many color combinations you wont know what to do with em all.

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Logitech G302 MOBA gaming mouse features metal button springs

Logitech G302 MOBA gaming mouse features metal button springs

When it comes to gaming mice, there is a huge number of products on the market for gamers to choose from. Some mice focus on offering lots of buttons for gamers who like macros while others focus on high resolution for quicker movements. Logitech is one of the biggest names in gaming mice and peripherals and the company has unveils a new gaming mouse called the Logitech G302 Daedalus Prime MOBA Gaming Mouse.

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Razer Naga Epic Chroma Mouse targets MMO gamers

Razer Naga Epic Chroma Mouse targets MMO gamers

Razer, which recently introduced a new speaker system targeted at gamers, has unveiled a new gaming mouse designed specifically for use with MMOs. The maker brags its newest device has a hearty number of buttons at 19, and that it brings with it millions of color options. "The new Naga Epic Chroma gives MMO gamers more freedom than ever before," brags the company's CEO. Sound exciting? The Naga Epic Chroma mouse will be making it official debut on November 7 at BlizzCon.

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