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Sharkoon unveils black edition of FireGlider gaming mouse

Sharkoon unveils black edition of FireGlider gaming mouse

When it comes to gaming mice the things are typically festooned with buttons and lots of features designed to make them perform better for gamers. Sharkoon unveiled a new gaming mouse at CeBIT called the FireGlider.

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Razer offers first ever DeathAdder gaming mouse for lefties

Razer offers first ever DeathAdder gaming mouse for lefties

Razer has made some of the best gaming peripherals around for years now. The company tries to support smaller groups of gamers like Mac users along with the majority of PC users. Razer has announced a new mouse for a group of gamers that might be even smaller than the number of Mac gamers out there -- lefties.

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Office Max to launch Engage store brand for tech gear

Office Max to launch Engage store brand for tech gear

There are so many options for technology products on the market today that you can find gear just about anywhere. More options is not a bad thing though and Office Max has announced that it will be offering its own line of tech gear under the Engage brand. Here's hoping Captain Piccard is featured on the packaging.

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Thanko unveils another convergence nightmare mouse/speaker combo

Thanko unveils another convergence nightmare mouse/speaker combo

It's been a while since I have been able to sit back and wonder what the guys over at Thanko were thinking. The latest converged thingy of dubious value to come from the company is the USB mouse and speaker combination. Sure, you hand will block the speaker, but Thanko says you will get used to that.

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Microsoft sub-$30 BlueTrack mice debut

Microsoft sub-$30 BlueTrack mice debut

Microsoft have pushed out three new computer mice, each of which uses its BlueTrack tracking system, but at a budget price.  The Microsoft Wireless Mobile Mouse 3500 and Wireless Mouse 2000 are, as the names suggest, cable-free, while the Comfort Mouse 4500 is Microsoft's first wired BlueTrack mouse.  All three are under $30.

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Microsoft eVouse mouse/pen design concept is too cool for MS

Microsoft eVouse mouse/pen design concept is too cool for MS

Microsoft has some interesting peripherals in its lineup. The company was the first to offer a gaming keyboard with a number pad that could be moved to either side of the keyboard. That was a cool innovation, but for the most part the designs that Microsoft comes up with are usually a bit boring to me.

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Logitech Wireless Desktop MK710 boasts 3 year battery

Logitech Wireless Desktop MK710 boasts 3 year battery

Logitech have outed their latest keyboard and mouse bundle, and according to the company the Logitech Wireless Desktop MK710 is the first to market where both devices boast three-year battery life.  Both of the wireless peripherals connect to a single Unifying Receiver dongle, and the keyboard has an LCD display to show status and Incurve keys which are apparently more comfortable to type on.

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OreObject rolls out SPHEREtouch mouse, a touch-sensitive ball of steel

OreObject rolls out SPHEREtouch mouse, a touch-sensitive ball of steel

What’s that?  A ball of steel?  It’s actually the OreObject SPHEREtouch mouse, and yes, it’s essentially a handcrafted ball of steel, albeit touch-enabled, and functions as a mouse.  For a ball of steel, it’s pretty pricey, starting at $155.

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AirMouse aims to prevent repetitive stress injuries

AirMouse aims to prevent repetitive stress injuries

I have seen some strange mice over the years with different shapes and gobs of buttons. Most of them all have a specific purpose in mind be it letting gamers bind a gazillion commands to the mouse or preventing injuries like carpal tunnel for workers who spend lots of time working on a computer each day.

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3M Ergonomic Wireless Mouse could take your eye out

3M Ergonomic Wireless Mouse could take your eye out

Would we open up an ergonomic-mouse press release if it wasn't a slow Tuesday in the week after CES 2010?  Probably not.  Would we give it a second glance after seeing this surprisingly... phallic example from 3M?  Out of morbid curiosity, perhaps.

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WarMouse Meta sports 18 buttons and laser sensor

WarMouse Meta sports 18 buttons and laser sensor

Having more buttons than the average rodent isn't uncommon for mice aimed at gamers. Many of them offer six or more buttons that are programmable and can be remapped. For some gamers, that just isn't enough buttons. The WarMouse Meta is for this type of gamer.

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Road Mice have show and go

Road Mice have show and go

Most mice are pretty much the same as far as their looks go. You can get some with different colors and a few mice don’t follow traditional design, but most do. The Road Mice line is the perfect convergence of hobbies for the computer guy who also likes cars.

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