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SteelSeries Sensei gaming mouse is now shipping

SteelSeries Sensei gaming mouse is now shipping

SteelSeries has announced that its latest gaming peripheral is now shipping to buyers. The peripheral is the Sensei Pro Grade Laser Mouse and it is aimed directly at the avid PC gamer looking for all sorts of features and tweaks specifically to make gaming more fun and the player more accurate. This mouse has an inside sensitivity setting at the high-end thanks to a 32-bit ARM processor inside.

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LG LSM-100 mouse is also a scanner

LG LSM-100 mouse is also a scanner

LG has shown off a new mouse prototype that will come to market eventually called the LSM-100. The cool part about this mouse is that it can do more than one thing. The little mouse can also be used as a scanner and a pointing device. The laser sensor inside the mouse used to move the cursor around is also able to be used as a scanner sensor to scan pages up to A3 size.

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Logitech unveils ambidextrous G300 optical gaming mice

Logitech unveils ambidextrous G300 optical gaming mice

If you are, a budget gamer that is in the market for new gaming mouse Logitech has unveiled one that might catch your eye. If you happen to be a lefty, you will really want to give this mouse a look because it is ambidextrous. That is relatively rare from Logitech since most of its gaming mice are for right-handed users only. The new mouse is called the Logitech Gaming Mouse G300.

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Rude Gameware announces Fierce 3500 wireless gaming mouse for pre-order

Rude Gameware announces Fierce 3500 wireless gaming mouse for pre-order

Generally computer gaming and wireless mice are not things that go together in the same sentence. Over the last year or so some nice wireless gaming mice have started to show up that have no lag to affect your game. One of these mice is the Rude Gameware Fierce 3500 wireless gaming mouse. Rude has announced that the mouse will be shipping soon and that it is up for pre-order now.

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Microsoft outs Explorer Touch Mouse with BlueTrack tech

Microsoft outs Explorer Touch Mouse with BlueTrack tech

The gang over at Pocket-Lint went to the big Christmas in July event Microsoft put on recently in London and spied an interesting sounding mouse in the corner getting little attention. Microsoft has this event each year (if you are wondering) because it takes many print publications a good six months to ramp up their holiday coverage. At any rate, the mouse is rather cool and uses Microsoft's BlueTrack tech inside.

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Razer Transformers collector’s edition gear isn’t more than meets the eye

Razer Transformers collector’s edition gear isn’t more than meets the eye

The gaming geeks over at Razer have been making some of the best computer peripherals like mice and keyboards for gamers for a number of years now. The company has more recently taken to releasing special edition mice rather than completely new designs. The favorite mouse to get the custom collector's edition touch from Razer is its DeathAdder mouse. In fact, the last time we talked about the DeathAdder it was getting dressed up in Dragon Age II livery.

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Mouse Pad Travel Pouch Raises Question of Mouse Longevity in our Modern Mobile Culture

Mouse Pad Travel Pouch Raises Question of Mouse Longevity in our Modern Mobile Culture

When was the last time you used a mouse? The last time I used a mouse, it was the late 1990s and I was playing the MMORPG Diablo II. Sidenote: Diablo III is coming out soonish, (within the next year, we hope,) and I may need a mouse - any suggestions? Since then, essentially every person I know, my age or otherwise, has been using a laptop for all their computing needs. A desktop replacement, rather, with a trackpad and no need for a mouse. The manufacturing and distribution group Smartfish has just released a product that, by all means, should have been invented years ago: the Mouse Pad Travel Pouch. Will you partake?

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