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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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HP Wi-Fi Mouse goes on sale

HP Wi-Fi Mouse goes on sale

HP's decision to put WiFi not Bluetooth into its new Wi-Fi Mobile Mouse last month left us scratching our heads a little, but the peripheral is now on sale if you're feeling in the mood for some wireless overkill. Priced at $49.99, the mouse has five programmable buttons and a tilting scroll-wheel for easier navigation.

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Awesome mice designed by Aaron Ristau combine old typewriter keys and Logitech M305 mouse

Awesome mice designed by Aaron Ristau combine old typewriter keys and Logitech M305 mouse

If you need a cool mouse to go with that steampunk laptop you pre-ordered, Aaron Ristau has the rodent for you. The dude makes these cool looking little mice with old fashioned keys from typewriters and what appear to be chrome dishes that remind me of hubcaps from cars of the 50's and 60's.

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Logitech outs iPad and Honeycomb tablet accessories

Logitech outs iPad and Honeycomb tablet accessories

Logitech has outed a fulsome bevy of tablet accessories, with a choice of wireless keyboards, keyboard docks, speaker systems and more for your iPad or Android slate. Unsurprisingly, perhaps, given Logitech's peripheral obsessions, text-entry does monopolize the new range: there's the Logitech Tablet Keyboard for iPad ($69.99), a folding Bluetooth 'board and stand, and the Tablet Keyboard for Android 3.0+ ($69.99) which offers the same for Honeycomb.

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HP WiFi Mobile Mouse bypasses Bluetooth

HP WiFi Mobile Mouse bypasses Bluetooth

HP is the largest computer maker in the world and the company has a bunch of very nice machines to its credit. The thing that most people will know from HP is its notebooks, but HP also has a line of accessories and desktop computers among other things that are popular. HP has announced some cool new peripherals today, one of them is especially intriguing, and it is called the HP WiFi Mouse. As you can gather from the name, the mouse doesn't need a USB port or Bluetooth to operate.

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Logitech Wireless Mouse M325 debuts

Logitech Wireless Mouse M325 debuts

In the world of peripherals and accessories for computers, Logitech has some of the best stuff around. The company makes everything from mice and keyboards to speakers and headphones. Logitech has unveiled a new wireless mouse for computer users looking to get something a bit easier to use with a notebook or a desktop.

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Nexus makes a mouse that has no noisy click

Nexus makes a mouse that has no noisy click

If you work in an office where you have lots of people sitting very close to you it may drive you crazy that most mice and keyboards are so noisy. If you want a mouse that makes no noise at all, that can be hard to find. Every mouse I have ever used has made clicking sounds when you hit a button or scroll the mouse wheel.

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Verbatim Mini Wireless Slim Keyboard and Mouse for your portable gear debuts

Verbatim Mini Wireless Slim Keyboard and Mouse for your portable gear debuts

Verbatim has pulled a matched pair of smallish peripherals out of its pocket for those of you that need some small stuff to travel with caleld the Mini Wireless Slim Keyboard and Mouse. The new mouse and keyboard are sized for portability and the keyboard has a laptop style layout. The gear is wireless too.

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Logitech Couch Mouse M515 sets sights on your sofa

Logitech Couch Mouse M515 sets sights on your sofa

Logitech has outed its latest wireless mouse, the Logitech Couch Mouse M515, and as the name suggests it's intended for the living room. Unlike many mice, which have a recessed nook where the laser lives, the M515 has a smooth, sealed base that Logitech says is to avoid picking up fluff and crumbs when you're sofa-surfing. It also has easy-glide pads for swift navigation on fabric.

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