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Mad Catz RAT Gaming Mouse Range Ships

Mad Catz RAT Gaming Mouse Range Ships

Back in August Mad Catz announced that it had an entirely new range of gaming mice each designed for a different type of gamer. The range included six different mice with the RAT1, RAT4, RAT6, RAT8, RAT PRO S+, and RAT PRO X+. Each of the gaming mice has a new sensor designed for fast reaction time and new button configurations to enhance feel during play.

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Microsoft Surface keyboard and mouse turn up at FCC

Microsoft Surface keyboard and mouse turn up at FCC

Rumors have been swirling for over a month now that Microsoft will have something new in the Surface realm to show off at some point this month. The rumors suggest that we could see a new Surface AIO computer and perhaps a new Surface Book notebook computer. While we don’t have much in the way of details on those devices just yet, we do have some new Surface peripherals to check out.

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Razer DeathAdder Elite detailed

Razer DeathAdder Elite detailed

This morning the folks at Razer have revealed a new edition of their "best gaming mouse in the world," as they call it, the DeathAdder Elite. This version of the mouse works with the best optical sensor Razer has available - a Razer 5G Optical Sensor. This mouse also works with Razer Mechanical Switches, the first mouse to be released with said switches. Razer Chroma will be on and in this device as well, of course, blasting colors aplenty.

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Logitech Silent Mouse and Multi-Device Mouse first impressions

Logitech Silent Mouse and Multi-Device Mouse first impressions

Two new mice from Logitech have us intrigued this week - not because they're anything wild or extravagant, but because they're quiet. The Logitech Silent Mouse M330 and M220 are both tiny and make the experience of movement on the desktop a quiet one. So silent. Like a parent sneaking past a cradle of a baby that just won't stay asleep. So extremely silent.

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Logitech G Pro Gaming Mouse packs 12,000 DPI sensor

Logitech G Pro Gaming Mouse packs 12,000 DPI sensor

Logitech has rolled out a new gaming mouse that was made with help from pro gamers and aimed directly at the gamers out there who yearn to be pros. The mouse is called the Logitech G Pro Gaming Mouse and it has the most accurate optical gaming sensor that Logitech offers inside. In addition to that fancy sensor, the mouse also has a metal spring button tensioning system, onboard memory for driver -free operation at tournaments, and a lightweight design that will stand up to abuse.

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SteelSeries Rival 700 Mouse Review

SteelSeries Rival 700 Mouse Review

When the average user goes to buy a mouse, they usually don't care much about it, aside from the fact that it works, and is comfortable. However, when a PC gamer is in the market for a new mouse, there are a plethora of options that need to be considered. Buttons, sensors, weight, and more can all affect how your device performs during a game. Today, we're going to take a look at the Steelseries Rival 700.

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Razer Turret Review and my living room keyboard dreams

Razer Turret Review and my living room keyboard dreams

I'd been waiting a long time for this keyboard to be released. This, the Razer Turret, a keyboard, mouse, and mousepad made for the living room. I first saw it back at CES 2015. Back then, it went hand-in-hand with the Razer Forge TV, a device that was revealed just before its biggest competitor, the NVIDIA SHIELD Android TV. I was more excited about having a handy keyboard and mouse for my couch than I was for the Android TV platform, no matter the manufacturer. Razer had made the ideal set of controllers for lounging and gaming. It'd be months before I got the opportunity to use this device duo at home.

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Razer Naga Hex V2 mouse aims at League of Legends gamers

Razer Naga Hex V2 mouse aims at League of Legends gamers

Game peripheral maker Razer has unveiled its latest gaming mouse called the Naga Hex V2. This mouse isn't aimed at FPS gamers, it's aimed at gamers that like to play multiplayer online battle arena (MOBA) games such as League of Legends, Dota 2, and Heroes of the Storm. The mouse has seven buttons and a mechanical thumb wheel optimized for that sort of gaming.

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Xbox One keyboard support is very close, mouse a bit later

Xbox One keyboard support is very close, mouse a bit later

It is a revelation that will most likely be met with both anticipation and dread, depending on which gaming side you're camping on. Playing with a keyboard and a mouse is coming really, really soon for the Xbox One. For PC gamers more used to those input controls, it is welcome news. For console gamers dreading the feared amalgamation of Microsoft's console and PC gaming worlds, it is yet another omen of that future. Of course for Microsoft, it just means being able to play Windows 10 games on any Microsoft-powered device, which ultimately means more profit for the company.

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SteelSeries Rival 700 introduces tactile feedback to PC gaming

SteelSeries Rival 700 introduces tactile feedback to PC gaming

There are a number of things that separate PC and console gaming. In fact, there are probably as many differences as there are similarities. Over time companies have started implementing features on each that slowly close some of the gaps between the two. Today, Steelseries is releasing a new mouse that brings an old favorite console feature to the PC for the first time.

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Razer Turret keyboard, mouse is finally ready for your lap

Razer Turret keyboard, mouse is finally ready for your lap

Back in CES 2015, Razer revealed a few gaming products geared for the living room, in contrast to its usual aim for desktops and laptops. Fast forward to 2016, only the Forge TV Android TV console and its matching Serval controller actually made it to the market. Today, that changes, with Razer finally and belatedly launching the Turret keyboard and mouse combo. Or rather, gaming mouse and "lapboard", as the latter is specifically designed to be used on your lap while gaming on your couch.

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Roccat Kova Mouse Review – Affordable, solid design

Roccat Kova Mouse Review – Affordable, solid design

Over the years, Roccat has slowly carved out a name for themselves as a maker of quality gaming accessories. I've used a few of their mice and keyboards, and have generally been pleased with them. Today, I'm going to take a look at their Kova mouse, which I've been using for a little while.

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