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SteelSeries Prime aims to remove bells and whistles, but keeps the RGB

SteelSeries Prime aims to remove bells and whistles, but keeps the RGB

The folks at SteelSeries wanted to create a gaming mouse that appeared to remove the "bells and whistles that can get in the way." As such, they've created the Prime line. The SteelSeries Prime lineup was released this week in several forms - three mice and a pair of headphones. There's the SteelSeries Prime, a mouse, Prime+ with customization options, Prime Wireless (a wireless mouse), and Arctis Prime - the headphones.

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Lenovo Go accessory brand launched for hybrid work arrangements

Lenovo Go accessory brand launched for hybrid work arrangements

Last year saw many office workers find themselves working mostly from home. Even as restrictions get lifted, however, some businesses have embraced arrangements that have employees working remotely most or some of the time. This kind of hybrid workspaces and arrangements also require more flexible tools to keep up with ever-changing situations. That's why Lenovo is now launching a new brand of accessories designed exactly for that but, of course, these Lenovo Go products are pretty much just new faces in an already saturated PC accessory market.

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SteelSeries Rival 5 budget gaming mouse packs custom keys and RGB

SteelSeries Rival 5 budget gaming mouse packs custom keys and RGB

SteelSeries has added a new gaming mouse to its line-up, and while you might normally expect that to come with a hefty price tag, the Rival 5 bucks that trend. Promising a more ergonomic design for comfier extended play, plus nine buttons - including quick action keys - the Rival 5 is half the price or less of rival gaming mice.

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Razer Orochi V2 is a tiny, customizable mouse for notebooks

Razer Orochi V2 is a tiny, customizable mouse for notebooks

There's a new very tiny mouse in the world this week called Raer Orochi V2. This device is wireless, working with Razer HyperSpeed Wireless technology with ultra-low-latency as well as 2nd-gen Razer Mechanical Mouse Switches. It also works with a variety of aesthetic design options courtesy of Razer Customs... or you can just get it in white or black.

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Apple Magic Keyboard 2021 has Touch ID built in

Apple Magic Keyboard 2021 has Touch ID built in

There's a new wireless keyboard from Apple this week with a collection of features that make previous models look obsolete. This new Magic Keyboard (revealed and released in the year 2021) has its own Touch ID sensor - meaning you'll be able to log in to your iMac (or whatever computer you're using*) with your fingerprint.

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Razer Viper 8KHz promises eight times faster polling rate

Razer Viper 8KHz promises eight times faster polling rate

There has been a lot of focus on fast rates in the tech industry of late, from the usual clock speeds of CPUs and GPUs to a seeming obsession over screen refresh rates. In contrast, Razer says that gaming mice makers are still stuck at improving accuracy and responsiveness, particularly with DPI numbers. That isn't the only important figure, though, the gaming company says, and it is trying to prove its point with the new Razer Viper 8KHz with HyperPolling technology.

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Logitech G Pro X Superlight mouse trims weight to make you a better gamer

Logitech G Pro X Superlight mouse trims weight to make you a better gamer

Logitech G today is revealing a new model of its Pro Wireless gaming mouse, announcing the the Pro X Superlight. As the name suggests, the Pro X Superlight is lighter than its predecessor, with Logitech saying that the mouse weighs less than 63 grams. That's enough for a 25% weigh reduction over the Pro Wireless, which is a fairly light mouse to begin with.

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Cyberpunk customs hit Razer products

Cyberpunk customs hit Razer products

Today Razer revealed a collection of items that'd be made available with custom Cyberpunk 2077 edition graphics. The main product in the mix was a Razer Viper Ultimate with Charging Dock - Cyberpunk 2077 Edition. This version of the mouse is functionally identical to other editions, this time with a shocking Cyberpunk YELLOW and black flat lines to set your eyes on fire. Also the Cyberpunk 2077 edition costs $10 more than the other color options.

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3 years later, a new trackball mouse from Logitech

3 years later, a new trackball mouse from Logitech

In recent years, Logitech has been releasing a number of ergonomic office accessories, and today it added one more to the lineup. The company announced the ERGO M575 Wireless Trackball, a new mouse that is intended to keep hand and wrist strain at a minimum over hours of use. While ergonomic mice are nothing new from Logitech, the M575 serves up a budget option for trackball fans.

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Classic Razer headphones, mouse, keyboards go PRO wireless

Classic Razer headphones, mouse, keyboards go PRO wireless

This week Razer released several classic peripherals in brand new editions with Razer HyperSpeed Wireless Technology enabled. The Razer BlackShark V2 Pro, DeathAdder V2 Pro, and BlackWidow V3 Pro are all now available with wireless iterations from the Razer store. Third-party sales will begin soon, too.

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Logitech MX Anywhere 3 mouse puts MagSpeed scroll wheel in a smaller package

Logitech MX Anywhere 3 mouse puts MagSpeed scroll wheel in a smaller package

Logitech today announced the MX Anywhere 3, a wireless, compact mouse that’s meant to be taken on the go and used across multiple machines. Despite being significantly smaller, the MX Anywhere 3 borrows some features from the MX Master 3, including the mouse’s MagSpeed scroll wheel that’s built out of machined steel. In a few ways, the MX Anywhere 3 seems to be a smaller counterpart to the MX Master 3.

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HP OMEN accessories with Warp Wireless tech lets you cut more cords

HP OMEN accessories with Warp Wireless tech lets you cut more cords

While most PC gamers do their gaming on desktops or at least laptops laying on something flat, it doesn't mean they are fine being enslaved and tethered by cables. Notorious for being picky about both performance and appearances, gamers will most likely prefer to free themselves of cables and cords as long as they get the same powerful experience. That's the combination that HP is promising with three new OMEN accessories that come with its Warp Wireless technology to banish lag from wireless setups.

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