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Three Logitech G mice get HERO 16K upgrades today

Three Logitech G mice get HERO 16K upgrades today

For a few years now, Logitech G has been releasing a series of high-end, wireless gaming mice that usually share three similarities: most of them use Powerplay charging, Lightspeed wireless tech, and almost all of them sport the company's HERO (High Efficiency Rated Optical) sensor. Powerplay and Lightspeed have mostly stayed unchanged from mouse to mouse, but last year, Logitech replaced the original HERO sensor with the HERO 16K.

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Razer Mercury Collection 2019 revealed with nine all-white accessories

Razer Mercury Collection 2019 revealed with nine all-white accessories

For the past couple of years, Razer has been re-releasing some of its gaming accessories as part of its Mercury Collection, which gives all of those peripherals a white redesign. Today, Razer revealed the Mercury Collection for 2019, and there are nine accessories joining the collection in all, from mice and keyboards to microphones and even a PlayStation 4 controller.

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Microsoft Pro IntelliMouse upgrades a legend

Microsoft Pro IntelliMouse upgrades a legend

There probably isn't a mouse around as well known as Microsoft's IntelliMouse. The line has been around since 1996 with Microsoft releasing a number of new iterations over the past 23 years, and the latest one was announced today. Say hello to the Pro IntelliMouse, a new device that stands alongside 2017's Classic IntelliMouse.

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Ambidextrous mouse Razer Lancehead Wireless ramps up features for 2019

Ambidextrous mouse Razer Lancehead Wireless ramps up features for 2019

This morning the folks at Razer released the latest version of their Lancehead Wireless ambidextrous mouse. This new version of the mouse has a top-notch 16,000 True DPI 5G optical sensor. This is not the first time this sensor's been applied to a Razer mouse - it's the first time this sensor's been bestowed upon this particularly versatile mouse.

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Logitech G502 Lightspeed review: A pricey gaming mouse, but a good one

Logitech G502 Lightspeed review: A pricey gaming mouse, but a good one

Over the past couple of years, Logitech has delivered a string of quality G-series releases, particularly when it comes to mice. Recently, the company has started to turn its attention toward its more popular models from the past, updating them with wireless sensors and Lightspeed support to turn them into wireless gaming mice for the modern era. First we saw Logitech give the G Pro a wireless makeover, and now it’s the G502’s turn.

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iOS USB mouse support rumor will make iPad Pro owners go wild

iOS USB mouse support rumor will make iPad Pro owners go wild

Apple has been advertising its iPad Pros from day one as the new generation of computers but not many believed it. Most of those have to do less with the excellent hardware and more with the limitations of the iOS mobile platform. Apple has been slowly working to address those concerns and it might soon be making the last step needed to truly make the iPad Pro a desktop or laptop replacement. It might, in just a few months, finally add mouse support.

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Razer Basilisk Essential gets reboot with price adjust

Razer Basilisk Essential gets reboot with price adjust

The Razer BlackWidow keyboard, Kraken headset, and Basilisk Essential are all reboots of their most recent predecessors. Each of these three peripherals brings the look and the feel of their predecessors to a slightly less expensive package. For those users that wish to get the nearly-most-basic Razer experience in gaming accessories, this might be your newest best bet.

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Windows Virtual Desktop on iPad could be the computer Apple never wanted

Windows Virtual Desktop on iPad could be the computer Apple never wanted

Ever since the debut of the iPad Pro, Apple has been talking about how its tablet could pretty much replace the long-standing definition of what computers are. But while countless of iPad Pro owners have been able to indeed do work or live completely off an iPad Pro, it’s just a fact that not all the “pro” software one needs is available on iOS. That argument might soon be moot, however, and you might soon be able to do everything on an iPad. Unfortunately, it will be Microsoft who will have the last laugh thanks to its Window Virtual Desktop.

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Razer Turret brings keyboard and mouse to Xbox One

Razer Turret brings keyboard and mouse to Xbox One

Keyboard and mouse support is now live on Xbox One, and Razer has made it clear that it wants to get in on the ground floor with this. It's been teasing a new keyboard and mouse made specifically for the Xbox One for a few weeks now, and today, it officially unveiled the duo. Get ready to drop some cash, because Razer's first mouse and keyboard pair for Xbox One are expensive.

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Razer teases Xbox One wireless keyboard, mouse for early 2019

Razer teases Xbox One wireless keyboard, mouse for early 2019

For quite some time Microsoft had promised that keyboard and mouse support was coming to the Xbox One, and earlier this month it finally delivered the feature, with a handful of games introducing compatibility for the accessories, including Fortnite. Now that the feature is out, allowing Xbox One owners to connect just about any keyboard and mouse they already have, it's still a matter of time before hardware specifically designed for the console is released. But rather than Microsoft, it looks like Razer is handling things.

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Xbox One mouse & keyboard support finally arrives next week, including Fortnite

Xbox One mouse & keyboard support finally arrives next week, including Fortnite

Xbox One gamers waiting for the long-promised feature of mouse and keyboard support for the console are finally getting good news: after a limited beta test for mouse functionality just two weeks ago, Microsoft has announced that both mouse and keyboard features will be rolling out to everyone next week, with support for this year's biggest game — Fortnite.

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Xbox One Alpha, Beta testers can now try out mouse support

Xbox One Alpha, Beta testers can now try out mouse support

Microsoft has been promising mouse and keyboard support for the Xbox One for several years now, and it looks like they're finally about ready to make good on the feature. Following the announcement of a partnership with Razer for new accessories back in September, a select few Xbox One owners can now start experimenting with using a mouse. Announced yesterday, the feature is part of a new system update rolling out for members of the Alpha Skip Ahead and Beta Ring programs.

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