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PUBG Mobile: Bots, Mice, and Keyboards

PUBG Mobile: Bots, Mice, and Keyboards

When you play PUBG Mobile, you're not playing JUST other PUBG Mobile gamers. Instead, as we've found, some players aren't playing on their mobile devices. Other players aren't players at all - they're bots. It would appear that the game is only partially populated by real mobile users. The rest are big fat liars, cheats, and artificial intelligence.

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Logitech Powerplay review: The best argument to ditch your wired mouse

Logitech Powerplay review: The best argument to ditch your wired mouse

Wireless mice have a certain unsavory reputation among PC gamers. Though many will tell you that the latency associated with wireless accessories make wired ones better, that doesn’t usually come into play unless you happen to be so good at the game you’re playing that adding 10 or 20 nanoseconds to your reaction time is the difference between winning and losing. No, for most of us, the reason to stay away from wireless accessories is one of convenience: It’s decidedly not fun to have a mouse or a keyboard die on you when you’re in the middle of a game, so it’s just easier to opt for wired peripherals.

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Lexip gaming mouse has two joysticks for all your movement needs

Lexip gaming mouse has two joysticks for all your movement needs

The venerable computer mouse was never really envisioned to be anything beyond a pointing device. It definitely wasn’t envisioned to be a gaming input device. And yet the mouse, along with the keyboard, has practically defined and differentiated PC gaming from other forms of gaming. That, however, doesn’t mean it’s not in dire need of an innovation. But while most gaming mice simply throw in more buttons, more sensitivity, or more light into the equation, Lexip is doing something different. It is, instead, throwing in not one but two joysticks inside the mouse.

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Xbox One keyboard, mouse support is really coming

Xbox One keyboard, mouse support is really coming

This is one of those things that you’re almost 200% sure is going to happen but is only a question of “when”. Microsoft itself has more or less confirmed that there is a huge amount of interest if not demand for keyboard and mouse support for the Xbox One consoles but it hasn’t exactly put that down in quotable writing. That was until the company’s Polish office accidentally revealed Microsoft’s plans to create a new “Xbox Master Race”.

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Razer debuts new Overwatch accessories inspired by D.Va

Razer debuts new Overwatch accessories inspired by D.Va

Now in full swing, Blizzard's BlizzCon 2017 has been packed with new announcements about the developer's biggest games, including the beloved Overwatch. To coincide with this, Razer has announced a set of new official PC accessories for the team-based shooter, this time styled specifically after the mech-weilding character D.Va. Even better is that the new headset is a dream come true for cosplayers.

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HORI TAC Pro One brings Xbox One’s first keyboard, mouse

HORI TAC Pro One brings Xbox One’s first keyboard, mouse

Microsoft wants to blur the boundaries of console and PC gaming. It started when it shifted the Xbox hardware to one that’s closer to a PC. Then it made Windows 10, Cortana, and Universal Windows Platform (UWP) apps to the console. And, now, it has officially approved the console’s first key officially licensed keyboard and mouse peripherals. Well, somewhat. While the HORI TAC Pro One does register as a keyboard and mouse, don’t plan on writing your NaNoWriMo masterpiece on the Xbox One. This pair is unabashedly design for gaming only, PC and console.

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Razer BASILISK mouse just popped a clutch

Razer BASILISK mouse just popped a clutch

The Razer Basilisk was just announced by Razer at PAX, bringing a new sort of device to the mix with hardware customizability. This device was made specifically for first person shooter games and has an "industry-best" 50 million click lifespan with Razer Mechanical Mouse Switches. Inside is a 5G true 16,000 DPI optical sensor - the same one used in the DeathAdder Elite and the Lancehead Tournament Edition.

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Logitech’s whole Powerplay mouse pad wirelessly charges its gaming mice

Logitech’s whole Powerplay mouse pad wirelessly charges its gaming mice

If gamers have been the long-standing wireless peripheral hold-outs, then Logitech thinks it finally has the answer to cutting the cord. Four years in the making, the Logitech G Powerplay system is the mouse and keyboard maker's foray into its own wireless charging system. Rather than go for one of the off-the-shelf approaches already in the wild, Logitech developed its own suited to the demanding requirements of the PC gaming community.

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Logitech Flow lets you control multiple computers with one mouse

Logitech Flow lets you control multiple computers with one mouse

We're used to a pretty steady flow of mice and keyboards coming out of Logitech, but today the focus is almost entirely on software. Citing its own in-house research that shows one-in-ten people work across multiple computers, Logitech has launched new software called Logitech Flow. This new software is meant to help streamline the process of working across multiple computers at once.

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This is the Surface Arc Mouse Microsoft didn’t talk about

This is the Surface Arc Mouse Microsoft didn’t talk about

The student-friendly Windows 10 S and the not so student-friendly Surface Laptop were, of course, the stars of Microsoft's education-centric show. But in the flurry of announcements, Microsoft ran out of time to introduce something that featured prominently in its PR images and videos. Never fear, Microsoft at least didn't forget to put up a product page for it. The Surface Arc Mouse, basically a redesigned Arc Touch mouse, will be ready to match your Surface Laptop's style when they both launch next month.

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Razer Lancehead mouse uses new “tournament setting” wireless tech

Razer Lancehead mouse uses new “tournament setting” wireless tech

This week the folks at Razer have introduced the Lancehead, a wireless mouse that uses a new type of wireless technology. Razer calls this new connection method Adaptive Frequency Technology, and suggest that it "automatically selects the strongest interference-free frequencies within the 2.4 GHz band." Active switching happens whenever necessary and two editions of the mouse will be available very, very soon.

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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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