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SteelSeries Sensei [RAW] gaming mouse now shipping

SteelSeries Sensei [RAW] gaming mouse now shipping

SteelSeries has announced that it is now shipping a new gaming mouse called the SteelSeries Sensei [RAW]. The mouse comes in two versions including a glossy version and a rubberized version. The two versions of the mouse only differ in the covering on top. Either version of the mouse will sell for $59.99 and is available now.

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Thermaltake puts external fan on Cyclone gaming mouse

Thermaltake puts external fan on Cyclone gaming mouse

What do you do when you break a sweat from all that PC gaming? You use a mouse that has an external fan mounted on it, that’s what you do. Thermaltake quite literally wants to blow you away with the new Tt eSports Element Cyclone gaming mouse, which is the first mouse for gamers that has a unique outside fan on it, designed to bring some cool relief to sweaty gamer hands.

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Microsoft Surface re-introduced as a handheld tablet

Microsoft Surface re-introduced as a handheld tablet

This week Microsoft has re-introduced their own creation as a smaller version of itself: Microsoft Surface in the form of a handheld tablet. It was Steve Ballmer himself that came onstage at the start of this event, beginning his talk with a bit of a teaser with "cloud computing and entertainment" and ending up letting us know the big bang right from the start: "and in all that we've done, Windows is the heart and soul." Ballmer let the audience know that Windows in all powers 1 billion computers (and more, we must assume) across the earth, and that "Windows 8 re-imagines the product."

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Logitech G600 MMO Gaming Mouse offers button overload

Logitech G600 MMO Gaming Mouse offers button overload

Logitech has outed its latest peripheral, the G600 MMO Gaming Mouse, encrusted with buttons to give massively multiplayer online gamers plenty to keep their fingers busy. The G600 includes a total of twenty buttons, a dozen of which are clustered together into a contoured panel on the side of the mouse, and while Logitech ships them pre-programmed by default, they can be customized to any choice of function or macro.

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HP X4000 Wireless Laser Mice get fashionable

HP X4000 Wireless Laser Mice get fashionable

The folks at HP have brought everything from cupcakes to a lovely white mustache to your hand with the HP X4000 Wireless Laser Mice line. These mice are meant to connect to your computer wirelessly and give you no less than a perfectly comfortable ride while your fingers dance on the secured grip offered on both the left and right sides and back of the device. Along with 1600 dpi precision right here in every single model, you'll be glad you picked up one of these little beasts here in the Spring of 2012.

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Thermaltake unveils Level 10 M Gaming Mouse

Thermaltake unveils Level 10 M Gaming Mouse

Thermaltake is back with another product design made in conjunction with BMW Group Designworks USA. The last time we saw a design tie up between these two companies was the Level 10 case that was so cool. The new product is a gaming mouse the goes along with that Level 10 gaming case called the Level 10 M Gaming Mouse.

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SteelSeries teases mouse with integrated screen

SteelSeries teases mouse with integrated screen

Gaming mice range from the simple to the ridiculous, though they tend to unite on at least one aspect: "expensive". In the world of gaming hardware, novelty is a constant struggle, and boutique manufacturer SteelSeries has something up their sleeves that certainly qualifies. The company posted two photos to their Twitter account today, showing off what appears to be the tail end of a gaming mouse with an integrated screen of some kind. Thousands of PC gamers' wallets are already feeling lighter.

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Ion Ergonomic Air Mouse Glove is odd but interesting

Ion Ergonomic Air Mouse Glove is odd but interesting

I have seen all sorts of weird mice over the years with different rodents aimed at gamers and those that have carpal tunnel. Those mice are usually traditional designs that you hold in your hand and move around on your desktop. I have seen some nice designed for use in the air from across the room aimed at people who give a lot of presentations or need to control a media center PC from across the room.

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Logitech Touch Mouse M600 is desperate for your touch

Logitech Touch Mouse M600 is desperate for your touch

Logitech has outed its latest wireless peripheral, the Touch Mouse M600, and it's gagging for you to stroke, tickle and generally caress it. Topped with a touch-sensitive surface suitable for both left and right handed users, the M600 can handle click-taps and swipes for gestures, and supports Logitech's Flow Scroll software for smoother on-screen navigation.

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Genius DX-ECO Bluetooth mouse uses a capacitor that recharges in minutes

Genius DX-ECO Bluetooth mouse uses a capacitor that recharges in minutes

The thing I don’t like about cordless mice that you have to charge is that they take so long to get a full charge typically. I always forget to plug them in and end up with no mouse for a long time while it charges back up. I generally like wireless mice that use normal batteries better, but if you run out of batteries, you are in trouble. Genius has a new mouse that is perfect for those that like to be green and not use throwaway batteries, yet want something that charges faster too.

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Logitech Cube makes mouse square

Logitech Cube makes mouse square

Logitech has revealed its latest mouse, the Logitech Cube, and it seems someone in the peripheral company's design has been left with nothing but a ruler to design it. A palm-sized box doubling as a mouse and a wireless presentation controller, automatically switching between the two when you lift it off the desk, the Cube's entire top surface is a touch-sensitive scroll pad.

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Genius Ring Presenter with laser pointer breaks cover

Genius Ring Presenter with laser pointer breaks cover

Genius has unveiled a new product called the Ring Presenter. The device slips onto the finger like a ring and has a control pad on the top that allows the user to control the cursor on the computer as they would with a normal mouse. The ring that wraps around the finger is made from rubber for grip and to fit more people.

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