Corsair adds two new mice to its gaming peripheral line with the new Nightsword RGB and M55 RGB Pro
A gaming mouse is a type of peripheral that mostly relies on user choice due to factors such as ergonomics, as a user is more likely to do more strenuous mouse movements than keystrokes. With that, brands develop gaming mice that are either ergonomic or ambidextrous. What we have here from ASUS is a mouse which is famous for its ergonomics, design, and build quality. Take a look at the ROG Gladius II and what makes this mouse gamer's dream in this #B2GReview
Spot on precision, grip comfort, excellent accuracy/sensitivity, and programmable buttons are a few things that any hardcore PC gamers would want to have in their computer mouse (and RGB). However, to have all of these, you usually have to pay a premium...but HAVIT thinks otherwise. Offering 19 programmable buttons, PIXART 3360 Optical Sensor, and OMRON Switches for less than USD30(PHP1500). What more could you ask for? Oh yeah, still needs RGB.
Searching for a solid performing gaming mouse is hard for budget oriented Gamers out there as they struggle with the dilemma: To invest a few bucks in a low-end gaming mouse? or to just buy a regular A4tech mouse and I'm good to go? Today, we take a look at the ASUS Cerberus Gaming Mouse and hopefully end the dilemma in this #B2G Review.
A 12000 DPI sensor is perfect for your 360 no scopes Kappa. The M65 PRO RGB will retail for $59.99 and will be available starting April
G.Skill released their new Ripjaws MX780 RGB Laser Gaming mouse. The mouse features an ambidextrous design for both right and left-handed gamers thanks to its customizable side grips. Will G.Skill release an RGB Mousemat in the future? SRP = $60