If you’re a) a hardcore gamer who’s looking for a premium performance mouse, b) a user who needs the comfort of a mouse with a customizable body, and c) specifically searching for a mouse that works for both left- and right-handed users, then here’s something you might want to check out. Razer has introduced the
Are you a gamer who suffers from sweaty palms as soon as the pressure turns up? Then here’s the mouse for you. Thermaltake has introduced the Black Element Cyclone, a gaming mouse that features a fast laser tracker, weight customization, and its own cooling fan to keep your hand dry.
Robotic, complicated-looking mice: is this the wave of the future? We’re not entirely sure if we need any more than the usual three-buttons-and-a-scrollwheel, but if you’re a gamer who values customization and kickass design, then you gotta love this. Thermaltake brought out the Level 10 M gaming mouse (under their Tt eSPORTS brand) at CeBIT,
If you’re a fan of revolutionary design, then you’re going to like this: startup Product Design has listed this glass keyboard and glass trackpad on Kickstarter for funding. Made using tempered glass, the multitouch peripherals rely on touchscreen tech called FTIR (Frustrated Total Internal Reflection) which basically uses infrared lights and a camera for detecting
Mad Catz has started shipping the Cyborg RAT 7 Albino, a performance gaming mouse that’s designed to… well, basically do everything you expect from a performance mouse and more. Sure, it comes with a 6400dpi sensor, but that’s not really what makes this mouse special; it’s the unconventional modular design that allows a user to