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High-Performance Gaming Mice Don't Perform

"With only two exceptions, so-called "high-performance" gaming mice don't actually perform any better than cheap laser office mice, declared U.K. mouse maker WarMouse. The manufacturer of the revolutionary, multi-button WarMouse Meta, introduced last summer and dubbed "The King of All Computer Mice" by Trends Updates, made the shocking claim in conjunction with its release of its Metalocity mouse speed testing software, designed to measure the actual performance of one mouse versus another when utilizing point-and-click interfaces..."

Cyborg's Rat 7 Adjustable Gaming Mouse

"So, how much time do you spend with a mouse in hand? If you're a PC enthusiast, probably quite a lot—if not at work, then certainly at home. Wouldn't it be nice to have a mouse with a custom fit? That's what Cyborg Gaming, a subsidiary of Mad Catz, has created with its Rat 7 gaming rodent.

Cooler Master Inferno Gaming Mouse

Quakecon, 2010 –Making its debut at Quakecon, Dallas Texas the first MMO-built gaming mouse from CM Storm is set to take the gaming world by storm, giving you the edge over the competition. The Inferno, armed with a 4000 DPI twin laser sensor, 128kb of onboard Sentinel-X memory and the brand new Storm Tactics Multiplayer key will evoke your killer instinct.

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Razer Viper high-precision mouse



Four-way Gaming Mouse Roundup

G9X, XAI, Abyssus and SideWinder X8

"CPU? Check. Memory, mainboard and video card? Check. Oh, I had better also budget for a quality PSU, case and a HDD large enough to last me a while before I can call it a system.

Crap, did I forget the monitor? Hrmm, I did. Well, ok, the budget can stretch a little bit more I suppose (don't look at me like that Mr. Power Bill, I'll get to you soon enough).

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Ozone Ground Level Mouse Pads, Smog Mouse, Oxid & Strato Headset rated  by

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Ozone has a great lineup of products. The Ground Level mouse pads are your standard cloth/rubber mouse pads, but they look great and perform well. The Smog mouse is an amazing product with it's excellent looks, 9 buttons, LEDs, weights & exchangeable grips. The Oxid Headset is your typical stereo headset, but audio performance is great and so is the mic, The Strato Headset is a step above with 5.1 channel audio, leather earcups and more.



Razer Left-Handed Gaming Mouse

Razer, makers of gaming peripherals for the PC, is set to release a gaming mouse for left-handed individuals.

The DeathAdder Left Hand Edition, based upon the company's DeathAdder product, runs $59.99, but is currently back-ordered. Shipments should start going out worldwide on March 24th.

Gigabyte Ghost GM-M8000X Mouse

"While optical mice have finally managed to vanquish ball mice as the standard pointing device, a lot of computer users have been content that their optical mice are "good enough". Gamers on the other hand demand way more from their mice, and that's why a little beauty by the name of the Gigabyte Ghost GM-M8000X laser gaming Mouse exists. You'll find a nine button performance mouse built for competitive gaming around a 6000 DPI laser sensor with on-the-fly sensitivity adjustment and a high 1000 reports/second USB polling rate."

Mionix Naos 5000 Gaming Mouse

“The peripheral gaming market is competitive and crowded, but Swedish company Mionix claims the Naos 5000 to be exceptionally comfortable, bore out by a rather unique ergonomic design from what we've seen. The features and specifications for the Naos are impressive, but we've seen many products make big claims on paper, only to find they couldn't live up to the hype when put to task. Can the Naos impress or will it add to the pile of gaming peripheral wannabees? Let's find out.”

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