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Are gaming handhelds too expensive?

Now that the PS3 Slim is $299, and the Xbox 360 Elite is well on its way to the same price, the ceiling for console gaming is finally coming down. This isn't a surprise; it happens every gaming generation. But, considering the components of multipurpose systems like the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3, this generation of consoles has hovered at higher prices than consoles of the past. Now, however, all three home consoles are within $50 of each other.

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SilverStone Raven Gaming Mouse rated  by 3dGameMan.com

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The SilverStone Raven Gaming Mouse is fairly large so it might not fit smaller hands and it's. It has bold styling and high-strength plastic with carbon fiber surface. There are 11 buttons, including scroll wheels. On the top here's the left click, middle click, right click, middle click, scroll wheel, left scroll, right and left scroll. Also at the top in a small 128 x 32 OLED which shows an animated raven logo and the the DPI settings. While I like this mouse I just can't get used to the flip 3D wheel and DPI switch because I keep hitting it when I move the mouse around.


 

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Building A KICKASS Gaming Rig 2 rated  by 3dGameMan.com

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Building A KICKASS Gaming Rig 2 video shows how to install computer hardware including performance results. Watch the Video to find out more...


 

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NZXT Avatar Gaming Mouse rated  by 3dGameMan.com

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The NZXT Avatar Gaming Mouse has a 2600 DPI Optical Sensor with up to 15G acceleration accuracy. The Max Speed is 40 Inches/Second, Max Frame Rate is 6469 Frames/Second, Resolution is 650-2600 DPI and the Image Processing is 5.8 Mega Pixels/Second. There are 7 programmable buttons. On the top heres the left click, scroll wheel with middle click, right click, two macro keys as well as DPI indicator LEDs. This is a great mouse for anyone with a small narrow hand!. Watch the video to find out more...


 

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