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Verbatim Touch Wireless Mouse  rated  by 3dGameMan.com

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The Verbatim Touch Wireless Mouse is your basic 2.4GHz wireless mouse, however, doesn't have a scroll wheel, but rather scroll touch. If your in the market for a stylish, affordable 2.4GHz mouse, this might be it.


 

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What sets the Smartfish Whirl Mini Notebook Laser Mouse apart from many other wireless mice is it's patented ErgoMotion pivot system. It kinda makes the mouse feel like it's floating on air! This design makes the mouse much more comfortable to hold and reduces wrist fatigue. It's nice to see innovative thinking in the peripheral category.


 

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The Cooler Master Storm Spawn Gaming Mouse has a 3500 DPI optical sensor, 60 IPS, 20G, 7 programmable buttons, rubber grips, long cable and is affordable. If you're right handed and have average to large sized hands, this might be the mouse for you.


 

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Does DPI matter in gaming mice?

We've been talking about gaming mice a little bit in the past few weeks, and one of the ways gamers judge the quality of their mice is by the DPI: dots per inch. You see a high number, and you think you have a good mouse. Does that number mean anything in terms of actual performance?

"The industry has been highly successful in establishing this number as something highly important, when in reality it doesn't really mean all that much," Kim Rom, the CMO of SteelSeries told Ars.

 
 
 

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