Gaming Mice

corsair-gaming-sabre-rgb-optical-mouseBy Stuart Davidson @ Hardware Heaven

A few months ago Corsair changed their gaming brand name to something a bit more straightforward, Corsair Gaming. As part of that process they took existing peripherals, refreshed them and overall this was a successful process with several winning awards on our site. Today though we get something brand new to look at in our Corsair Gaming Sabre RGB Optical Review.

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corsair-gaming-m65-rgb-laser-gaming-mouseBy Stuart Davidson @ Hardware Heaven

We have been working our way through Corsair Gaming’s products, since the brand launch a couple of months ago and today we have another connected to our system. So lets take a look at an enthusiast gamer targeted mouse in our Corsair Gaming M65 RGB review.

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mad-catz-mmo-te-gaming-mouseBy Stuart Davidson @ Hardware Heaven

Past experience with Mad Catz products tells us that they are happy to step away from the norm when it comes to product design. The S.T.R.I.K.E. keyboards for example are pretty unique in their design. And of course the R.A.T. mice with movable parts isn’t a design you see every day. So we always look forward to seeing what they have to offer and today we cover one of their latest mice in our Mad Catz M.M.O. TE review.

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cougar-700m-gamingmouseBy Stuart Davidson @ Hardware Heaven

Cougar are probably best known for their cases and power supplies but recently they have been getting stuck into the peripherals market. Today in our Cougar 700M Review we take a look at this gamer mouse, along with the surface designed to match it.

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aorus-thunder-m7-gaming-mouseBy Stuart Davidson @ Hardware Heaven

Gigabyte have taken a stab at peripherals a number of times over the years with sub brands such as Aivia. Overall the products have been decent, and certainly unique with their K8100 board being a prime example. More recently Gigabyte launched a new brand for gaming peripherals (and laptops). Today we take a look at the Aorus Thunder M7 mouse which is aimed at serious gamers, especially those who play MMO games… and the MASSIVE P3 extended pad which Aorus offer to complement it.

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roccat-kone-pure-military-gamingmouse-camo-matBy Stuart Davidson @ Hardware Heaven

When choosing a mouse, everyone has different needs. That might be wired, or wireless… left handed, right handed or both… laser or optical… basic buttons, a million buttons… and so much more. Then of course there is finish, rubber, plastic, metal?.. And then there are specific designs. Today we take a look at Roccats new revision of the Kone Pure mouse. The Military Edition with Camo Charge finish and just to be thorough we are throwing in Roccats Camo Charge gaming surface too.

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logitech-g402-hyperion-fury-mouseBy Stuart Davidson @ Hardware Heaven

There are few, if any, names in PC peripherals bigger than Logitech. Over the years pretty much everyone who has used a PC will have used one of their devices, whether it is as an enthusiast who goes out and buys one or as an office worker whose work PC uses a rebranded Logitech keyboard or mouse as part of their system. Nowadays as well as the more generic parts Logitech also have a heavy focus on gaming through their G series. Today we have one of the latest G series mice from Logitech attached to our system for review. Read on to find out how the Logitech G402 Hyperion Fury does.

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thermaltake-level10m-hybrid-mouseBy Joe Kershner @ PureOC

There are a lot of different features we look at when purchasing peripherals, especially when it comes to our mouse for gaming. Who wants a heavy, uncomfortable mouse that may jump around while we’re trying to make the next kill? Introducing the next ThermalTake mouse capable of operating in wired or wireless mode. It has a sleek design and is capable of being reshaped to your personal comfort level. ThermalTake claims that gamers are guaranteed to find that special spot to rest comfortably spending long hours gaming. Let’s take it for a spin and see if this holds true.

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evga-torq-x10-gamingmouseBy David Yee @ Legit Reviews

EVGA is currently on the move to release its own branded peripherals and we’re taking a look at one of their new mice that’s hoping to make a splash in a crowded pond. The TORQ X10 and TORQ X10 Carbon stray away from the video cards EVGA is most well-known for though their motherboards and power supplies are an indicator that they can do just fine outside of their usual space. We’ve got the TORQ X10 which also comes in the Carbon variant that utilizes a carbon fiber surface on parts of the mouse.

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corsair-raptor-m45gamingmouseBy sk_spooky @ Hardware Heaven

Today we will be taking a look at the Raptor M45 gaming mouse from Corsair. The M45 is a mid-range gaming mouse from their Raptor range which looks to satisfy the needs of enthusiast gamers, especially FPS players.

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