Razer was founded in 2005 and started out dual-headquartered in San Francisco and Singapore and focused on one thing “For Gamers by Gamers” and has remained true to that one defining point. Razer has something for everyone in an ever-widening circle of products that now includes the Razer Lancehead Tournament Edition in four varieties (Black, Gunmetal Grey, Mercury White, and Quartz Pink) and we have the Gunmetal Grey edition to look at.
As you know Aorus is the gaming side of Gigabytes hardware manufacturing. And despite being a relatively new name in the gaming hardware arena they sure are producing some nice products. A perfect example of that is the Aorus K7 gaming keyboard and the Aorus M3 gaming mouse that we will be taking a look at today, huge thanks to Gigabyte for sending these our way!
When it comes to choosing the perfect low budget gaming mouse there are a myriad of choices available to the casual and dedicated gamer. The gaming market is currently flooded with mice in every conceivable price range with an equally variable feature set. However, as anyone who has tried to select a low-budget peripheral has found, it is often extremely difficult to find an economical mouse that isn’t entirely terrible to use. Whether it’s a flimsy cord, poor response/lag, or just an overall cheap feel, it seems like there is always an issue with these low-end devices. Of course, we all know that you get what you pay for, but sometimes you can be lucky enough to get a quality piece of hardware at a wallet-friendly price. This is the case with today’s product, the Corsair Harpoon RGB Gaming Mouse. Read on to see why this mouse stands out from and outright blows away any competition in its price range.
Mionix's gaming mice were developed in collaboration with Kickstarter and the Twitch streaming community. The Mionix QG mouse measures the user’s biometric information and movement data via integrated sensors and visualizes the captured data through an in-game overlay. Proclockers was able to evaluate the function of this unique mouse. Our hope is to inform others that are looking into this peripheral a better understanding of its abilities.
The nearly endless selection of gaming oriented peripherals is a wonderful thing for enthusiasts, no matter your taste or even your current mood, you can find something that suits you. From dozens of extra buttons to lighting effects that rival a popular club, the choices of extras are endless. Professional E-sports gamers on the other hand aren’t that interested in the flashy gimmicks, but need a rock solid, high performance input device they can rely on in the heat of the moment to bring home a victory. Anyone out there can slap together some silly hunk of plastic with a tracking sensor, a USB cord, and a few LED’s and call it a ‘gaming mouse’ but it takes a little bit more effort to make a truly great peripheral meant for serious business. Enter Fnatic. When the first thing you see opening the box is “Goodbye Mediocracy” on a product made BY some of the most well-known professional gamers FOR professional gamers, you know things just got serious…
Quality is top of the list. A gamers' worst nightmare is losing your mouse part way through a round, and good aesthetics is just icing of the cake. The aLLreLi M515BU Gaming Mouse has all of the above, so let’s dive in and see how it stacks up to the competition!
The mouse is one of the key components in competitive gaming. It needs to be according to one's preferences wherein a slight discomfort can cost the entire game. It is also one of the focal point in one's rig as it is visual seen upfront. There's a lot of gaming mouse out there today and you'd probably overwhelmed with the options just like myself. Most would like to stick to their favorite brands when it comes to peripherals. What if a popular brand for graphics cards enter the peripheral market? Would you try theirs? EVGA is a world renowned brand when it comes to graphics cards and recently they ventured into power supplies and peripherals as well. Follow us today as we take a look at one, the EVGA TORQ X10 Carbon.