Peripherals are subjective, you like what you like and leave the rest for someone else right? ASUS is trying to win you over with compelling entries in the highly addictive ROG family. The ROG Gladius II Origin Mouse has taken the modular Gladius mouse and given it an RGB facelift to compliment the socketed Omron Switches and detachable cords. The ROG Scabbard masquerades as a mousepad, but it’s actually a premium gaming surface designed to protect your entire desk as well as provide the accurate base for your mouse to glide on. Is it enough to win you over or did they have you at first sight?
Today we will be checking out another excellent gaming peripheral from Thermaltake’s Tt eSPORTS line. You might remember a couple weeks ago we took a look at their MEKA PRO mechanical gaming keyboard, today we are checking out one of its companion devices, the VENTUS X Optical gaming mouse. In addition to sporting a 12,000 DPI optical sensor and a comfortable ergonomic design, the VENTUS X mouse also excels in an area we found the MEKA PRO to be lacking. The VENTUS X comes equipped with industry standard 16.8 Million color customizable RGB backlighting, and if it is half as spectacular as it looks from the packaging we will be in for a real treat. Big shoutout to Tt eSPORTS for sending the VENTUS X mouse our way! Let’s dig in!
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.
Computer mice and mouse pads have not only given us a point of interaction with our computers, they also allow us to define our unique computing needs. Computer mice and mice pads are no longer a one size fits all. Let’s face it, everyone is different, how we use our mice may not necessarily be how others use or grip their mouse. Case in point, we like our mice to be lightweight and have a high DPI capability, also smaller mice fits our hands a little better, some people are the complete opposite of us, they like to use a slightly heavier mouse, lower DPI, and larger sized mice. When it comes to mice surfaces, we tend to like board styles.
The Cooler Master MasterSet MS121 Gaming Keyboard & Mouse set is an entry level RGB keyboard and mouse set that uses the Mem-chanical Clicky switches designed by Cooler Master. Mem-chanical is a membrane keyboard set up to mimic a mechanical keyboard. Is it any good? Follow us today as we check out the Cooler Master MasterSet MS121 Gaming Keyboard & Mouse set.