The Pictek T7 gaming mouse may lack name recognition and alpha-gamer sex-appeal, but it compensates with no-frills value and a rock-bottom price. Pic-who? At first glance, I
If you can stomach the price and the rough-around-the-edges software, the Swiftpoint Z is an outstanding, innovative, and feature-loaded mouse that is unmatched by any
UPDATE: This is a preview from E3 2017. You can read the full review of the Swiftpoint Z gaming mouse here.] The Swiftpoint Z gaming
The Fnatic Clutch G1 optical gaming mouse is an outstanding, streamlined, and efficient killing machine. It’s comfortable, well-designed, and arguably as close to gaming mouse
The Accessory Power Enhance GX-M4 is a colorful, entry-level gaming mouse that delivers limited features and respectable performance for a very modest $20 price. As
The Nixeus Revel is a budget-friendly, no-frills gaming mouse that would shine more brightly if it wasn’t so darn shiny. The Nixeus Revel is very
The Z is definitely no ordinary mouse–gaming or otherwise. Using an array of built-in sensors that includes a gyroscope, accelerometer, linear actuator, and pressure sensors,
The Cougar 550M gaming mouse is one of the best Cougar gaming mice I’ve reviewed. And at a budget-friendly price of around sixty bucks, it might even make Grumpy Cat smile.
The Roccat Tyon bears a vague resemblance to a warthog, and is arguably one of the ugliest gaming mice this side of Mad Catz Cyborg mice—but despite its surly appearance it’s surprisingly comfortable, very well-designed, and eminently functional.
[From my PC gaming column at Examiner.com] Razer roars into Mad Catz territory with the bleeding edgeOuroboros Elite gaming mouse, a configurable, shape-shifting wireless “smart” mouse
(From my review at Examiner.com) Roccat’s IskuFX gaming keyboard has all the power and versatility of its blue cousin, but adds a little more color
The SteelSeries Sensei [RAW] (rubber) is an ambidextrous mouse that delivers everything a good gaming mouse should deliver: comfort, performance, and utility—and it even does it at a reasonably wallet-friendly