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  1. Vanir

    Endgame Gear XM1

    Endgame Gear is a new brand in the gaming peripherals market, but they certainly aren't rookies. Their first gaming mouse, the XM1, has a symmetrical shape and features a PixArt PMW3389 optical sensor, Omron switches rated for 50 million clicks, a very lightweight shell, and exceptionally fast...
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    MSI Vigor GK30 Gaming Combo

    The newest gaming mouse and keyboard bundle from MSI is mainly targeted at people with a limited budget who still want all the RGB capabilities one could ask for. The Vigor GK30 Gaming Combo consists of a Clutch GM11 ambidextrous gaming mouse and a full-sized Vigor GK30 rubber-dome membrane...
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    Cooler Master MP510 Mouse Pad

    The MP510 is a unique mouse pad from Cooler Master. It features a highly durable Cordura fabric as its top material, which is a smooth nylon blend. It has a splash-proof surface, stitched edges, and a logo that glows in the dark. Show full review
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    Dark Project ME1

    The Dark Project ME1 is a lightweight right-handed ergonomic gaming mouse with a familiar shape for those who know their mice. It features a PixArt PMW3360 top optical sensor, Huano switches rated for 20 million clicks, and RGB lighting. Show full review
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    Thermaltake Level 20 RGB Extended Mouse Pad

    Thermaltake released a lot of Level 20 RGB gaming peripherals simultaneously, one of which is an extended cloth mouse pad. It has RGB lighting implemented into its edge stiching, which can be controlled via the iTAKE software, but you can also synchronize it with other Thermaltake products...
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    Thermaltake Level 20 RGB Hard Mouse Pad

    Thermaltake recently released a line-up of Level 20 RGB gaming peripherals, and one of these is a hard plastic mouse pad with RGB lighting along its edges and the TT logo, controlled in the iTAKE software. You can even synchronize the lighting with other Thermaltake products, the Razer Chroma...
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    Corsair M55 RGB Pro

    Corsair's newest gaming mouse is a relatively cheap one. At $39.99, the M55 RGB Pro offers a fully ambidextrous design, PixArt PAW3327 optical sensor with a maximum resolution of 12,400 CPI, Omron switches rated for 50 million clicks, great-looking RGB lighting, and much more. Show full review
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    ASUS ROG Strix Carry

    ASUS is back in the gaming-mouse business with the ROG Strix Carry, which is an ultra-small wireless model you can carry around for everyday use - hence its name. It features a PixArt PMW3330 optical sensor, 2.4 GHz and Bluetooth connectivity, and the manufacturer's exclusive switch-socket...
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    EasySMX Gaming Mice

    EasySMX offers gaming peripherals on a budget. In this review, we'll take a look at the capabilities of three of their mice—namely, the BD-01, V50, and V18, all of which feature vastly different specifications, shell designs, materials, and colors. Show full review
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    Corsair Nightsword RGB

    Corsair's newest ergonomic gaming mouse, the Nightsword RGB, is here! It's a true flagship model featuring weight-tunability, 4-zone RGB lighting, Omron switches rated for 50 million clicks, and Corsair's exclusive PixArt PMW3391 top-of-the-line optical sensor. Show full review
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    Tecware Haste Gaming Mouse Pad

    Tecware has two mouse pads in their new Haste-series, which are extended 900 and 800 mm wide mats, so there's plenty of room for your keyboard, too. They have micro-woven tops and textured rubber backings, and one even has RGB lighting integrated into its edge stitching. Show full review
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    Corsair Glaive RGB Pro

    Corsair's iconic modular mouse is back, and it has been updated with a PixArt PMW3391 top optical sensor and some general tweaking. The Glaive RGB Pro also features Omron switches with a nominal lifespan of 50 million clicks, 3-zone RGB lighting, seven programmable buttons, and much more. Show...
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    Tecware Impulse Pro

    Tecware showed off their Pro line of gaming mice at Computex 2019. The Impulse is their ambidextrous variant equipped with a PMW3360 top-of-the-line optical sensor, Huano switches rated for 20 million clicks, and a lot of RGB capabilities. Show full review
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    Dark Project ME2

    Dark Project is a new and relatively small branch of Red Square, a Russian company specializing in gaming peripherals. The ME2 is their ambidextrous gaming mouse featuring a top optical sensor, Huano switches rated for 20 million clicks, multi-zone RGB lighting and more. Show full review
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    ROCCAT Kova AIMO

    ROCCAT's iconic Kova line is back, and the newest iteration naturally comes with the company's signature AI-lighting, hence it's name: Kova AIMO. This fully ambidextrous gaming mouse also comes with a Pro-Optic R6 sensor, ten fully programmable buttons, 512 KB of on-board memory, and much more...
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    Logitech G MX518 (Legendary)

    Logitech's iconic gaming mouse is back, and it's better than ever! The G MX518 (also known as the MX518 Legendary) features the flagship HERO optical sensor, Omron switches rated for 20 million clicks, an updated, flexible cable, and many great features, and of course all this inside the truly...
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    VicTsing MM057 Wireless Mouse

    Tight budget for a new pointer device? VicTsing's 2.4 GHz wireless mouse might just be what you are looking for - the MM057 hardly consumes any power, is durable, comes with a good material mix, and has a long working distance. It uses a PixArt PAW3212 optical sensor with five pre-defined...
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    ROCCAT Kain 120 AIMO

    ROCCAT's Kain line debuts with two medium-sized, right-handed ergonomic mice of which the Kain 120 is the more premium one. It's a fantastic gaming mouse, featuring ROCCAT's signature AIMO lighting, an all-new Owl-Eye 16K sensor, a freshly patented main button mechanism and much more, while...
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    Tesoro Control R1

    Tesoro is most well-known for their keyboards, but their gaming mice should not be overlooked! The Control R1 is a rather big, right-handed mouse featuring a top optical sensor, 3-zone RGB lighting, Omron switches rated for 20 million clicks, and six individually programmable buttons. Show full...
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    HyperX Fury S Speed Edition

    If you are a sucker for fast, low-resistance mouse pads and love good abstract design on your mat, the HyperX Fury S Speed Edition might be your ideal choice. Available in four different size variants, it can be a viable option for most people. It has stitched edges and is either 3 or 4 mm thick...
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    Glorious Model O Mouse

    Glorious PC Gaming Race just released their first gaming mouse, which is definitely among the best mice you can currently get. Ambidextrous, extremely lightweight, with a high-end sensor, perfect skates and cable—all this at a friendly price tag. This is the first product ever, to get three...
  22. Vanir

    Razer DeathAdder Essential

    Razer recently introduced their Essential lineup with cheaper variants of the DeathAdder and Abyssus mice. This review is of the DeathAdder Essential, which features the same iconic shape, but with a mid-level optical sensor, single-color lighting, non-rubberized sides, and a more friendly price...
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    Logitech G240 Mouse Pad

    It's safe to say that the gaming market is saturated with mouse pads. There are many different types, even RGB-backlit ones, yet Logitech's G240 stands out of the crowd rather well. It's a medium-sized, ultra-thin cloth mouse pad with a rather unique surface type, rubber backing, and...
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    HyperX Pulsefire FPS Pro

    HyperX's first gaming mouse was the Pulsefire FPS, and now, it's back with a face lift, perfectly up-to-date by today's standards. PixArt PMW3389 top-of-the-line optical sensor, Omron D2FC-F-7N switches rated for 20 million clicks, highly customizable RGB lighting, and a robust...
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    Corsair Ironclaw RGB Wireless

    A while back, Corsair released their biggest gaming mouse so far, a truly massive rodent called the Ironclaw RGB. Now, a few months later, there's already a face-lifted version with not only three additional buttons, but also Corsair's Slipstream wireless technology. Show full review
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