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ASUS Announces the ROG Strix Impact Gaming Mouse

ASUS Republic of Gamers (ROG) today announced Strix Impact, a wired optical gaming mouse with a lightweight and ergonomic ambidextrous design optimized for multiplayer online battle arena (MOBA) games. Built with the essential qualities of lightness, speed, comfort, and durability that MOBA gamers need to triumph and have fun during marathon sessions, ROG Strix Impact is a reliable and effective gaming weapon.

Flexible customization options available in the intuitive ROG Armoury software let gamers change different aspects of the operation of ROG Strix Impact, and ASUS Aura Sync RGB lighting lets them express their personal style and synchronize lighting with other Aura-enabled products. ROG Strix Impact is built to last with durable Omron switches that are rated to 50 million clicks. Thoughtful design details include a DPI switch and indicator to adjust tracking speed on the fly, and a low-friction, drag-free cable for fast, easy movement.

AZiO Unveils a Trio of Gaming Mice

AZiO showed off a three new gaming mice the company plans to launch through 2017, the GM2400, the Atom, and the Aventa (pictured in that order). The GM2400 is an entry-level ambidextrous gaming mouse designed for claw-grips with either hands. It features a basic 3 button layout with a hard-teethed scroll-wheel, and a button for on-the-fly DPI adjustment. Under the hood, it features a 2,400 dpi sensor. Blue LED lighting, rubberized top surface, and a braided USB cable make for the rest of it.

The AZiO Atom is the company's new mid-range gaming mouse. Featuring a rustic (worn-out) industrial ambidextrous design, the mouse is designed for e-Sports, with 7 programmable buttons, a 3,200 dpi sensor with 1000 Hz polling rate, red LED illumination, a zero-acceleration mode, and a detachable braided USB cable. Lastly, there's the Aventa, the company's latest premium gaming mouse, featuring a right handed design, with its body borrowing design elements from the Exo Alpha. It features 7 programmable buttons, an Avago 9800 (8,200 dpi) laser sensor, RGB LED lighting, and a detachable braided USB cable.

Corsair Also Announces the Scimitar Pro Mouse

In addition to its K95 RGB Platinum keyboard, Corsair have also announced an update to their well-received Scimitar gaming mouse. Based on the award-winning Key Slider 12 side-button SCIMITAR RGB, the SCIMITAR PRO RGB adds onboard profile storage and a native 16,000 DPI PMW3367 optical sensor developed in partnership with PIXART for precise control in single DPI steps for ultra-accurate, high-speed tracking.

EpicGear Announces the Morpha X Modular Gaming Mouse

At CES 2017, EpicGear, a sub-brand of GeIL, has announced their new Morpha X Modular gaming mouse, a natural evolution of their previously released MorphA gaming mouse. This is an interesting one, at least when it comes to its modularity: you can swap between two provided sensors through its EG MSC technology (an 8,000 DPI laser sensor or a 12,000 DPI optical one) as you see fit and as the situation requires, as well as being able to change the actuation force on the trigger switches through the mouse's EG MSS technology and the two (orange [medium] and purple [pro, heavy]) provided pairs of actuators.

HyperX Also Announces the Pulsefire Gaming Mouse

Alongside their new Cloud Revolver S headphones, which joins HyperX's already strong headphone lineup, the company has also taken the opportunity to announce a new product as CES 2017: the Pulsefire gaming mouse.

The first optical mouse in the HyperX range of products comes with the standard, run-of-the-mill load-out on gaming mice - 2x programmable side buttons, a threaded scroll wheel and rubberized grips. It also packs in four preset DPI settings (400/800/1,600/3,200), adjustable by the DPI button on top of the mouse, which lets you calibrate your mouse's sensitivity on the fly, and makes use of a braided USB cord to offer a little more durability.

The Pulsefire is due out in April 2017 for under $50.

Speedlink to Release the 10-Button Omnivi Flagship Mouse

German company Speedlink is about to bring their own gaming flagship gaming mouse towards the US market, one that is arguably over-saturated. However, as times have shown again and again, there is always a little more space for some products that manage to distinguish themselves in the consumers' eye.

To that end, Speedlink is putting up its Omnivi gaming mouse up against the very best and most renowned in the industry, sporting an ergonomic, polarizing design that is meant to either work or not at all for its prospective users. This means its curves and body design are crafted in particular ways in an effort to provide superb grip and feel - to a limited set of right-handed users whose hands adapt to the mice as it was designed. Like all specific designs, it risks alienating part of the potential user base who simply doesn't possess the physical and hand posture characteristics that best work with this mouse; this being the reason why so many mice have rather "neutral", non-contoured designs - in an effort to appeal to a larger potential customer base.

X2 Announces the Harada Gaming Mouse

X2 today announced the Harada gaming mouse. This right-oriented mouse is suitable for both claw- and palm-grips, and combines a rubberized plastic body, with a stainless steel base and polymer glide feet. The mouse features 7 programmable buttons with Omron switches for the main two buttons. The top surface features RGB multi-color LED lighting through lighting accents under the buttons, and the X2 logo.

Under the hood, the X2 Harada features an Avago 9800 optical sensor, with a resolution of up to 8,200 dpi, with steps of 7,400 dpi, 6,200 dpi, 4,800 dpi, 2,400 dpi, and 1,200 dpi. The sensor has a refresh-rate of 380 cm/s, 1 ms response time, and 30G acceleration. You can set the resolution and polling rate on-the-fly. The controller polls the USB interface at 1,000 Hz. An in-built 64 KB memory stores macros and lighting settings. The mouse is backed by a 2-year warranty, the company didn't reveal pricing.

Genius Announces Super Value KMH-200 Gaming Peripheral Combo

Genius, a leading global brand in personal peripheral devices for the digital world, is proud to announce its ultimate gaming peripheral offer combining its most-dependable gaming mouse, keyboard and headset into one package. Quickly get into battle without compromise with the Genius KMH-200 gaming combo: everything you need to dominate the battlefield.

The Genius KMH-200 will have an MSRP of $27.90. This is by far the most comprehensive package any gamer can have at such a low with all other combos out right now only including both keyboard and mouse, Genius rounds out the entire gaming experience and brings you both keyboard and mouse as well as a gaming headset all in one bundle.

BIOSTAR Introduces the AM3 Gaming Mouse

BIOSTAR is pleased to announce the introduction of its latest gaming peripheral and also the latest addition to the BIOSTAR RACING series family of performance products: the BIOSTAR RACING AM3 gaming mouse. With gamers looking for performance and features nowadays, gaming mice have become an expensive tool to fully enjoy games and the price to have one is sometimes a barrier in getting what you need to game. BIOSTAR changes that and addresses the needs of gamers at a reasonable price without sacrificing quality nor feature set. Built around a high-precision PMW 3320 sensor, the RACING AM3 gaming mouse comes with enhanced precision up to 5000DPI resolution to satisfy your gaming needs. The BIOSTAR RACING AM3 will have an MSRP of $15.99.

A step-up from your traditional gaming mouse, the BIOSTAR RACING AM3 gaming mouse is designed to aid gamers who are looking for a precision, high-performance mouse that can meet their needs. With BIOSTAR's experience, they have come up with the BIOSTAR RACING AM3 to offer their flagship mouse for the gaming masses, taking feedback from gamers as well as years of experience when designing the RACING AM3 gaming mouse. The result is an incredibly precise, high-performing and high-quality gaming mouse with the perfect balance of price and features.

Cooler Master Announces the MasterMouse S and Lite S

Cooler Master, a leader in design and manufacturing computer components and peripherals, today announced the launch of the MasterMouse S, a small and elegant gaming mouse with intelligent RGB illumination, four DPI levels up to 7200 DPI, and ergonomics that aim to provide a secure and satisfying claw grip.

The MasterMouse S and MasterMouse Lite S thus join their larger sibling, the MasterMouse Pro L, released earlier this year, adding the size S to Cooler Master's MasterMouse family (MasterMouse Pro L is a modular mouse that includes both M and L sizes). The naming of these three mice also reflects their positioning in Cooler Master's portfolio, with MasterMouse S in the middle, "Pro" standing for an advanced model, and "Lite" indicating more affordable features.

CORSAIR Launches New HARPOON RGB Gaming Mouse and K55 RGB Gaming Keyboard

CORSAIR, a world leader in enthusiast memory, PC components and high-performance gaming hardware today announced the new CORSAIR HARPOON RGB gaming mouse and CORSAIR K55 RGB gaming keyboard, bringing a wealth of high-end features within the reach of every gamer. Equipped with a 6,000dpi optical sensor, the HARPOON RGB combines a contoured design that fits naturally in the hand with deadly precision, while the K55 RGB combines quiet, responsive keys, six programmable macro keys and dedicated volume and media controls. Both HARPOON RGB and K55 RGB also feature signature customizable CORSAIR RGB lighting, allowing for a wealth of color and customization.

Combined, HARPOON RGB and K55 RGB allow gamers to get the most out of their mouse, their keyboard and their games.

Tt eSports Announces the Black FP Gaming Mouse with Fingerprint Sensor

Thermaltake gaming hardware brand Tt eSports today announced the Black FP gaming mouse with integrated fingerprint sensor, which it had first unveiled at the 2016 International CES, earlier this year. The mouse, which is mostly based on the Black V2 platform, integrates a Synaptics IronVeil fingerprint sensor located along its left side, just above where you'd rest your right thumb.

The Synaptics IronVeil sensor is compliant with FIDO-UAF specifications, and has an NSA-approved software path to your machine. Your machine sees the sensor as a separate device. Data from this sensor is encrypted with the 256-bit AES standard. The sensor can be used to authenticate a variety of functions such as Windows Hello machine login, game-client login, in-game purchase authentication, and biometric file encryption. As a mouse, it gives you an Avago 9500 sensor with 5,700 dpi laser sensor resolution, Omron switches, 7 programmable buttons, Teflon glide bases, and adjustable weights. Available now, the Tt eSports Black FP is priced at US $59.99.

Cougar Announces the Revenger RGB Gaming Mouse

Striking a dangerous aesthetic emphasizing its feline signature, Cougar's upcoming gaming mouse aims to be a predator on the battlefield. Dubbed the Revenger. Cougar is set to unchain the newest member of their big cat family - preying on other mice - proving that theatricality and attraction means nothing without performance and functionality. Equipped with a state-of-the-art 3360 PMW sensor, the 12,000 DPI precision rating is set to deliver unrivalled accuracy and maximum consistency. Whether your scrolling through a multi-screen setup or making razer sharp movements on a 4K display, the level of consistency the Revenger offers proves evident in both day-to-day computing and long hours of gaming.

Designed to dominate both on the screen and off the screen, the level of refinement within the Revenger's sensor means gamers will no longer be limited to the confines of a mouse mat. Whether it's wood, steel, plastic or fabric the advanced tracking capability that the Revenger has to offer can only be enhanced by the use of Cougar's own mouse pads.

Mionix Announces the Naos QG Gaming Mouse

Mionix today announced the launch of the Naos QG (Quantified Gaming) mouse. The mouse lets users monitor and share their body reaction in real time. Mionix new gaming mouse is 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.

Coming in a unique grey color, with open APIs and the cutting edge PMW-3360 sensor the Naos QG will be presented from 30th Sep - 2nd Oct at TwitchCon, San Diego, California.

Sharkoon Announces the Skiller SGM1 RGB Gaming Mouse

Sharkoon expands their lineup of the new Skiller series and introduces an optical gaming mouse: The Sharkoon SKILLER SGM1 Gaming Mouse, with an optical PixArt PMW3336 sensor with up to 10,800 DPI. Five quickly accessible macro buttons provide decisive advantages for demanding gamers, who appreciate the benefits of comprehensive programming.

The SGM1 offers, in addition to its stylish ergonomic design, a seven-step weight tuning system. Using the six weights, each weighing four grams apiece, the weight of the mouse adjusts in seven increments between 106 to 130 grams. No tools are required; the spring-loaded locking mechanism on the bottom allows easy access to the weight tuning system tray. Durable Omron switches in the left and right mouse buttons promise stability, even during continuous use. The maximum polling rate is 1,000 Hz; lift-off distance is 2 mm. The optical aspects were also well thought-out, the RGB illumination of the mouse wheel and SKILLER logo are fully customizable. The SGM1 connects via a textile braided cable in a black-blue design with gold-plated connector, which offers sufficient room with 180 cm.

Logitech G Announces Prodigy Series Gaming Peripherals

Logitech today announced the Prodigy series, a family of gaming gear that was designed to enhance the way you play. The new series, which includes two mice, a keyboard and a headset, all share the same attributes of high-performance technology, exceptional comfort, and a sleek and modern design.

"We love building products for hardcore gamers, and we'll never give that up," said Ujesh Desai, vice president and general manager of Logitech G. "With the explosion of play across all ages and skill sets we knew we needed something more. Our new Logitech G Prodigy series gives all gamers access to our best technology. It's gaming gear made exclusively for everyone." The Logitech G Prodigy series includes the Logitech G403 Prodigy Gaming Mouse, Logitech G403 Prodigy Wireless Gaming Mouse, Logitech G213 Prodigy RGB Gaming Keyboard, and the Logitech G231 Prodigy Headset.

Cherry Announces the MC 3000 Ergonomic Mouse

CHERRY, the specialist for computer input devices, has expanded its affordable MC mouse series with a new model: the MC 3000. Apart from its ergonomic design, this cable mouse offers great functionality at a low price without compromising on quality. Main features of the MC 3000 are its optical sensor and plug & play installation .

With the MC 4000, CHERRY has gone for a high-quality, optical sensor that scans either 1,000 or 2,000 DPI (dots per inch). This allows the user to select the optimal resolution for a wide variety of daily tasks. The DPI setting will be indicated by two predefined colors that light the scroll wheel, side panels and the DPI switch: blue for 1,000 DPI and red for 2,000 DPI. Together with a high-speed motion detection of 1.5 meters per second (60 IPS) the CHERRY MC 4000 represents the ideal solution for high-speed professional use.

Logitech Introduces Its First Ever Silent Mice

Today Logitech announced the Logitech M330 Silent Plus and the Logitech M220 Silent Wireless Mice, the first quiet mice ever developed by Logitech. The M330 Silent Plus and M220 Silent mice deliver the same precision, durability and "click" feel without the noise. "We live in a social world, whether you work in a shared space or at home, but sometimes silence really is golden," said Anatoliy Polyanker, global portfolio and brand director at Logitech. "That's why we created the M330 Silent Plus and the M220 Silent mice. Our engineers studied the sources of noise made by a computer mouse and created ways to reduce the decibel level without sacrificing quality."

With the M330 Silent Plus and the M220 Silent you can work quietly without compromise. These mice provide the traditional click feel, but with over 90 percent noise reduction. And with Logitech Advanced Optical Tracking, they are ultra-precise and work on almost every surface. Both the M330 Silent Plus and M220 Silent provide a wireless connection up to 33 feet away thanks to a plug-and-forget nano receiver, and the mice work with Windows, Mac , Chrome OS or Linux -based computers with no hassle. Plus, they have received the Quiet Mark seal of approval from the Noise Abatement Society.

Cooler Master Announces the MasterMouse Pro L

Cooler Master, a leading manufacturer of desktop components and peripherals, today announced the MasterMouse Pro L, the mouse for all gamers. Whether you are new to PC gaming and have yet to discover your ideal grip or if you're an established PC user with intimate knowledge of their mouse preferences, the MasterMouse Pro L will meet all your needs.

The MasterMouse Pro L was made with customization in mind, making it a mouse that can adapt to any and all situations as quickly as you need it to. Custom Grip Configuration - The MasterMouse Pro L comes standard with two top panels of different lengths as well as two sets of magnetic side panels with differing grip textures. This gives users the freedom to use the mouse grip that works best for them at a given time rather than being stuck with one grip for all genre of games and play styles.

Cherry Announces the MC 4000 Precision Gaming Mouse

CHERRY, the specialist for computer input devices, presents the MC 4000 wired mouse. The new model is optimized for professional requirements, where rapid work is required. These properties are achieved through a high-quality optical sensor and a sliding surface that fully surrounds the bottom of the mouse. Two-color illumination and six buttons complete the symmetrical MC 4000.

With the MC 4000, CHERRY has gone for a high-quality, optical sensor that scans either 1,000 or 2,000 DPI (dots per inch). This allows the user to select the optimal resolution for a wide variety of daily tasks. The DPI setting will be indicated by two predefined colors that light the scroll wheel, side panels and the DPI switch: blue for 1,000 DPI and red for 2,000 DPI. Together with a high-speed motion detection of 1.5 meters per second (60 IPS) the CHERRY MC 4000 represents the ideal solution for high-speed professional use.

Ozone Unveils Official Origen Gear

Ozone's team and xPeke have been closely working for more than one year to develop these products, bringing fresh concepts regarding ergonomics, comfort and performance. Last year, the international brand of high performance products for gamers released the first Official Origen Mousepad, being warmly received for the gaming community. Today Ozone completes the line with a high end headset and mouse.

"At the Ozone headquarters we feel really proud to work with xPeke, one of the most successful eSport athletes to date, and his team Origen. It is very easy to work with him and developing this product line from the scratch has been an exciting process with amazing results." says Rojo Galvín, Ozone gaming's brand manager.

Sharkoon Announces the Shark Zone M50 Gaming Mouse

Sharkoon expands its range of peripherals and introduces a programmable mouse for gamers, which is also suitable for left-handers thanks to its symmetrical design. The Sharkoon SHARK ZONE M50 Gaming Laser Mouse, with the typical yellow cable, offers subtle yellow LED lighting and technical advantages for gamers: Avago ADNS-9800 sensor with up to 8,200 DPI plus a polling rate of 1,000 Hz and a lift-off distance from one to five millimeters. Interchangeable side panels offer individual customization for best grip and ergonomics. Omron switches in the left and right mouse buttons ensure longevity, five mouse feet offer outstanding gliding performance, and the brushed aluminium alloy bottom ensures both stability and durability. The M50 has seven total buttons, all of which are programmable, plus a precision scroll wheel. The laser mouse connects via its textile braided, yellow cable with gold-plated USB plug.

The included gaming software allows adjustments to the DPI steps, polling rate, double-click and scroll speed, angle snapping and axis sensitivity. In addition, macros can be conveniently programmed, for example, for difficult key combinations for gaming or repetitive office work. Complete gaming profiles can easily be saved in the onboard memory of the M50. Thus, even complex key sequences, including delays and mouse clicks, can be easily executed. Thanks to its internal memory, no settings are lost within the extensive gaming software.

Logitech Amps Up the Fun with the 2016 Party Collection

Logitech invites you to bring the party to your computer with the introduction of the 2016 Party Collection. Inspired by the '80s Memphis style of design that emphasizes bright, contrasting colors and graphic patterns, the festive Party Collection is an over-the-top mash-up of favorite things including watermelon, flamingos, popsicles and other energetic patterns.

A collection of bold patterns and colors brings a touch of whimsy to the Logitech M325C Wireless Mouse and the Logitech M317C Wireless Mouse designs. These wireless mice reflect the fun, boundary-pushing attitude of today's pop culture.

Sharkoon Unveils Skiller SGM1 Gaming Mouse

Sharkoon unveiled the Skiller SGM1 gaming mouse. This right-oriented quasi-ambidextrous mouse features 12 programmable buttons and a 4-way scroll wheel, with a design optimized for palm- and claw-grips. Under the hood is a PixArt PMW3366 optical sensor with 10,800 dpi resolution. The left- and right-click buttons feature durable Omron-made switches. It features onboard memory to store your macros, which you can set using the included software.

AZiO Also Announces the EXO Alpha Gaming Mouse

AZiO Also announced the EXO Alpha line of gaming mice featuring a metal-frame design, with a brushed aluminium floating palm-rest that comes in three colors - red, blue, and gunmetal, and light from an RGB LED coming out from the edges of the floating rest. Under the hood is a 9,800 dpi optical sensor with 5 adjustable settings, six programmable buttons, and a management software that stores your settings on the cloud.
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