Attitude One's newest laser-sensor-equipped gaming mouse, the Rapira Elite, gets put to the test. It features the Avago ANDS-9800 sensor, which guarantees good tracking performance on pretty much any surface imaginable. Priced at €59 MSRP, it isn't nearly as expensive as other high-performance gaming mice we recently tested.
Mionix's newest version of the NAOS and AVIOR designs get put to the test. Both feature the newest IR-LED sensor from Avago, the ADNS-3310. We take them for a spin to see how they perform in comparison to their previous versions!
Feenix is a new brand in the high-end gaming gear scene. Today, we will be taking a look at the Nascita gaming mouse featuring the well-performing Avago ADNS-9800 sensor and some pretty interesting features.
CM Storm's new Havoc gaming mouse features the 8200 DPI Avago ADNS-9800 sensor which has proven to be one of the most consistent, high-performance laser sensors out there. That, coupled with plenty of buttons, should make for an interesting combination.
Logitech's new wireless gaming mouse, the G602, is a long departure from the last generation. It comes with twelve buttons, a 2500 DPI optical sensor, and packs a lot of different technologies to boost battery life and performance. We take it for a spin to see if the future of gaming mice is wireless!
Mionix is known for their well-designed gaming mice. Today, we will take a good, hard look at their newest ambidextrous design dubbed the AVIOR. It features the same high performance laser sensor as the NAOS 8200 and has a total of seven buttons!
GIGABYTE seems committed to expanding their line of Aivia products beyond gaming. Today, we will take a look at the innovative Neon presenter mouse with quite a few tricks up its sleeve!
Mionix's biggest breakthrough came with the Naos 5000 mouse launched three years ago. The Naos model has been beefed up and now features the newest 8200 DPI sensor from Avago. That, combined with market-leading ergonomics, could make this mouse the best from Mionix yet.
SteelSeries recently revamped their Sensei design with a [RAW] Frost Blue Edition. [RAW] is SteelSeries' way of marketing a no-nonsense thoroughbred gaming mouse without any extra features. We take it for a spin to see if this more down-to-earth design performs well!
Func's leave from the gaming scene is over, and they are back with a revamped 1030 mat and a brand new mouse dubbed the MS-3. Based on Func's previous outings, the bar is set high for their products. We take both mat and mouse for a spin to see if they can live up to the Func name.
The Tt eSPORTS Level 10 M gaming mouse has a lot of new novel features, like an adjustable palm plate and an aluminum base. We take it for a spin and see how it fares against simpler mice!
Leetgion's El'Druin Diablo III gaming mouse is put to the test. This mouse has been optimized for Diablo III and features a lot of unique functions such as a S-Pad controller and a secondary scroll wheel.
Ozone Xenon is the name of a brand new mouse that features the Avago ADNS-3090 sensor. The Xenon is a no fuss gaming machine and even side buttons are omitted in order to achieve better handling. We put it to the test to see how it fares against other, similarly priced mice.
CM Storm just launched the Recon gaming mouse and the Scorpion mouse bungee. Today, we test to see whether the Recon has the performance to take up the fight against other mid-range gaming mice. We will also see if mouse bungees should get their place back on our gaming desks.
Epic Gear's line of gaming products is expanding rapidly, and they have just launched a somewhat radical new gaming mouse dubbed Meduza. The Meduza mouse features an HDST tracking system which combines tracking data from both an optical and laser sensor, using an onboard Cortex CPU.
Gigabyte's first real high-end gaming mouse gets put to the test. It features an 8200 DPI laser sensor and a wealth of buttons to boot. The design is ambidextrous which makes it a great mouse for lefties as well!
Today we will be taking a hard look at the revamped CM Storm Sentinel Advance II which features the newest sensor technology from Avago which provides up to 8200 DPI native resolution. The design is the same, which turned heads back when it was launched.
Zowie's recently released AM mouse gets put to the test. The mouse features a newly designed Avago sensor equipped with a custom lens made specifically for Zowie which brings down the lift-off-distance significantly. We take it for a spin and see how well the setup works in the real world.
ROCCAT's latest high performance laser gaming mouse is called the Kone[+]. The [+] indicates that it is a refined version of its critically acclaimed Kone mouse. All of the features found on the original are carried over to the [+] version. The [+] brings a slew of new features and an optimized design to the table. We test the mouse to see how it fares against latest and greatest gaming mice on the market.
SteelSeries' newest rodent, dubbed Sensei, gets put to the test. The Sensei mouse features a few new tricks due to the implementation of an ARM CPU. The addition of a CPU makes the mouse capable of running all acceleration and smoothing corrections onboard and even allows for interpolation up to 11400 DPI.
Zowie a relatively unknown gamer brand recently released two new mice. The mice all feature the same 2000 DPI infrared sensor and are available in two different surface textures. Featuring a design that resembles that of the late great IntelliMouse Explorer 3.0, this 2000 DPI gamer mouse could be the next big thing amongst old school gamers. We put it to the test and see how it stacks up against the best gaming mice out there.
Razer has just released a revamped version of their old Lachesis mouse. The revision features a much newer Philip Twin-eye laser sensor which is capable of producing coherent tracking at up to 200 IPS, at a maximum resolution of 5600 DPI. We put it to the test and see if this specification-monster is good in real life application.
Razer is mostly known for their expensive gaming mice, however, this new mouse changes all. Dubbed the Abyssus Razer is offering a gaming grade mouse at only $49 MSRP. We test the mouse and see if it stands a chance against some fierce competition.
Mionix Naos 5000 is the name of a brand new Swedish designed gaming mouse. Combining the brilliant Avago 9500 sensor with an ergonomic right hand design this mouse means business.
SteelSeries' all new optical gaming mouse is put to the test. The Kinzu mouse features the latest generation optical sensor, but can it even begin to compete with the new generation of laser sensor powered mice? We put the mouse to the test and see how well it fair against more modern offerings.