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    Cooler Master Also Announces CM Storm Sentinel Palm Grip Gaming Mouse

    Cooler Master, a leading manufacturer of desktop components and peripherals, today announced the Sentinel III, an improved gaming mouse building upon the ergonomic palm grip design that fans have come to love. Sporting LED illumination in 16.8 million customizable colors, greatly improved intuitive software, and matte coating with an acrylic top panel, the Sentinel III is the perfect choice for palm grip gamers looking for comfort and advanced features.

    "Designed for right-handed palm grip players, the Sentinel III includes a new sensor and expanded on-board memory" said Leo Cheng, Product Manager at Cooler Master. "The new and improved OLED display also allows you to rename your profiles in addition to knowing your exact DPI settings and/or uploading custom logos. This is the first step in making the Sentinel III truly yours."

    Ergonomic Palm Grip Mouse with sharp Avago 3988 Sensor allows for extra precision
    The ergonomic, contoured body of the Sentinel III is slightly larger than average sports a thumb and pinky rest, giving the mouse a natural, comfortable shape and allowing your hand and arm muscles to relax. Each of the eight buttons on the mouse can be easily reached without altering your grip. An Avago 3988 sensor offers pixel-perfect movements and sensitivity up to 6400 DPI. For lightning-quick movement or methodic precise aiming, on-the-fly DPI adjustments can be preset at 400, 1200, 4000 and 6400.

    Program your perfect weapon with five macro programming profiles and Storm TactiX (TX) double button count
    Take your macros and settings wherever you go. The user-friendly software makes creating even complex macros quick and easy. The processing power of a 32-bit ARM processor and 512KB on-board memory allows you to save and playback complex macros. It also allows you to save settings for DPI, lift-off distance, and LED configurations for use on any computer without the need to install additional software. If you run out of buttons to achieve your ideal combination for quick access, just double Sentinel III's button count. 'Storm TactiX' can assign secondary functions to your mouse, triggered swiftly in-game simply by holding the function aka 'TX' button. This essentially increases your button count from eight to 15. Combined with macros and five profiles to save, customization is all but endless.

    Have it your way: Customize the OLED Display and full spectrum 16.8 million color options
    The OLED display puts the Sentinel III in a class of its own. You can upload any logo or re-name your profiles (maximum character limit 11) across the display to represent different settings and/or your team logo. The display allows you to see your in-game setting adjustments with just a quick glance at the screen. The Sentinel III also radiates any color you choose. Two different areas (the headlights and the top) can glow crimson red, burnt orange, gunmetal grey, or any other color that piques your fancy. With 16.8 million color options, you can tinker till you drop or completely switch off all LED lighting.

    Built to Last: The Sentinel III's Shell and Weight System
    Nearly every inch of the Sentinel III body is covered in a matte UV coating. This coating is highly durable and will not peel, wear off or tarnish. The main buttons are guaranteed for 20 million clicks. Pop the trunk on the Sentinel III and you will see a weight system for fine tuning mass and balance. Five disks weighing 4.5g each can be removed or added until you find a weight that feels just right.

    Pricing & Availability:
    The Sentinel III is expected to be available at local retailers in Europe from December 1st, 2015 for a suggested retail price of 59.90 €.
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    SteelSeries Rival 100 Gaming Mouse Review

    The SteelSeries Rival 100 is the latest gaming mouse aimed at those who don't want to splash out hundreds of dollars for accurate polling and a delicate sensor. At just $39, the Rival 100 undercuts many of the competitors and yet performs nearly as well. The mouse is mostly bare bones, but it adds a little spice that makes it perhaps the best low-cost gaming mouse on the market.




    The super-light plastic body of the Rival 100 is pleasant to hold, although the shiny plastic of the side grips can get slippery. It's easy to lift, and the light weight means you don't need a tight grip to maneuver it around. The shape of the mouse works, but it may take some getting used to. While comfortable, it requires your ring finger to rest on your pinkie finger. The mouse is symmetrical, and should work for those who use claw, palm, or hybrid grips.


    The left-click button is well balanced, light enough for fast presses but with a substantial amount of travel distance that makes it harder to mis-click. The right button is stiffer, and you may have to work it in a bit to get used to the pressure. The scroll wheel, usually a liability on budget mice, is very well done, with solid scroll-steps and a nice texture. Unfortunately, the middle click is very stiff and not easy to use for fast-twitch response.

    The two-setting DPI shift button on the back of the Rival 100 is a useful addition, but it's too far back to reach without shifting your hand on the mouse. The side browser buttons are well positioned and have a solid click. Both the scroll wheel and the SteelSeries logo on the mouse are lit by RGB LEDs. While the logo illumination wasn't consistent, it worked most of the time and the lights are a nice feature on a budget mouse.


    The Rival 100's cable isn't braided, but it is light enough to be unobtrusive. The mouse has Teflon feet the provide a smooth glide, and they can be replaced as they wear down (although no additional feet are included in the box).

    The LED sensor, which requires a dark matte surface for best performance, is very good. There's no acceleration in the Rival 100, and it held up amazingly well during successive rounds of Counter-Strike: Global Offensive. Once you get used to the grip and the button pressure, this mouse is as effective as any on the market.


    The biggest flaw in the Rival 100, and one that appears to be intentional by SteelSeries in order to add value to their more expensive options, is the limitation of its Engine 3 driver software. While it works well for button remapping and colour customization, adjusting sensitivity is made needlessly difficult. SteelSeries, which counts its sensitivity in counters per inch rather than dots per inch, only allows you to change sensitivity in 250-CPI increments. That's much too large for most people to fine-tune their preferences. The software also doesn't allow you to change the liftoff distance, which is a necessity for our reviewer's playstyle.


    Despite those caveats, the SteelSeries Rival 100 is one of the best budget mice on the market and definitely worth the Hardware Canucks Dam Good Value award. The sensor and the ergonomics are excellent, and the price makes it that much better.
    Review:
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    Corsair Katar Gaming Mouse Review

    The Corsair Katar ($39) is a mid-priced gaming mouse aimed at the basics of the FPS and MOBA market that does what it says on the box and nothing more. It suits its purpose well with a pleasant form, great build quality, and great sensor.

    If you're into Counter-Strike or DOTA 2, could this be your next mouse upgrade? So-called professional gamers would certainly like to convince you this is what they would use and believe it or not, this time they seem to be endorsing a peripheral that could be beneficial. Anyone who needs lightning-quick response times in their games should look no further than the Katar.




    The build quality of the all-plastic Katar is solid, weighing in at just 85 grams. That's very light, and the mouse is very easy to lift and move. For those who prefer lower DPI settings, this will satisfy your need to cover large movement areas without resistance. The triangular side texture on both sides of the mouse is effectively grippy, and the rubberized plastic on the top should be comfortable for all kinds of grips.

    The light weight speaks to the Katar's diminutive size. The mouse is shorter than most of its peers, but our large-handed reviewer didn't find that to be a problem with his hybrid grip. Still, the small stature of the Katar is something to be aware of for those who use a palm grip.


    The Katar's button layout speaks to its purpose as an FPS and gaming mouse. The Katar is ambidextrous and lacks side buttons, leaving just the left and right-click and scroll-wheel on top. That's a boon for left-handed gamers, and it means the mouse is comfortable for your ring and pinkie finger on either side.

    The two primary buttons have a satisfying and light click, with a moderate amount of travel distance. One great feature is that both buttons have the same level of resistance, which is important for MOBA titles and FPSes where your right click is used just as often as your left.


    The scroll wheel has nice texture and response, but it seems to spin a little too easily. We wish the scroll steps were more defined. And unfortunately the Katar shares the unwelcome attribute of many gaming mice in that its middle button is difficult to press, especially when compared to the light clicks of the two primary buttons.

    What compounds this error on the Katar is the lack of side buttons, which mean you're going to want to use the existing buttons to their fullest potential. Even worse is the large DPI switch in the middle of the mouse, which is too easy to hit when you're going for that middle click. This is especially important given how many MOBA and FPS players have that middle button bound to grenades or press-to-talk.


    The Katar does look great. The simplicity of the design, the two-toned body, and the red-illuminated Corsair logo all give the mouse a coherent feel. The Corsair Sails logo is [a href="http://www.corsair.com/en-ca/blog/2015/june/introducing-the-new-sails-logo"]new this year[/a], and it is a handsome brand for the company's products.

    The non-removable cable has a yellow USB tip, a real help for any of those who swap out the various anonymous black USB cables from the back of their computer often. The mouse rides on removable Teflon feet, but like most mice at this price point the Katar does not include spares. The mouse uses an 8,000 DPI red LED sensor, so dark surfaces are recommended.


    That sensor, combined with the quick button response and the light-weight body, make the Katar pleasant to use while gaming. While you may miss the side buttons when browsing the web, those who want a mouse designed for fragging will find it satisfactory. The software includes lift-height adjustment, which is a necessity for our reviewer, and configurable DPI settings including those that ape the settings of some professional players.

    The Katar is a basic gaming mouse with an excellent sensor, great primary buttons and a comfortable grip. It is let down by the middle button and its oversized and ill-placed DPI sensor. If you want precision and don't need more than two buttons, the Katar will not disappoint. Considering the Katar is aimed at those gamers and comes in at $39, it is one heck of a good value.
    Review:
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    Essa borracha de lado dos ratos da SS nomeadamente os Rivals fica destruída ao fim de meia duzia de meses...
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    Superdextrous: ROCCAT Kiro is out now

    Meet the Kiro and experience another highly modular gaming device made by Germany’s peripheral powerhouse ROCCAT. With its highly adaptive, superdextrous build, the game has been changed for ambidextrous mice.
    Perfectly optimizable for both left- and right-handed gamers out of the box, it ticks all the boxes for gamers who thrive on a highly functional mouse with a clean, ergonomic design.
    With no-sweat parts comprised of a ROCCAT-pioneered soft-touch surface, the Kiro is the flexible ergonomic mouse that lets you win your way.
    Roccat also launches some Precision-Cloth-Surface Gaming-Mousepad for only 9,99 EURO
    This pad is the greatest ally to your favorite mouse. The Kanga’s wear-tested cloth build, has been put through its paces by ROCCAT’s expert design team with over 80 mice tested on its surface to date. Comfort-minded in both contact and dimension, the kanga provides a pleasant-to-the-touch feel, plus an ideal 320 x 270mm size pad. With only 2 mm it is awesomely thin.


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    DXT Mouse 2 Wireless Ergonomic Vertical Mouse Review

    Introduction



    We see a lot of mice here at eTeknix, and they certainly come in all shapes and sizes, but the DXT Mouse 2 is by far one of the most unique. While we love a great gaming mouse, packed with programmable buttons, RGB lighting and other crazy features, sometimes practicality wins out. The DXT is a vertical mouse, with the buttons on the side to provide your hand and wrist with a more natural resting position, helping eliminate stress and wrist pain, a common issue for a lot of people who use computers for many hours a day.
    There are two models available, wired and wireless, and we have the wireless model at our disposal today. As you can see, it’s quite a compact unit, with an ambidextrous design and for those who like an easy setup, it’s plug and play ready.

    There may not be a lot of features here, but all the basics are covered and there’s even a four level DPI adjuster for the optical sensor, giving you 500, 1000, 1500 and 2000 DPI options.

    • Read the launch story for this product.
    • The world’s first ambidextrous ergo mouse.
    • Can be used right- or left-handed (instantly switchable).
    • Compact (ideal for laptop users).
    • High-precision vertical mouse design, well suited to detailed work.
    • Fits most hand sizes.
    • Designed by UK ergonomist/physiotherapist team.
    • The wireless version now features an on/off switch to prolong battery life.
    • Now with enhanced finish and quality.
    • New zinc base plate to increase weight and stability.
    • Maximum resolution increased. Options are now 500, 1000, 1500 and 2000 dpi.





    The packaging is nice and compact, with a few simple details on the front. Most notable, this is the light touch version, with lighter use switches.


    There’s a few pictures on the box, but otherwise, it’s pretty straightforward, so let’s get it out the box and take a look.

    In the box, you’ll find a collection of documentation, a USB charging cable, USB dongle for the wireless connectivity and a protective soft carry pouch.

    As you can see, this really is no ordinary mouse, the left and right mouse buttons, as well as the scroll wheel are almost 90-degrees compared to most desktop mice. There’s a nice mixture of well finished plastics on DXT, giving it a nice weighted and premium feel. Despite looking completely sideways, it’s actually quite nice looking and well designed.

    The scroll wheel is nice and large, set into the body of the mouse and it’s got a light tactile bump when rotated, as well as a soft rubber grip for added control.

    The back of the mouse is scooped out, giving it a nice ergonomic thumb rest, while the base of the mouse is wider, giving it excellent stability.

    At the rear, you’ll find a small switch for moving from left to right-handed mode, as having it the wrong way would result in inverted mouse Y axis.

    There’s also a micro-USB charging port here, so no need to worry about replacing the batteries. I gave it a full charge when I opened the box and a week later, with a few hours use each day and its still going strong.

    On the base, you’ll find four small slipmats, which provide a really good amount of glide, it works well on harder cloth surfaces, but just as well on soft mouse mats too. There’s an optical sensor in the middle, a master power switch to save battery and a small button to toggle the DPI level.

    The mouse is surprisingly small, but since you don’t need to rest your palm on it, it doesn’t need to be as big as most mice. You’ll also notice it’s symmetrical, so it’s just as comfortable to use in either your left or right hand.

    The mouse supports a fingertip grip, similar in feel to a claw or fingertip grip on most other mice, giving you light and nimble control that is great for small hand movements and precision work.

    Having your wrist at this angle certainly takes a lot of strain off your hand and if you suffer from CTS and many other arm/wrist/hand pain conditions, while also acting as a preventative tool for those who would like to avoid similar issues.

    The optical sensor in the DXT is quite good, I wasn’t expecting much from it if I’m honest, but as you can see, the readout is pretty clean and smooth. There’s certainly a slight dose of angle snapping and/or straight line correction going on, but it’s quite acceptable on a mouse that isn’t designed for gaming and can be beneficial when working in CAD, office and image editing software.

    There’s no doubt that the mouse is comfortable to use, but it certainly takes some getting used to. Drawing these charts did prove a little difficult, especially since I was using a normal desktop mouse for most of the day before it, and many years before that. However, after a bit of practice, it starts getting a lot easier and damn is it comfortable! I personally suffer from wrist pain and have to take regular breaks to prevent it getting too bad, and while this mouse won’t cure that for me, it does allow me to work a lot longer before the pain becomes an issue and it has been slowly improved over a few days of use.

    The left and right mode switch is great too, as I am an ambidextrous user and being able to quickly switch between left and right is simply awesome for me. Of course, not everyone is comfortable using both left and right handed modes, but it’s nice that lefties aren’t left out of day-to-day use of the DXT

    The sensor DPI mode switch on the bottom can be a little fiddly to reach and does involve you lifting the mouse to change, but since this isn’t a gaming mouse, there’s rarely a need to make rapid changes between DPI modes. Overall, the DXT is a joy to use, even if it does have a little bit of a learning curve to get use to effectively click and scrolling sideways.

    Toda a review:
    http://www.eteknix.com/dxt-mouse-2-w...-mouse-review/
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    CM Storm Xornet II RGB Optical Gaming Mouse

    Introduction



    Picking the right mouse can make or break your gaming experience. I’m a strong believer that a really great mouse won’t really make you a better gamer, at least not right away, but it can enhance your experience greatly. From having the right ergonomics to leave your hand feeling comfortable, even after a full days work and a late night of gaming, is certainly something you should be looking for in a mouse. Having a smooth and accurate sensor, so you don’t screw up those edits in Photoshop, or miss those headshots in your favourite game, that’s also pretty important. The latest mouse from CM Storm, the Xornet II, promises to great ergonomics, a great sensor and so much more.
    “The Xornet II is built from the ground up for gamers who choose to battle it out using a claw grip style. Renowned as the best gaming mouse design for claw grip, every inch of this mouse has been crafted to prevent cramping and provide maximum comfort. Powered by an improved optical sensor, on-the-fly DPI settings, full 16.8 million color illumination, and lift of distance tuning and calibration, the Xornet II stands out among the competition as a comfortable, accurate and affordable weapon to add to your arsenal.”
    The new design and upgrade hardware certainly sound promising, and several great mice, such as the Alcor and the Mizar already to their name, I’m eager to see what this mouse can do.
    “The Xornet II uses an Avago 3320 optical sensor which is nearly flawless for control and speed, meaning your enemies stay in your crosshairs. And that’s not all. You’ll be prepared for any situation thanks to 3 preset DPI controls (500 – 3500) that can be changed on-the-fly. Go from performing surgery with a shotgun (500 DPI) to lightning fast reaction time shots (3500 DPI). Or open up our new easy-to-use software to find the perfect DPI setting to match your playstyle. An RGB LED in the scroll wheel quickly lets you know your current DPI setting.”
    The features are sounding promising, with a good quality Avago 3320 Optical sensor, customisable three setting DPI, RGB lighting and more.

    The packing has a nice image of the Xornet II on the front, as well as detailing the optical sensor, lighting and claw-grip design.

    Around the back, we’ve got the main specifications, but of course, we’ll take a much closer look at these features in a moment.

    In the box, you’ll find a user manual, as well as a hard-wired Xornet II mouse.

    Toda a review:
    http://www.eteknix.com/cm-storm-xorn...-gaming-mouse/
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    Mad Catz M.M.O.TE Review

    Mad Catz M.M.O.TE Review

    Manufacturer: Mad Catz
    UK price (as reviewed):
    £54.99 (inc VAT)
    US price (as reviewed): $54.01 (ex Tax)

    Gaming is predicted to expand quite a bit over the next few years and a lot of this revenue will come to the PC industry, in particular the eSports market. It's little wonder, then, that peripheral manufacturers are tripping over themselves to cover every base, especially when it comes to the MMO and MOBA players. We've previously looked at two excellent mice aimed at this area of the market - Corsair's Scimitar RGB and Aorus's Thunder M7 - both of which sported great ergonomics and a mass of programmable buttons as well as software that allowed you to tweak all their assignments plus dish out macros.



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    Mad Catz has a couple of efforts at creating a similar mouse and the M.M.O. TE - TE standing for Tournament Edition - undercuts both the aforementioned mice by quite a bit, retailing for £54.This is £16 cheaper than the fantastic Corsair Scimitar for example. The most obvious thing the M.M.O TE lacks is RGB lighting - something that's present in abundance with the Corsair mouse - but, thankfully, the few illuminated sections that are present are very handy, such as the four-LED DPI setting indicator or mode light, which are both located to the left of your index finger on a small wing.



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    The lack of any other lighting, particularly for the 12 thumb buttons, could potentially hamper their use, especially in the break-in period when you're getting used to the mouse, but we'd imagine that most people would want to be able to use it from touch anyway. However, the thumb buttons do pose a couple of issues.

    They're nowhere near as comfortable to use as those on the Scimitar, and project out at various angles. This may aid creating a brain map of the area, but it also meant that it was quite difficult to depress some of the buttons. We found the Scimitar was much easier to use out of the box in addition to being far more pleasant to use as an everyday mouse as well.

    Thankfully, the M.M.O.TE does have a pair of buttons configured as standard thumb buttons out of the box, although it wasn't too do difficult to reassign the Scimitar's buttons to perform the same task. The mouse is extremely flat too and rather short, which means that palm grip users should look elsewhere - claw and fingertip grip users will likely find it relatively pleasant, but there are some niggles with other areas of comfort too. The two right-most buttons in the array have quite pointy edges and these can snag on your palm, which is quite uncomfortable.

    In a similar fashion, a ring finger button located under the right mouse button, has a sharp tip too that again doesn't feel particularly nice - made worse by the fact the button is very thin and wobbly. There's a single DPI toggle switch, so you're forced to cycle up through the four different DPI settings instead of up or down as with the Aorus and Corsair offerings and the button is very stiff too. All this makes the M.M.O.TE a bit of a mixed bag as far as comfort and ease of use are concerned.



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    Thankfully, the mouse is built relatively well and does feature a vast array of buttons. There are 20 in total, including 12 thumb buttons, a mode button, two standard Omron switch-equipped mouse buttons, scroll wheel button, two blue buttons inset into the standard buttons plus the DPI switch and ring finger button.

    The scroll wheel is particularly quiet but as a result it did reveal some strange squeaking sounds during aggressive scrolling. The DPI toggle switch, while being tricky to depress, is well-placed behind it and isn't quite as much of a reach as those on the Scimitar.



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    Despite this, the M.M.O.TE is particularly light at just 100g - 47g lighter than the Scimitar - perhaps too light for some, although it feels heavier in your hand, especially on material-based mouse mats perhaps due to the below average amounts of Teflon sitting between the mouse and your desk. The cable stands at 1.8m and is fully braided.

    The 8,200 DPI laser doppler sensor performed well on all the surfaces we tried, including black material mouse mats and glossy desks, with claimed maximum speed detection of 6m/sec (240in/sec) and up to 50G of acceleration, along with between 0.2mm and 1mm lift-off detection. It's probably a subjective observation, but we did prefer the optical sensor of the Scimitar, which we felt at home with from the outset - the laser sensor here took a bit of getting used to, feeling slightly different.
    Ver toda a review:
    http://www.bit-tech.net/hardware/per...-o-te-review/1
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    G.Skill MX780 RGB gaming mouse review

    Gaming mice are a very personal choice and with the myriad of options available to prospective buyers, choosing one can be very difficult. G.Skill are hoping that by offering a heavily customisable product it may just secure your interest, as its Ripjaws MX780 offers a number of tweakable options that help it stand out from the crowd. RGB lighting options? Check. Adjustable weights? Check. Swappable finger and thumb grips? Check. Combine those with a barebones design, high-quality Avago A9800 sensor, unbranded Teflon feet and a number of other useful features and it seems like quite the little package.

    Although it does feature gamer-like styling, the number of features G.Skill has packed into this mouse is quite impressive. It has made a real point of catering to lots of different types of gamers, meaning its audience should be bigger than most.
    Specifications

    • Sensor: Avago A9800 Laser Sensor
    • Micro Switch: Omron
    • DPI: 100-8200
    • Polling Rate: 125Hz/250Hz/500Hz/1000Hz
    • Mouse Backlighting: 4-Zone RGB
    • On-Board Profile: 5
    • Programmable Keys: 8
    • On-Board Memory: 512kb
    • Braided USB Cable: 1.8m
    • Mouse Adapter: USB
    • Mouse Feet: PTFE Glide Pads
    • Weight System: 4.5g Weights (x2)
    • Weight (mouse only): 111g
    • Weight (w/ weights): 120g
    • Dimensions: 130mm x 70mm x 38mm (5.12in x 2.76in x 1.50in)
    • Dimensions: (w/ large side grips) 130mm x 93mm x 38mm (5.12in x 3.66in x 1.50in)
    • Warranty: 2-Year Limited Warranty
    Toda a review:
    http://www.kitguru.net/peripherals/m...-mouse-review/
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    Roccat Kiro Modular Ambidextrous Gaming Mouse Review

    Introduction



    PC gaming is serious business, sure you can pick up virtually any old keyboard and mouse and make do with what you have, but having the right tools for the job can not only improve your performance while gaming, but also make the whole experience much more enjoyable. Enter the Roccat Kiro, a finely tuned gaming mouse that is designed for both left and right-handed gamers.
    “Meet the Kiro, the bigger brother of the Lua. With its highly modular, superdextrous build, the game has been changed for ambidextrous mice. Perfectly optimizable for both left and right-handed gamers out of the box, it ticks all the boxes for gamers who thrive on a highly functional mouse with a clean, ergonomic design. With no-sweat parts comprised of a ROCCAT-pioneered soft-touch surface, the Kiro is the flexible ergonomic mouse that lets you win your way.”
    While this mouse is tailored to suit any gamer, it is going to appeal to the eSports crowd too, thanks to its compact and nimble design, as well as its high-end Pro-Optic Sensor R” which offers up to 4000DPI; 2000 native, but 4000 via overdrive mode. It also features RGB 16.8 Million colour illumination, Talk FK, AlienFX, a powerful 32-Bit ARM MCU, onboard memory for storing profiles, a modular design and can even support your own 3D-printed side panels! So what are we waiting for? Let’s take a closer look at what the Kiro has to offer.
    “In spite of its relatively small size, the Kiro has a strong focus on functionality and is loaded with a build sporting only the best possible components, for a premium gaming experience. Make no mistake, the Kiro’s attention to detail puts it on another level. OMRON switches, a robust 2D Titan Wheel plus a unique soft-touch surface that nullifies palm and finger sweat provides a platform for solid and reliable, high-comfort gaming.”



    The packaging is typical of any other Roccat product, with a great image of the mouse and all major specs detailed on the front. As you can see, this mouse has been recommended for FPS and MOBA, but it’s a fairly straight forward design that should be suited to a bit of everything.


    Around the back, a few more details on the specifications, but let’s just get things out of the box and see for ourselves.

    First thing we find, a few bits of documentation, nothing major but of course we also find a mouse and some side panels.

    Toda a review:
    http://www.eteknix.com/roccat-kiro-m...-mouse-review/
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    Razer Mamba 16,000 DPI Gaming Mouse Review

    Introduction



    Razer, one of the biggest and most recognisable gaming brands on the market, are back once again with their latest version of the popular Mamba mouse. The Mamba comes equipped with a range of extreme features that are said to put it far above the competition, making it ideal for competitive gaming, but also just as versatile for day-to-day at home use and work.
    “Boasting the world’s most precise 16,000 DPI gaming mouse sensor, the Razer Mamba provides you with unsurpassable accuracy, so you’ll have an even greater edge over your competition. With its ability to track 1 DPI increments and a lift-off cut-off distance as precise as 0.1 mm, the Razer Mamba helps you to react instantly while you skillfully maneuver your way to victory.”
    The 16,000 DPI sensor is going to provide some interesting benefits for gaming, as you’ll be able to swap DPI and quickly navigate even the largest RTS/MOBA maps with extreme precision. Being able to tune in your own DPI settings in 1DPI increments is also pretty special, as it frees you from the constraints of some mice, which only allow you to pick various levels, such as 200/400/800/1600/etc. Not content with a fully customizable sensor, the mouse buttons can also be tuned using an included tool, allowing you to pick from a lighter response, or a more distinctive click, and everything in-between.

    Still not enough features? How about extensive RGB lighting customisation, or the choice to switch between wireless and wired modes with a 1ms response time? Plus the cable means you can use it in wireless mode, but continue using it while it is changing, so there’s no excuse to stop playing.





    The packaging is nice and simple, with a great image of the Mamba on the front, as well as a few specs on the side detailing the adjustable switches and the charging system.




    Around the back, an image showing off the charging dock, which also comes with RGB lighting effects.

    The box opens out to reveal a quote from Razer, as well as a steel tin presentation box.

    The box is the perfect safe house for the Mamba, helping you protect your investment when ever you need to store the mouse between uses.

    In the box, you’ll find the usual documentation, the charging dock, a black braided cable and, of course, the Mamba mouse.

    Toda a review:
    http://www.eteknix.com/razer-mamba-1...-mouse-review/
    http://www.portugal-tech.pt/image.php?type=sigpic&userid=566&dateline=1384876765

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    Epa um rato esteticamente agradável está a ficar muito azeiteiro.
    Esta coisa de porem luzinhas de varias cores em tudo o que é lado está a chegar um ponto que para mim torna-se um exagero.

    Ele e ratos, tapetes, ...

    Se efectivamente melhoracem o apoio ao consumidor e, a cifrarem os preços dos seus produtos nos 60€ aí e que era de valor.

    cumps,
    ziza

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    A moda agora está em "ledar" tudo o que exista, da mesma forma que há uns tempos atrás, tudo era feito de soja, ou toda a gente tinha um 3310...
    Devido à falta de espaço na assinatura, resolvi colocar em "Acerca de mim" os meus projectos]
    http://www.portugal-tech.pt/member.php?u=801

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    Tech Ubër-Dominus Avatar de jotinha17
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    estamos nula altura do campeonato que não tendo leds, não vende.

    Isto tanto se confirma em periféricos como em compomentes, é isso e esquema de cores, pode ser inferior mas tendo vermelho e dizendo gaming, já vende.

    Marketing no seu melhor.
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    Epa um rato esteticamente agradável está a ficar muito azeiteiro.
    Esta coisa de porem luzinhas de varias cores em tudo o que é lado está a chegar um ponto que para mim torna-se um exagero.

    Ele e ratos, tapetes, ...

    Se efectivamente melhoracem o apoio ao consumidor e, a cifrarem os preços dos seus produtos nos 60€ aí e que era de valor.

    cumps,
    ziza


    Ziza esse ratos já existem....







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