The Logitech G502 Lightspeed is still one of the best gaming mice ever made, but now it comes without any inconvenient wires.
Logitech G502 Lightspeed Review: The Top Gaming Mouse Goes Wireless : Read more
Despite some significant shortcomings with the Razer Synapse software, the Atheris is easily the best of Razer's laptop-friendly mice.
Razer Atheris Gaming Mouse Review: Portability at a Cost : Read more
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With a great sensor, an ergonomic design and well-designed software, the SteelSeries Rival 310 is a solid option for most gamers.
SteelSeries Rival 310 Review: Ergonomic and Esports-Friendly : Read more
The Razer Lancehead is an ambitious new mouse from Razer that could have something special to offer tournament players — eventually.
Razer Lancehead: A Good Esports Mouse That Could Be Great : Read more
The SteelSeries Rival 500 is a comfortable, functional mouse with lots of customization potential and a reasonable price for all it offers.
SteelSeries Rival 500 Review — Pro Controls for Pro Gamers : Read more
Hi, this is my first thread. I need your help. I currently own a Logitech G930 headset on LGS 8.84.15 using Windows 7 Enterprise x64.
I need a gaming mouse and as Logitech mice are overpriced in my country, I chose to buy the Steelseries Rival 300. I still haven't bought it because I've read...
I'm looking for peripherals to suit the PC I'm going to build. So far these are what I found to be the best options for my budget:
SteelSeries Siberia v2 headset
CM Storm QuickFire Rapid keyboard with brown switches
Logitech G300s mouse
Asus VG248QE monitor
I ruled out anything Razer because a...
The Razer Mamba Tournament Edition is a comfortable and colorful companion for PC gamers, featuring intuitive, easy-to-use software and some very handy extra buttons.
Razer Mamba Tournament Edition Review — Quick and Deadly : Read more
I have G15 keyboard, g600 mouse and g35 headset all using usb cable, and use the logitech Gaming Software driver that i downloadet from logitech.
There was no driver that followed G15, G600 and g35 so i did not install driver for them only the Gaming software.
Problem is when i use teamspeak...
While the Razer Naga Epic Chroma is for MMO diehards only, its lighting, performance and wireless capabilities make it a marvelous mouse.
Razer Naga Epic Chroma Gaming Mouse Review — MMO Money, MMO Buttons : Read more
Tom's Guide's readers name their top tech products of 2014, including best smartphone, tablet, laptop, streaming device, gaming mouse, DSLR and more.
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Logitech's Daedalus Prime is an excellent gaming mouse for hardcore MOBA fans, provided that you're willing to live with some drawbacks in other genres.
Logitech Daedalus Prime Review - Married to the MOBA : Read more
need a gaming headphone and gaming mice for around $150. im going evga torq x10 and logitech g35 but i see corsair m65 razer naga 2014 are good mouse and corsair h1500 looks like awesome headset...help!
want to buy a laptop but i am confused between these three
1. HP 15-g002AX Notebook
APU Quad Core A8
2 GHz with Turbo Boost Upto 2.4 GHz
ram- 4 GB DDR3
1 TB hhd
Dedicated Graphics -Memory Capacity 2 GB
Graphic Processor -AMD Radeon HD 8570M
2.Lenovo Ideapad Z585
Hello! I just built a new gaming rig, and I'm looking for three specific items, potentially four.
1) First, I need a gaming mouse that is solid and works well. It doesn't need too many buttons or anything fancy, it just needs to be accurate. I would prefer a wired connection, and also would like...
A comfortable gaming experience doesn't have to cost a fortune. Gaming peripheral maker ThermalTake unveiled its latest series of ESports branded mechanical keyboards and gaming mice that will start at $19.99 and be available in July. We ha
ThermalTake Gaming Mice and Keyboard: Affordable...
With its multitude of buttons and very specific design, the Razer Naga is guaranteed to confound general-interest gamers and delight MMO fans.
Razer Naga Review — Buttons, Buttons Everywhere : Read more
The Mini Wireless is a workable option for core gamers on the go, but there's not much to recommend for those who prefer to play at home.
Anker Mini Wireless Mouse Review — Light on Everything : Read more