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Biostar Announces New Gaming Mouse Named GM5

Recently, Biostar introduced their new and most expensive mouse yet, the GM5. Here are its specs. ” THE GM5: Carbon fiber-like design PMW 3330 optical sensor Support up to 7200 DPI Omron Micro Switch Claw-grip Design 5 modes / 8 programmable buttons Teflon Mouse Feet The USB report rate can be programming up to 1000

Review: Tt eSports Black V2 Gaming Mouse

The Tt eSports Black V2 has a more tried and tested design compared to some other Tt eSports mice. The Tt eSports Black V2 boasts an upgraded Avago laser sensor with omron switches which offers DPI up to 5700, which can be incremented in jumps of 100 meaning there is a lot of customization that

Review: Sumvision Kata Gaming Mouse

The Sumvision Kata gaming mouse was kindly sent to me for review. The body of the Sumvision Kata mouse is black, but running down either side are a colored strip that lights up. As well as the usual left/right and middle buttons there are two additional buttons on the left-hand side of the mouse (used

Review: Gigabyte Aivia Krypton Gaming Mouse

I grope a lot of hairless rodents. Some call it a fetish. I call it work, though from it I do draw a near post-coital bliss one may misinterpret as disturbing. What can I say, I like toying with new mice. So when Gigabyte offered up their newest, the Gigabyte Aivia Krypton gaming mouse. I

Review: E-Mihi G50 Gaming Mouse

What do I have to say about the E-Mihi G50? Well, for starters, it’s one of the best gaming mice I’ve come across in the past year. The futuristic and stylish design doesn’t sacrifice quality for looks. One thing that should be noted is that the E-Mihi can only be programmed on Windows OS. If

Review: Magece G2 Gaming Mouse

If there is one thing I noticed about the Magece G2 budget gaming mouse,  it’s the futuristic design that naturally attracts the Battlestar-Galactica-type. Although, I typically feel cheated by some of the “cooler” looking mice out there. That is only because a lot of the entry-level, ‘hi-tech-looking’ mice end up sacrificing key performance measures for

Review: Azio EXO1-K Optical Gaming Mouse

The Azio EXO1-K packs stellar performance into a small, compact body. If you travel frequently and need an awesome compact cheap gaming mouse, then the Azio EXO1-Kmight just be the one for you. You might even call it a game-changer in the compact mouse world. And even if you don’t hit the road too often,

Review: Azio GM2400 Gaming Mouse

The Azio GM2400 gaming mouse is an affordable mouse with performative ability above average for its entry-level price range. But a major design flaw makes this a tough sale for gamers with particular ergonomic preferences. Overall, despite its ergonomic limitations, the Azio GM2400 is a great mouse for gamers who use the claw grip. First

Review: Havit HV-MS995GT Wireless Gaming Mouse

The Havit HV-MS728 gaming mouse was so good that we’re doing another review on the wireless version Havit HV-MS995GT. In fact, the Havit HV-MS728 is the best mouse you can buy in the entry-level price range in the bustling gaming mice market. For those of you that missed out on our earlier review of the

Review: Thermaltake eSPORTS Level 10 M Gaming Mouse

The Thermaltake Level 10 M comes with some handy software on a CD, but you can also easily download the software online. It took me less than a few minutes to install the software. The format is fairly straightforward and I didn’t run into anything unusual as far as mouse software goes. You can program