The Havit HV-MS794 is a budget gaming mouse that still manages to include everyone’s favourite feature, RGB lighting. The mouse comes with an entry-level optical sensor, the Avago 3050, and can be adjusted between 500 and 4000 DPI. There are seven buttons, including two on the side and two to adjust the DPI, all of which are programmable using the provided software. For its asking price of $18, that’s a whole lot of mouse. Here’s our full review.Specs & Features12 RGB multi-colour backlit modes Up to 4000 DPI (500 / 1000 / 1500 / 2000 / 3000 / 4000) 7 programmable buttons and DPI indicator colour Avago 3050 optical sensorDesign
Speedlink aren’t the most well known maker of mice, but they’re still a solid budget option. We’ve been pretty happy with their mice in the past, thanks to their low price points and decent build quality, and now we’re looking at one more: the Fortus. This is the first wireless mouse that we’re testing from Speedlink, so let’s see how it compares to its wired brethren!Features & specificationsPrecise optical sensor with adjustable resolution from 600 to 2,400dpi LED illumination with 4 breathtaking colours Ergonomically designed with thumb indent for right-handed use 2.4GHz wireless technology with a range of up to 6m Compact [...]
Have you ever gotten in trouble at the office for your noisy mouse clicks? Me ‘neither, but that’s the idea behind the Speedlink Calado. This mouse clicks silently, allowing you to use a mouse with unparalleled stealth.
I didn’t know this was a thing, but there are quite a few similarly silent mice on Amazon, so there must be a demand for it! Let’s put it to the test and see whether this covert rodent makes a good case for itself in this novel category.Specifications and FeaturesWireless five button mouse 2.4GHz radio technology with range of up to 8 metres Highly precise 1600 DPI optical sensor DPI switch allows you to adjust sensitivity [...]
Today we’re looking at the Finalmouse Scream One, designed by legendary Counter-Strike pro player Scream. He’s best known for his precise ‘one tap’ shooting style and the many memes it spawned (NSFW), so his mouse must be pretty good, right? Well, sure enough the Scream One is billed to be the ‘best esports mouse in the world’, thanks to its accurate 1:1 sensor, responsive firmware and extremely light weight.
MaxGaming have sent us a unit to test, so let’s see whether it lives up to the hype. We don’t expect to turn into Scream, impressive facial hair erupting as we clutch the mouse for the first time, but it could at [...]
Picture a PC gaming mouse in your head. A big sensor on the bottom, a few extra buttons on the side, and a sleek design replete with LEDs. What colour is it? Probably black, maybe with red or silver accents in places. Now open your eyes, and have a look at Mionix’s latest line of Castor gaming mice. Notice anything different?
Yup, these mice come in colours that aren’t just black or silver. You can choose from a lovely range of creatively coloured gaming rodents with even cooler names: Frosting (Pink), Ice Cream (Blue), French Fries (yellow) or Shark Fin (Grey). We’ve got an Ice Cream in to review — wish I could say that every day! — so [...]
The Speedlink Obsidia is a cuter, rounder version of the common gaming rodent. The Pikachu of gaming mice, if you will. The different shape is designed to offer an ergonomic advantage, but inside you’ll still find as many high-grade components as a more traditional gaming mouse. It sounds like a promising combination; let’s put it to the test.Features & Specifications5-button USB mouse Ergonomic design for right-handed use Thumb recess for increased comfort Precise optical sensor from 800 to 3200 DPI DPI switch for toggling between four settings 2D scroll wheel with precise notches Rubberised finish for comfort and a secure hold Quick and easy [...]