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 [...]
The Omnivi Core is a palm grip mouse from Speedlink, complete with multi-colour LED backlighting, ten programmable buttons and an aluminium base plate. We were impressed with the comfortable Decus Respec that we reviewed earlier, so how’s the higher-grade Omnivi? Let’s take a look!
See the Speedlink Omnivi Core on AmazonFeaturesProfessional gaming mouse Ultra-precise 12,000dpi optical sensor 10 freely configurable buttons Adjustable LED lighting glows in any one of 7 atmospheric colours Solid finger rest and aluminium base plate Profile management with any number of game profiles Powerful Macro Editor DPI switch for rapid toggling between [...]
The Speedlink Decus is designed to be an esports-grade gaming mouse for palm grips, with an accurate optical sensor, a stylish red design and seven programmable buttons. It also comes with customisable lighting, although the red colour scheme might limit your colour choices somewhat. Let’s take a closer look!
See the Speedlink Decus on AmazonFeatures & SpecificationsProfessional gaming mouse Incredibly ergonomic Fully customisable functions and look Pixel-precise optical sensor with adjustable accuracy from 400 to 5,000dpi Customisable lighting with 7 colour options 7 programmable buttons, incl. dpi switch and rapid-fire button Powerful Macro [...]
Fnatic are a world-famous eSports organisation, but they’re also owners of a new brand of gaming peripherals. This is Fnatic Gear’s second mouse, after the well-received Flick, and it’s called the Clutch.
Its sleek body holds a Pixart 3310 optical sensor, an RGB LED backlit scroll wheel and Omron switches. It’s a strong start, but does it add up to a peripheral worthy of a pro gamer?
Optical mice are in. Pro players love them because they have no mouse acceleration, allowing for pinpoint accuracy at a range of speeds. Casual players love them because pro players love them. The latest optical mouse is the diminutive DX-20, QPAD’s ‘first new mouse shape’ in seven years. Let’s see how it compares to its rivals, big and small.
Logitech’s G700 mouse is one of my all-time favourites. We gave it a solid 9 / 10 scoreline, and I espoused the belief that a wired-only version had the potential to be even greater, with a slimmer design and lighter weight if the batteries were shed. Today we’re going to see the reality of that belief, as we examine the Logitech G502 Proteus Core wired gaming mouse. It’s the [amazon text=most popular mouse on Amazon&asin=B00IGS9LU8], so it should be good, right?
Thanks to ComputerAssistance.co.uk for providing the Logitech G502 sample.