Today we’re going to be looking at a high-end optical gaming mouse from Mionix, the Naos 7000. The Naos has a good range of features, including seven buttons, RGB LED lighting and powerful software. It’s also notable for including an optical rather than laser sensor, and not including mouse acceleration of any kind. That should make it a strong mouse for competitive gaming, so let’s take a look and see how it performs!
Earlier this week we covered the Element Gaming Beryllium gaming keyboard, and now it’s time to turn our attention to its mousing counterpart, the Iridium 820. This mouse offers a pretty wide range of features, yet costs just £23. It sounds too good to be true, but is it? Let’s find out!
Today we’re looking at the QPAD 8K, a laser gaming mouse. The 8K includes a high-DPI laser sensor, fancy RGB lighting and a ergonomic five-finger grip. It’s been a long time since we’ve reviewed a QPAD mouse, so I’m curious to see what I’ve been missing!
Today we’re looking at a gaming mouse with a high-powered sensor, a weird name and an even more unusual shape: the Tesoro Gandiva. This laser mouse boasts an 8200 DPI sensor, the Avago ADNS-9800, and eight programmable buttons. It’s an impressive total, but much of a difference do they make? Let’s take a look.
Today I’m looking at one of the most gorgeous gaming mice I’ve ever seen: the Cougar 700M. The brand is new to me, so I’m keen to see whether this adjustable gaming mouse makes good on its favourable first impression.Specifications
Cougar provide a comprehensive list of specifications, so I’ll reproduce it here. Of note is the high DPI laser sensor (8200), aluminium construction, 8 programmable buttons and on-board processor / memory.Product name COUGAR 700M gaming mouseSensor ADNS-9800Laser gaming sensorResolution 8200 DPIProcessor 32-bit ARM Cortex-M0Game type FPS / MMORPG /MOBA / RTSPolling rate 1000Hz / [...]