Archive for the ‘Peripherals’ Category
ForeSight Systems LLC… ever heard of them? Nor me, but today I have their Pertelian X2040 LCD display designed for the lazy end user who doesn’t want to do through the modding process of using, say, a Matrix Orbital. Hopefully their display will improve on others in the market.
Mouse mats of recent have been moving away from boring black cloth to more exciting designs. A great example are the NO.ID pads, however today I have the SteelSeries SteelPad 5L in my hands which also combines a gaming surface with aesthetic awesomeness.
Ideazon have introduced many innovative products in the past from the Zboard to its gaming board counterpart, the Fang. Today however, I am testing something a little simpler; today I have the Ideazon FragMat. Designed to compliment the Ideazon Reaper mouse and others like it, Ideazon are attempting to branch out into the mat market. Lets see how it does.
Laptop mice are made small as they have to be stowed in a tightly packed laptop carry bag. Often the cables get knotted and it takes 5 minutes every time you get your laptop out just to untangle the mouse. However, MSI have designed an all-in-one cable and mouse solution that should put an end to your woes…
Ideazon are known widely for their legendary gaming device, the Zboard and its multitiude of gaming keysets. In the past they have also produced gaming pads to give those that wish to stick with their keyboards the Zboard gaming edge. Now though, Ideazon is branching out into the gaming mouse arena, this one is called the Reaper.
Rollerballs, optical and even laser mice are now old school, making way for Razer’s latest mouse; the Death Adder which features an infra red optical sensor. It’s wide, ergonomic and looks a lot like Microsoft’s Intelli mice. Has Razer changed? Read on to find out…
Razer are well known for their mice; including the Copperhead and Krait. What most people don’t realize is that the surface that you play on makes a huge difference to the mouse’s accuracy. Today we test the Razer Mantis; designed for control.
Nova are a company that took an old design, the humble mouse mat, and attempted to do something special with it. They added fancy features and outlandish colours with their Killer and Winner mats but today I am testing a slightly more conservatively styled pad, the Raider. Lets see how it does.