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Speedlink Omnivi Core gaming mouse review: slick

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! Support XSR: Buy for - from Amazon.com Features Professional gaming mouse Ultra-precise 12,000dpi optical sensor 10 freely …

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Speedlink Decus Respec gaming mouse review: comfortable

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! Support XSR: Buy for - from Amazon.com Features & Specifications Professional …

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QPAD DX-20 review: what is this, an optical mouse for ants?

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.

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Speedlink Kudos Z-9 gaming mouse review: great potential

Today we’re looking that the Speedlink Kudos Z-9, a budget gaming mouse available on Amazon. Despite its low price, the Z-9 actually looks pretty cool, with a stylish red finish and some unique features… including a smartphone app to update your settings on the fly. Let’s take it for a spin! Support XSR: Buy for $64.29 from Amazon.com

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SteelSeries Rival review: a refined optical gaming mouse

Today we’re looking at the SteelSeries Rival 300, one of a growing number of gaming mice with an acceleration-free optical sensor. The idea here is that by eliminating hardware acceleration, you can get a much more consistent experience; moving your mouse three inches will always translate into the same amount of on-screen movement at a fixed DPI. That should make it …

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Mionix Castor review: an expertly crafted gaming mouse

Mionix is well known in the gaming world for their lines of Saiph and Naos mice, but their latest model is the Castor. The Castor combines a right-handed ergonomic design with a zero-acceleration optical sensor and Aurora RGB backlighting. The mouse is in stores today, so let’s see how this new mouse fares!

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Logitech G700S review: an advanced wireless gaming mouse

Today we’re looking at the Logitech G700S, a hybrid gaming mouse that works both wirelessly (via a 2.4GHz dongle) or via a standard micro USB cable. The mouse also boasts a heaping helping of programmable buttons, a dual-mode scroll wheel and a high DPI laser sensor. It looks like an impressive rodent, but how does it actually perform? We’ve got …

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Mionix Naos 7000 review: comfortable and accurate

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 …

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