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 [...]
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 one from the friendly folks at Ebuyer, so let’s test it 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!
Gamers may not be too familiar (yet) with the EpicGear brand, particularly as there are very few products under the banner so far. They are, however, a brand of Golden Emperor International Ltd. (GEIL), a Taiwanese company who have been making flash memory for the last two decades.Meduza Features3 switchable sensing modes: Laser, Optical and HDST™ (Laser + Optical) Advanced algorithm logic technology to restrain common problems of jitter, skip and drift Sensitivity of up to 6000 dpi Optical mode: 400/800/1600/3200 dpi (4 level) HDST™ mode: 4 customizable DPI levels via GUI of up to 4800 dpi Laser Mode: 4 customizable dpi levels [...]
Steelseries is certainly no stranger to any gamer. A Danish manufacturer of a wide variety of peripherals and accessories, they have traditionally partnered with a number of big names in the industry, such as Blizzard, Valve, Ubisoft, EA and NCsoft, alongside input from, and sponsorship of, a number of professional gaming teams such as Evil Geniuses and Fnatic.
Steelseries produce around two dozen mice in their current range, catering to many specific games and styles of gaming. Bucking the trend of some of the recently reviewed gaming mice such as the WoW MMO Gaming Mouse, the Steelseries Kinzu v2 opts to go the other way, stripping back the multi-button [...]