The original Glorious Model O gaming mouse released in 2020 has been loved by gamers for its lightweight build and impressive gaming features that don’t
A quick review of the HyperX Pulsefire Haste ultra-lightweight gaming mouse lands quite a satisfying experience.
Ever since I got a vertical mouse about 6 months ago, I’ve been using it daily and never looked back. My wrist was starting to “itch” inside, so I had to do something quickly before it develops into something more serious.
Taking a break from our usual gaming-centric reviews and content, today what we are checking out is a lifestyle mouse from ASUS. This is the
Today we’re checking out this two wireless gaming mouse from RAPOO – the VT350 and VT950. In case you don’t know the brand, RAPOO is
Take a look at the variety of gaming mice available in the market right now. Most of them are about the same – the two clickers alongside with a clickable scroll wheel, a DPI cycle button (some with up/down button instead), and two side buttons. That is the most common mouse design nowadays but Cooler Master is here to spice things up with the MM830.
Back at Computex 2018, we visitied GAMDIAS’s booth and we got to experience their new wireless gaming mouse with Qi wireless charging. Those technologies are rather innovative to be implemented in a mouse. Months passed since Computex 2018 and now we got our hands on the new GAMDIAS Hades M1 – a wired/wireless gaming mouse that does not have Qi wireless charging.
Razer is a gaming brand, we all know that. It’s even in their slogan – for gamers, by gamers. However, gamers need to work too. Hence, the Razer Atheris is born. It’s an in-between mouse that suits both game and work together at the same time. It’s a compact wireless mouse that is meant to be portable yet functional.
With the uprising living cost and never rising wage of the people in Malaysia, we see an influx of budget-friendly gaming peripherals coming up in Malaysia. Whilst they might not be as fancy as what brands like Cooler Master, Corsair and others can offer, they sure bring you the best for your buck. Enter Imperion’s Dragon Breath S600 Gaming Mouse. Pssst.. there’s RGB!
For those who have been looking at gaming peripherals scene for the past few years, then you might have heard or seen of the concept of a modular mouse. Mad Catz made this concept famous back in the days with the R.A.T. series of mice, but the entire concept has quiet down since. Now, MSI is taking a spin at it with the new Clutch GM70 gaming mouse.
So we have another new line of peripherals to consider in 2016, a new brand based on a well-known e-sports team, Fnatic dubbed as “No BS Gaming Gear”. We were at the launch of the peripherals last January (you can check that out here) and we’re thankful for Fnatic Gear Malaysia for sending over the Flick, an optical sensor gaming mouse in their lineup for today’s review.
Cooler Master’s gaming brand has been a strong contender in the gaming peripherals competition for years and has produced quite a number of excellent gaming