We review the Evoluent Vertical Mouse, now in its fourth generation. Does the design allow for great productivity while reducing discomfort, as promised? Let’s check it out!
The line of gaming-grade mice from the company gets bigger with a medium-sized model that features eight programmable buttons and 8,200 dpi of resolution. Check out our review.
Wireless model also doubles as an air presenter e can remotely control the user’s computer. Check out our review.
This second mouse from Leetgion is geared towards MMORPG players, and it features two innovative control disks on each side and a medieval armor motif. Check out our review.
With a light ambidextrous body, this thematic mouse reaches 5,670 dpi and features seven programmable buttons. Read our evaluation.
The California-based company gets back on the scene with a new mouse, the MS-3, and a dual surface mousepad. Check out our evaluation.
Thermaltake’s gaming peripheral brand gets a special model designed by German car manufacturer BMW. Check it out.
Named after the mythological Norse god of thunder, the peripheral is a low-cost choice for the gamer who doesn’t care for high-end features. Check out our test.
We tested this new mouse for MMORPGs and RTS games with a 5,700 dpi laser sensor and nine configurable buttons from Genius’s GX Gaming line. Check it out.
The Aivia line presents an ambidextrous mouse with 8,200 dpi of resolution and an innovative system of interchangeable under plates. Read our evaluation.