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Cyborg M.M.O.7 Mouse Review

Mad Catz’s Peripherals Division, Cyborg, releases a mouse with 78 programmable functions and a reshapable body for online RPG fans. Take a look at our test.

Gigabyte Aivia Neon Mouse Review

Wireless model also doubles as an air presenter e can remotely control the user's computer. Check out our review.

Func MS-3 Mouse Review

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.

Gigabyte Force M7 Thor Mouse Review

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.

Leetgion El’Druin Mouse 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.

Genius DeathTaker Mouse Review

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.

Mionix Naos 3200 Mouse Review

The Swedish company releases a bare-bones version of the Naos 5000 model. Let's see what we think of this new gaming-grade mouse.

NZXT Avatar S Mouse Review

The company releases a simpler version of its first gaming-grade peripheral, aimed at the less demanding user. Read our evaluation.

Gigabyte Aivia Krypton Mouse Review

The Aivia line presents an ambidextrous mouse with 8,200 dpi of resolution and an innovative system of interchangeable under plates. Read our evaluation.

Roccat Savu Mouse Review

We tested this new mouse with a 4,000 dpi optical sensor and the same Easy-Shift[+] technology from the Kone[+] model, also from Roccat. See how it fared on our analysis.