Budget in price, mainstream in aspiration.
Despite a shaky beginning, Turtle Rock's cooperative shooter is a worthy successor to Left4Dead.
After years trapped in licensing hell, the classic action-RPG is back. But does it still hold up in the days of Dark Souls?
Can't go wrong with a £35 mouse, can you?
Not hitting the UK yet, though.
This £65 rodent is after the hearts and minds of dedicated FPS players.
First to live in the Aimo 'ecosystem'.
The ROG Pugio is the second ambidextrous Asus mouse we have taken a look at in recent months. The Impact failed to impress us, can the Pugio do any better?
Dream Machines, a young Polish company, has here a mouse that focuses on simplicity and quality.
First to feature Razer Switches.
Wireless. 12 customisable buttons. Five profiles. Magnesium chassis. RGB lighting. Oh, and £135.
The XG-M2-NIP fuses great hardware with a simple design for an effective outcome
MSI's new £40 gaming mouse features six programmable buttons and an 8,200 DPI sensor
This ergonomically shaped mouse costs just £20 and is pretty awesome
Another outing for Romer-G switches.
Named for Dionysus' staff, apparently.
Asus goes back to basics with this three button rodent, but quality is still there in swathes
Turtle Beach enters the gaming mice and keyboards market with some high quality offerings.
Takes aim at MOBA players.
The latest version of the DeathAdder chucks in RGB lighting and can track at 10,000 DPI
Corsair has updated the original M65 with RGB lighting and new software customisations
We review both the keyboard and mouse in Asus's new Strix lineup - how do they fare?
Turtle Beach had its new range of keyboards, mice and mousepads on display at this year's CES.
We play with this £65 gaming mouse which targets right-handed FPS gamers
This mouse, a first for EVGA, is ambidextrous and features a carbon fibre shell and 8,200 DPI sensor
October 14 2021 | 15:04
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