Here's our pick of some of the most impressive projects currently underway in our forum.
Two tempered glass panels, three LL120 RGB fans, and iCUE software control for £110.
An £80 mid-tower with a focus on low noise.
Corsair's Year of the Mouse continues.
A run-of-the-mill ambidextrous rodent outshone by its competition.
Much, much more.
Refreshed design brings 18,000 DPI to this seven-button rodent.
'You asked for it, we did it.'
Not hitting the UK yet, though.
Tesoro 360 software suite as well.
Oh, and a 24,000 DPI mouse.
Launching in Q3.
250 hours battery life from one AA.
High-end wireless gaming mice under £100 are a rare thing - can this Corsair model compete with the best?
Now in its tenth year, the Kone design continues to impress.
Brings with it new Rats, Strikes, Freqs, and Glides.
This £65 rodent is after the hearts and minds of dedicated FPS players.
First to live in the Aimo 'ecosystem'.
A £200 mouse: Has Swiftpoint lost the plot, or can it justify the price tag?
SteelSeries has brought two new mice to the market; the Rival 310 and Sensei 310 are very similar, but are they any good?
MSI is here with a brand new mouse! The Clutch GM60 features multiple removable parts, but is it too expensive?
Features programmable 'clutch'.
A hybrid 'Mem-chanical' switched keyboard and a gaming mouse for £78? If this performs well, it could be a great option for the budget gamer.
The Lancehead is wireless, has a laser sensor, and is gunmetal in colour. Is it any good?
Asus seems to be liking the ambidextrous mice at the moment. The Asus ROG Strix Evolve can be configured to suit your hand, as it has changeable top covers. Will this be enough to warrant the price?
The Roccat Leadr promises to give you 'wireless without compromise' and a 'next-gen button layout', but is it any good? We find out.
September 16 2019 | 14:00
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