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Budget in price, mainstream in aspiration.
'You asked for it, we did it.'
Dream Machines, a young Polish company, has here a mouse that focuses on simplicity and quality.
Boasts built-in fingerprint scanner.
Ticks plenty of boxes, though.
Boasts of 'flick-down' side buttons.
Cooler Master's new combo gives you a 'mem-chanical' keyboard and optical mouse for just £50.
The XG-M2-NIP fuses great hardware with a simple design for an effective outcome
Gigabyte brings the Xtreme Gaming brand to peripherals, starting with a seven-button optical mouse
This ergonomically shaped mouse costs just £20 and is pretty awesome
Modestly claims 'most perfect mouse.'
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.
The latest version of the DeathAdder chucks in RGB lighting and can track at 10,000 DPI
We review both the keyboard and mouse in Asus's new Strix lineup - how do they fare?
Corsair has added a new mouse to its range, a right-handed, 100g model with four RGB zones.
Choice of LED or laser engines.
We take a look at Corsair's new Raptor M40, a cheaper alternative to its Vengeance mice
Swaps laser sensor for LED version.
Radon go back to the old school with the optical sensor toting Opto.
Microsoft announces the impending launch of its multi-touch Touch Mouse.
October 14 2021 | 15:04
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