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Havit HV-MS735 MMO Gaming Mouse

Manufacturers of gaming mice may face the most difficult path to innovation within the computer hardware industry. The mouse thrives on, even demands, a certain simplicity of purpose, but getting any individual product to stand out from the crowd isn’t easy. With its HV-MS735 MMO Gaming Mouse, Havit has generally taken the safe path, delivering […]

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City Ergonomics DXT Wireless Mouse 2

The City Ergonomics DXT Wireless Mouse 2 ($110) turns the traditional computer mouse shape on its head in an attempt to provide healthier ergonomics. It features a wireless, ambidextrous design, and USB charging, but for me, this vertical model ultimately failed in providing a more comfortable version of a traditional mouse. It may help relieve aches […]

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Logitech MX Master

The Logitech MX Master ($99.99) is a slick-looking mouse with a few extras up its sleeve, like multiple-device support, an array of connectivity options, and a long-lasting, fast-charging battery. Logitech has made some of our favorite mice, from the Marathon Mouse M705 to the Wireless Mouse M320, our current Editors’ Choice. In the MX Master, […]

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Logitech MX Master 2S

The Logitech MX Master 2S ($99.99) is a wireless mouse that’s quite a bit pricier than the Logitech Wireless Mouse M320, our last top pick for general purpose mice, but its innovative features makes it a joy for multitasking users, particularly those who use multiple Macs and Windows PCs. In addition to being a comfortable […]

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Lenovo Y Gaming Precision Mouse

The Lenovo Y Gaming Precision Mouse ($52.49) is one of the less expensive gaming mice out there, but there aren’t many other reasons to buy it. The responsive sensor and array of programmable buttons are nice, but an uncomfortable, too-big design, flimsy-feeling plastic, and simple feature set are too significant to overlook. The Razer DeathAdder […]

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HyperX Pulsefire FPS Gaming Mouse

Many modern gaming mice come equipped with more bells and whistles than most gamers know what to do with, and while they can be both fun and useful, sometimes simplicity is king. Peripheral and component maker HyperX is following that philosophy with its first gaming mouse, the Pulsefire FPS ($49.99), a straightforward but effective offering. […]

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Reviewing Razer DeathAdder Elite

The Razer DeathAdder has often been regarded as one of the top gaming mice since it emerged back in 2006. While there have been a few iterations over the years, Razer has focused on incremental upgrades without ever changing what makes the DeathAdder beloved by so many. For its tenth anniversary the update came in […]

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Wacom Bamboo Capture CTH470

The Wacom Bamboo Capture is the sweet spot in the company’s new lineup of drawing tablets. At $99.99, the Capture offers more pressure sensitivity than the prior Bamboo Pen & Touch CTH460 (4 stars), as well as a slimmer design and an impressive software bundle. But in a cynical move, Wacom removed the eraser, and is now saving it […]

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Mousetrapper Flexible

Computer mice and mouse alternatives generally fall into two categories (three if you count fast-twitch controllers for hardcore gamers, but we’ll focus on mainstream mousing here): mass-market products from the likes of Logitech and Microsoft, most of which claim to be ergonomic to some degree, and seriously ergo-friendly devices designed to address the risk of […]

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Mad Catz Cyborg M.M.O. 7 Gaming Mouse

PC gamers use mice as their weapons of choice, and MMO gamers, when possible, use micee with many buttons as their specific weapons of choice.Instead of a few basic commands focusing around aiming and shooting, MMOs (and strategy games) use many, many diverse commands for different situations. Usually, these are accomplished by hitting keys on […]