HyperX continued its foray into the peripherals market with a new gaming mouse called the Pulsefire Surge, which is targeted at eSports players and gaming enthusiasts.
We saw some talk of wirelessly charged mice in 2017, but the Razer Mamba Hyperflux doesn’t have a battery--it’s wireless powered, not charged.
Corsair aims for the living room with a family of wireless peripherals, including a lapboard that solves some of the problems we encountered with the company's Lapdog.
SteelSeries' Rival 600 mouse is tricked out with removable weights, dual sensors, and a way to eliminate lift-off distance drift.
At CES 2018, Corsair announced its first wirelessly charged mouse, the Dark Core RGB SE, and wireless charging mouse pad, the MM1000 Qi.
Mad Catz, a company known for weird but fun (and often expensive) gaming peripherals, is back from bankruptcy. (Insert nine lives pun here.)
It might sound like a tax software, but Infarex is actually the name Adata chose for its newest gaming peripherals: the M10 mouse and R10 mousepad.
Take your passion for gaming to the next level with Cougar’s Surpassion gaming mouse. Get it? It’s a play on words...passion / surpassion. Ah, never mind.
Cherry launched a new MW 4500 wireless mouse for home and office use that features a unique ergonomic design.
Mionix launched an updated version of the Avior as part of its latest “Fresh Desk” collection. It comes in Frosting (Red), Ice Cream (Blue),French Fries (Yellow), Shark Fin (Gray), and Black.
BenQ Zowie announced the latest editions to its fan-favorite gaming mouse lineup: the EC1-B and EC2-B.
Patriot announced the Viper V570 RGB Blackout Edition gaming mouse, the latest addition to its line of gaming mice.
The little brother to the Rival 310 and Sensei 310, the Rival 110 gaming mouse features a similar TrueMove optical sensor.
Razer's launch of the new Basilisk gaming mouse is among the many announcements coming out of IFA, Europe's biggest tech show.