The Dream Machines DM1 Pro S mouse looks almost identical to the Nixeus Revel. But upon closer inspection, there are key differences. But both sport the PixArt 3360 optical sensor.
Nixeus entered the mouse game with lightweight "Revel" mouse that sports a PixArt PMW 3360 optical sensor.
The Razer Turret is a lapboard and mouse combo that offers a completely different take on a lean-back living room peripherals experience.
Cougar's new keyboards are multicolored in different ways. The company added (and dropped) some mice, too.
Zalman beefed up its peripherals lineup at Computex with a new flagship mechanical keyboard, a waterproof keyboard, a pair of flagship mice and more.
Perhaps calling it a “trend” is a bit much, as Thermaltake seems to be the only company doing it, but the company announced a second mouse with palm venting, the Ventus Z.
Earlier this year, Epic Gear debuted modular MMS switches in its Defiant keyboard; the company has ported the same concept to a new gaming mouse called the “Morph.”
A quirky mouse from a somewhat obscure company, the i-Rocks Golem M20E offers solid specs and a lightning bug-like lighting scheme.
Corsair has tried--and mostly succeeded--to bring high-end peripherals into the living room to give us the lean-back PC gaming experience we've been pining for.
Thermaltake's latest mouse features 10 buttons, up to 16,000 DPI and the ability to adjust the height of the spring that connects the top of the mouse to the base.
Cougar's 250M gaming mouse is cheap at just $30, but has features that are worth more. It's inexpensive, but not cheap.
Logitech has been working hard on the G900 Chaos Spectrum over the last few years, and today its efforts see the light of day.
Ever had your patience put on trial by glitchy mouse buttons? That is one problem that simply should never have been on any half-decent mice.
Corsair gave the Sabre RGB a new 10,000 DPI sensor, and that's it -- nothing else changed. Well, that and the logo, but a few of the old Sabre RGB mice already had it.
The Razer Mamba Tournament Edition (TE) gaming mouse is clearly an enthusiast product with an exceedingly high DPI rating, but it may not be the best fit for everyone.