SteelSeries budget-priced gaming mouse strikes a good balance between price, comfort, and good performance.
Can a kind-of-crazy 24k sensor and a tiny OLED screen push Cooler Master's latest premium gaming mouse past the many competing rodents?
MSI shows off a plethora of new mid-range and entry level peripherals, for the gamer looking for quality products on the cheap.
Microsoft emade the IntelliMouse, which debuted in 1996, as a Pro IntelliMouse that’s meant to appeal to the gaming market.
The Logitech G502 Lightspeed takes a classic gaming mouse and gives it long battery life and lighter weight, but it’s on the pricey side.
Logitech cuts the cord and releases the G502 Lightspeed Wireless Gaming Mouse. The first wireless version of the G502
The Corsair Glaive RGB Pro doesn’t come cheap and lacks the ability to adjust its weight, but it offers an overall great user experience and swappable side grips.
Cooler Master have launched their new MM830 gaming mouse, featuring an OLED display but also an integrated D-pad.
Razer is breaking its traditional black and green look for the Razer Blade Stealth by making it pretty in pink.
Corsair released three new gaming mice at CES 2019, including the Harpoon RGB Wireless, which uses Corsair’s new proprietary "Slipstreem Wireless" standard.
HyperX brought a variety of new products meant to help people communicate, hear, and maybe even play better in their favorite games to CES 2019.
SteelSeries released the wireless Rival 650 mouse, which can get 10 hours of battery life from 15 minutes of charging, alongside the wired Rival 710 mouse.
The Kraken Tournament Edition headset, BlackWidow Elite keyboard and Mamba Wireless mouse join the Razer army
New mouse features low resistance "Phantomcord" and a striking look, but getting this Finalmouse product may take a few weeks.
Logitech's mission to outfit as many gaming mice as possible with its Lightspeed wireless technology continues with the G305.
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.