Someone who is just gaming once in a while may buy a standard optical mouse that may cost around 10-15 bucks. But if you are a serious gamer and can’t help yourself playing pro-games all the time, then investing in a good gaming mouse should be your priority. If you are worried about the price, then listen you can easily get an incredible range of gaming mouse under $30. Continue reading Gameplay With A Regular Mouse Versus A Pro Gaming Mouse
I have this thing for purple hued gadgets. Actually, no. I never knew purple would look this rad on gadgets, specifically on mouse, keyboard and headphones, until now. Needless to say, I immediately fell head over heels over these Logitech G x Battlefield V Gaming Gear. Logitech G has partnered with DICE and Electronic Arts for a series of collectible Battlefield V gaming gear which, much to my dismay, are not for sale anywhere in the world. Instead, they can only be acquired through Logitech G and EA sweepstakes and giveaways. Continue reading Here’s How To Get The Not-For-Sale Logitech G x Battlefield V Gaming Gear
Razer’s myriad of gaming peripherals are predominantly black and if that does not catch on with you, well, we say, don’t let the dark side stop you from getting the good stuff. Not that you should go with the flow and betray your principle. You really don’t have to because now some of Razer’s most popular gaming peripherals are available in white. The Razer Mercury Edition, as they are called, are available now as an added color option, in addition to the standard Razer black and Gunmetal Grey, for those prefer not to be engulfed in black. Continue reading Razer Goes White With Mercury Edition Gaming Peripherals
when we read through the list of features ROCCAT’s latest gaming mouse has to offer, we only have one thought: man, how far and complex gaming has become. gone were the days where two/three buttons were suffice (think Decathlon or Wolfenstein). it is now the more (buttons) the merrier and better still, if it has programability built into them (the buttons). and those are exactly what this sleek gaming mouse known as Tyon has in it. but before we dive into the finer details, lets get the ‘general stuff’ out of the way first, which would include a 8,200 dpi Pro Aim laser sensor for pinpoint accuracy, programmable 16.8m multicolor illumination, tracking and distance control unit and a 32-bit processor with 576KB memory for storing settings and macros, and execution. so yes. it is an advanced mouse that has to have its own capable processor. Continue reading Tyon is ROCCAT Gaming Mouse of the Future, Lets You Rotate Tank Turret from the Mouse
Logitech G Stakes Claim As The World’s Fastest Gaming Mouse
with the ability to track over 500 inches per second, the Logitech G402 Hyperion Fury made claim as the world’s fastest gaming mouse. features include a 32-bit ARM processor, lightweight construction, low-friction feet, 8 programmable buttons, and 4 plus 1 DPI settings. available starting August 2014. $59.99. BUY.
Design to Innovation Has The World’s First Wireless Scanner Mouse
Hong Kong-based Design to Innovation has a wireless scanner mouse that scans in a zigzag motion over whatever you wish to digitize and import them as editable Excel or as text. it also support over 199 OCR languages which works with a Google Translate shortcut to translate scanned words. from $79.00. BUY.
DrinkPure Water Filtration Device Lets You Have Clean Water, Always
much like the Lifestraw Go, DrinkPure is a on-the-go filtration system to turn non-potable water into potable water. it uses a 3-step filtration system which includes a special membrane developed by ETH Zurich student Jeremy Nussbaumer and fits over any standard PET bottle. BUY. [via]
TouchPico Turns Any Surface Into A 80-inch Touchscreen… Well, Almost
lets get real. there is no way anyone can turn a wall into a touchscreen and so, TouchPico’s clever idea of using an infrared stylus is your best bet if you adore touching walls. it can projects up to 80-inch and also serves as a functional Android PC, which you are open to do anything with this baby. from $349. [via]
Sunswift Is Now The Fastest Long Range Electric Car
Australia’s Sunswift sets a new record for being the world’s fastest long range electric car, clocking 310 miles with an average speed of 62 mph on a single charge. it relied on the stored juiced from the onboard batteries without turning on the solar system. looks like there is hope for EVs after all. LEARN MORE.
ASUS has come a long way with its gaming arm, the Republic of Gamers (ROG) and not surprisingly, it has taken the opportunity at the Computex 2014 to unveil a barrage of drool-worthy gaming gears, including a small form factor gaming desktop (G20), a console PC (GR8), a gaming laptop (GX500), gaming motherboards (Crossblade Ranger and Maximus VII Impact and Formula), high-performance graphics card (ARES III), mouse (GLADIUS) and keyboard (GK2000), that are designed to coax you into dropping some serious dough for them. of course, pricing for these products are yet to be confirmed, but still, it is an exciting peek into what the Taiwanese computer maker has to offer for the rest of 2014. keep going for more details. Continue reading ASUS Announced A Barrage Of Gaming Products At Computex, Including A Console PC
for hardcore PC gamers, customizing peripherals like the mouse to suit your gaming style is not an option and with that in mind, Logitech wants its new G502 Proteus Core Tunable Gaming Mouse (quite a mouthful, eh?) to have the customization aspect covered. starting off with a sensor that offers a huge DPI range of 200 all the way up to 12,000 with zero sensor acceleration, zero smoothing or filtering, and zero pixel rounding – allowing an astounding track movement at 300 inches per second. high-resolution aside, what really makes this gaming mouse stands out is the ability to calibrate the sensor based on the gaming surface that you are using it on, regardless whether you are using it on hard or soft, dark or light mouse pads. Continue reading Logitech G502 Proteus Core Tunable Gaming Mouse
up till now, gaming hardware has been stereotyped, well, at least in the color department, so if you are going to break that stereotyping, how about starting off with cool white pointing device like this ROCCAT Limited Edition Kone Pure Color Phantom White? released to mark the five year anniversary of Kone gaming mouse (the first product from ROCCAT, in fact), the ROCCAT Limited Edition Kone Pure Color Phantom White inherits every ounce of the original Kone Pure’s qualities, including a high-end 8,200 DPI Pro-Aim R3 laser sensor, high-quality Omron switches, Easy-Shift[+] (for setting two functions on each mouse button and scroll wheel), Easy-Aim, ROCCAT Talk and more. in another word, the ROCCAT Limited Edition Kone Pure Color Phantom White is akin to a powerful weapon, but for the virtual world, that lends gamers the edge in any given gaming environment. Continue reading ROCCAT Limited Edition Kone Pure Color Phantom White
Razer Ouroboros | US$129.99 | www.razerone.com
regular mouse users didn’t quite think twice about this important but often overlooked pointing device. however, as far as gamers are concerned, the fit of the mouse to their hands is as equally important as what goes under the hood and this is especially true for competitive gamers (or anyone who take their PC gaming very seriously) and therefore, a gaming mouse with customizable ergonomics such as the Razer Ouroboros will be welcomed with open arms by the gaming community. the main highlights include a fully customizable ambidextrous ergonomics Continue reading Razer Ouroboros
(photos: Razer) Razer Taipan | US$79.99 | www.razerone.com
a mouse that caters to ambidextrous user is far and few between, let alone one that is geared towards serious gamers. for the latter group, you can add the new Razer Taipan to the short list of mouse that’s designed for both right- and left-handed gamers. designed in collaboration with top e-sports athletes from professional gaming teams, the Taipan features an ambidextrous form factor, an all-new 8200dpi 4G Dual Sensor System (both laser and optical) for pinpoint tracking, 9 programmable buttons, 1000 Hz Ultrapolling with 1 ms response time, up to 200 in. Continue reading Razer Taipan