Good news, fans of First-Person-Shooter (FPS). Razer has unveiled a new mouse designed specifically for FPS gaming. Called Basilisk, this newest addition to Razer’s line of purpose-built mice features a 5G true 16,000 DPI optical sensor as found on DeathAdder Elite and Lancehead Tournament Edition and promised deliver accuracy and precision demanded by FPS gamers. In addition, it boasts Razer Mechanical Mouse Switches that touts a mind-blowing 50 million click lifespan. Continue reading Razer’s New Basilisk Gaming Mouse Is Tuned For Precise FPS Gaming
Changing batteries of a wireless mouse is a hassle and it can become rather costly over time. Understanding this, gaming lifestyle brand Razer has developed Atheris, a wireless mouse that’s geared towards productivity with lag-free wireless gaming-grade performance and touts the longest-lasting battery life from a single pair of AA batteries. So how long is it are we talking about? 350 freaking hours. Three-five-zero. That’s how long it is. For a person who have being putting up with Apple’s older Magic Mouse, this is no doubt a welcome news. Continue reading Razer’s New Mouse For Productivity Packs A Cool 350 Hours Of Battery Life
Razer is relentless in the pursuit to provide competitive gamers an edge in the virtual battlefield. The latest of such pursuit is what the gaming lifestyle company described as “world’s most advanced wireless gaming mouse.” Now, here’s the thing. Wireless is not something hardcore gamers swear by, but the Razer Lancehead Wireless Gaming Mouse is about to change that. Featuring Razer’s proprietary Adaptive Frequency Technology (AFT), this gaming mouse ensures stable and interference-free wireless connection between the mouse and your computer. Continue reading Razer Outs LanceHead, World’s Most Advanced Wireless Gaming Mouse
Yup. That’s right. Razer has just made couch gaming an official thing with the Razer Turret Living Room Gaming Mouse and Lapboard and yes, it is calling it ‘lapboard’, which means the keyboard will be as comfy on your laps as it is on a table. The Turret is, as the company described, “a mouse and integrated keyboard and mouse surface” that aims to put gaming peripherals on your laps and it does have a couple of tricks up its sleeve to ensure it make good on its promises. The Razer Turret Living Room Gaming Mouse and Lapboard is composed of an anti-ghosting, gaming-grade chiclet keyboard with an integrated magnetic mouse pad to keep the mouse from making the run and it comes with a companion mouse, boasting 3,500 DPI sensor. Continue reading Couch Gaming Is Officially A Thing Because Of Razer Turret’s ‘Lapboard’
In the last keynote event in September, the classic one-liner “one more thing” was missing and it was probably missing intentionally as that “one more thing” was announced just today, in the form of updated iMac. Aesthetically, as you may have anticipated, it is still the iMac you love. Sporting the same aluminum chassis, but with updated displays. More notably, the smaller of the two-model iMac lineup will get the option of 4K, which provides 4 fold in resolution. While it may seem like the 27-inch model aren’t going anywhere with display resolution, Apple surprises us with Retina 5K display – now available across all 27-inch iMac and not just for the range-topper. Continue reading Apple Updates iMac Family with Retina 4K and Retina 5K Displays
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.
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
running on Windows 8, but lack of a touchscreen to fully optimized the the latest Windows OS’s multitouch gestures functionality? no worries at all cos’ ASUS has just the answer for that: the ASUS VivoMouse Wireless TouchPad Mouse. aesthetically, this 3-in-1 input device looks suspiciously like the remote from the comedy Click (except it looks a little less ‘comical’), but less the funky life forwarding/skipping and pause buttons. speaking of remote, this little guy is also a handy remote control that gives you one-handed control away from your desktop and the large circular thing there, is a touchpad that offers full support for Windows 8 multitouch gestures. of course, by nature, it is also a regular optical mouse too. so there you have it, a single sleek input device that does it all. so, who really cares if your PC’s display is not touchscreen capable? cos’ this mouse will take care of that. Continue reading ASUS VivoMouse Wireless TouchPad Mouse
nuts about Iron Man? then you probably have amassed a slew of its official merchandise, but we bet a wireless mouse isn’t one of them. well, fret not Iron Man-natics, now you can complete your metal-clad superhero altar with this Officially Licensed Iron Man Mouse served up by Japanese firm e-Blue, otherwise known as E-3LUE (don’t ask us why). powered by a pair of AAA batteries, this gold and hot-rod red computer peripheral is crafted in the likeness of the big screen Iron Man’s mask and boast a resolution of 1,000 dpi and of course, light-up eyes. so why a mask instead of the iconic Arc Reactor? we have absolutely no idea, but logic tells us that the mask might be a better (palm) fit as a practical mouse than the puck-like LED-laden thingy. don’t you think so? no word if this awesome mouse will be made available to the USA, or to the rest of the world for that matter, but from what we hear, it will be available to the Chinese market for 699 Chinese money (or about US$113). Continue reading Officially Licensed Iron Man Mouse