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War of the whirrs.
Looking to see what projects have been in progress in the forums over the last 3 months? We've got you covered.
'Should bring a renewed interest,' says Eben Upton.
Rumours claim Rift 2 is dead in the water.
The latest Cooler Master mice boast a Pixart PMW 3360, RGB lighting, Macro support and are catered to suit either the palm or claw grip. Oh, and it only £35.
We catch up with Johan Borggren, Tesoro's VP for Global Sales and Marketing
The Corsair Raptor M45 is a versatile gaming mouse but its optical sensor does limit it.
EVGA enters another new market with its Torq X10 gaming mouse.
Thermaltake's new gaming mouse can be heavily customised, but does this justify its £90 price tag?
This wireless mouse has more buttons than we could possibly need, but read this before buying.
Microsoft's new Sidewinder X8 mouse incorporates its BlueTrack tracking engine, which boasts speeds and specs far in excess of those of laser or optical mice. Here we delve into the technology behind the numbers, and interview Microsoft on the technology and its future.
If you're using your PC, you're almost always using your mouse, which means it's essential to have the right one. We take a look at three new gaming mice vying for your attention; one sporting Microsoft's ludicrously over-specced BlueTrack engine and another made specifically for World of Warcraft.
According to analysts, the future of computer input could be radically altered by the success of...Guitar Hero?
The Saitek Cyborg mouse certainly leaves an impression with it's unusual look and feature-packed shell. Billed as the ultimate in customisation thanks to its scroll wheel tweaks and new dynamic ergonomics, the Cyborg hopes to be the ultimate peripheral. But is it?
Gigabyte is set to launch its own "gaming" keyboards and mice to take on the likes of Razer.
It's a mouse designed to emulate the feel of a gun in FPS games and it isn't going to go down well with Jack Thompson. That aside, has Zalman created a decent peripheral that increases immersion, or just a shoddy piece of half-assed tech? Find out within!
Microsoft has suddenly moved back into the PC gaming input market by bringing the Sidewinder line back to life. Has the company learnt any new tricks in the last few years then, or is the Sidewinder more useless than a dead viper? There's only one way to find out for sure...
We recently attended the Microsoft PC Hardware Day in London, which was also a celebration of the Microsoft Hardware Group's 25th Anniversary. Was it the most boring event on the planet, or were we able to salvage some enthusiasm from it all? Find out within!
We get a chance to have a talk with Robert Krakoff, a.k.a RazerGuy, the man responsible for some of the best gaming equipment on the market and ask him about where the PC gaming world is heading.
We were quite pleased with the Revoltec Fightboard we got our hands on recently, so we decided to take the Fightmouse out for a spin too. Read on to find out if it held up as well as the keyboard did.
We take a look at Razer's latest mouse: the Krait. Aimed specifically at those who want pro-level performance in RTS and MMORPG games, does this mouse provide a boost over the competition?
We have three quite different laser mice from Microsoft, Logitech and Razer, along with a couple of mice mats designed with gamers in mind. Which combination will be the fragger's new best friend?
There's a new gaming mouse in town - the LM6000. We've got the skinny on the technology, and also the latest on Xbox 360 controllers on the PC.