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Logitech G Pro X Superlight: Wireless Gaming Mouse weighs 63 grams

With the G Pro X Superlight, Logitech has introduced its lightest gaming mouse wireless model to date. The company decided not to use housing with honeycomb holes, but some standard features were removed to reduce the weight of the new Logitech wireless gaming mouse. The Logitech G Pro X Superlight is basically a new version of the popular G Pro …

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Cooler Master MM720 Ultralight RGB Gaming Mouse with 16,000 DPI

Cooler Master adds the MM720 gaming mouse to its catalog, this new RGB mouse is designed for the most demanding users that combine high performance with a particularly compact and refined design. With a weight of only 49 grams and dimensions equal to 105.4×76.5×37 mm, Cooler Master MM720 is among the lightest mice in its category, all without sacrificing the …

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Asus ROG Strix Electro Punk Go 2.4 Wireless Gaming Headphones, Scope TKL Keyboard, and Impact II Gaming Mouse

Asus, recently has unveiled unusual gaming accessories in the design of Electro Punk which implies black with neon pink accents. This includes the ROG Strix Go 2.4 Wireless Gaming Headphones, ROG Strix Scope TKL Asus keyboard, and ROG Strix Impact II gaming mouse. One would think that Asus decided to release such a collection in honor of Cyberpunk 2077, but it has …

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Razer DeathAdder V2 Mini Gaming Mouse With Optical Switches

Razer introduced a smaller version of the DeathAdder V2 gaming mouse. It is called Razer DeathAdder V2 Mini and follows the original model along the contours. The dimensions of the new Razer DeathAdder Mini mouse are 114.2 x 65.4 x 38.5 mm, which is noticeably smaller than the dimensions of DeathAdder V2, which is 127.0 x 61.7 x 42.7 mm. …

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Acer Predator Cestus 350 Wireless Gaming Mouse Promises Precise Control

Acer presents a brand new wireless gaming mouse that can be used either wired or wireless, the USB polling rate is decent even when operated without cables at 1,000 Hz or one millisecond. After Acer already has a well-equipped, wired gaming mouse in its program with the Predator Cestus 330, the company is presenting the Predator Cestus 350, a new …

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Adata XPG Primer Wired Gaming Mouse with RGB lighting, 12000 DPI

Adata introduced the XPG Primer wired gaming mouse for gaming enthusiasts. It uses a Pixart PMW3360 optical sensor with a resolution of 12,000 dpi and Omron switches with a resource of 20 million operations. The mouse is decorated with an RGB backlight. The manufacturer attributes the game mouse to its advantages in an ergonomic design and made of durable Double-Shot …

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Logitech G203 LIGHTSYNC Gaming Mouse With RGB, G HUB Software

Logitech introduced the G203 LIGHTSYNC gaming mouse. The manufacturer clarifies that this new light gaming mouse provides gaming-grade performance, versatility, and classic design at a great value. New Logitech gaming mouse features a classic and time-tested 6-button design. The mouse uses a sensor with a resolution of 8000 DPI and a wired USB connection with a polling frequency of 1000 …

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Corsair Dark Core RGB Pro: New Corsair Gaming Mouse Brings Many Upgrades

Corsair has reissued its two Dark Core RGB mice in a Pro version. The recommended retail price remains unchanged, but now the new Corsair gaming mouse coming with USB-C, wireless charging, a faster sampling rate, a better sensor, and there are various upgrades. Corsair promises two decisive upgrades for passionate gamers for its two new gaming mice: Thanks to Corsair …

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Razer Viper Mini Review: Ultralight Gaming Mouse in Budget

The Razer Viper Mini was announced last month is a smaller, cheaper version of the original Viper. This Razer gaming mouse model is aimed at people with small hands or those who like to hold paws, fingers, and prefer to use lighter and smaller Razer mice for a better sense of control. The Razer Viper Mini Ultralight hits the Gaming …

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Razer DeathAdder V2 Gaming Mouse Review

DeathAdder V2 is a refreshing version of Razer ‘s legendary DA series and can be said to be the most popular gaming mouse line when it comes to this brand. The design hasn’t changed much, the form is still easy to hold and fits most hands, but the inside has been improved with a new sensor, and buttons. DeathAdder is …

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