Entry-level 240Hz panel steps into the gauntlet
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A delightfully gruesome monster power fantasy that doesn't quite live up to its potential.
Boasts built-in fingerprint scanner.
First to feature Razer Switches.
Ticks plenty of boxes, though.
Boasts of 'flick-down' side buttons.
Wireless. 12 customisable buttons. Five profiles. Magnesium chassis. RGB lighting. Oh, and £135.
Aims at pro-grade gamers.
Hits the streets in September.
Can't afford to splash £100 on a mouse and keyboard? Tt eSports gives you both for less than £50.
Cooler Master's new combo gives you a 'mem-chanical' keyboard and optical mouse for just £50.
Corsair switches to an optical sensor and adds RGB lighting for its latest gaming mouse
How do they work? Magnets.
Speedlink makes its bit-tech debut with two gaming mice - can they keep up with the competition?
Claims best performance ever.
The XG-M2-NIP fuses great hardware with a simple design for an effective outcome
Gigabyte brings the Xtreme Gaming brand to peripherals, starting with a seven-button optical mouse
Cougar's new mouse is for left or right-handers and includes eight programmable buttons
MSI's new £40 gaming mouse features six programmable buttons and an 8,200 DPI sensor
Understated no more.
QPAD has changed the design of its large gaming mouse for the first time in 7 years
Aims at the gamer on a budget.
With 20 programmable buttons, the M.M.O. TE has the potential to be a monstrous gaming mouse
Cites Intellimouse as inspiration.
Features 'hybrid mechanical' switches.
July 1 2020 | 17:34
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