Archive for the 'Mouse' Category
ASUS has rolled out its first Republic of Gamers (ROG) branded gaming mouse, the ROG Eagle Eye GX1000. This is a wired gaming mouse that has a 6-button design featuring a pseudo-ambidextrous design (side buttons only on its left side), a scroll wheel with LED lighting, and a 50 to 8200dpi laser sensor that can be adjusted on-the-fly with software configuration abilities. The ROG Eagle Eye GX1000 is made up of brushed aluminum and ABS plastic. An ROG-branded mousepad is also part of the package. Unfortunately, there’s no word on pricing yet.
Cooler Master has announced its latest technology called Storm Sentinel Advance II Gaming Mouse. This high-tech mouse features the latest Avago sensor that is capable of over 8000 DPI sensitivity. Cooler Master is well known for their cool system cases and cooling devices as well as gaming peripherals. The mouse also has an ultralow liftoff distance to provide gamers the ability to perform actions very quickly.
Recently we have seen the Tron-inspired LED wrist watch, now we have Tron-inspired gaming mouse from Razer. For only $100 you can get a braided 7-foot USB cable mouse with 5600dpi 3.5g laser sensor for better mouse tracking and precision, Ultrapolling (1000Hz Polling / 1ms Response) and 7 hyperesponse buttons for a new gaming experience. The Razer Tron-Inspired gaming mouse has an ambidextrous design that makes it comfortable for both right and left-handed use and also has lighting and sound effects for added gaming features. As of now we didn’t find any information regarding the release date for this latest gadget .
IOGEAR Inc. has introduced its newest bluetooth wireless tilt wheel laser mouse. This ergonomic designed mouse features a convenient 4-way tilt-wheel scroll that will give you a whole new level of gaming experience and helps you browse the web with ease. You can use this gadget up to 33 Feet or 10 meters for your PC or Mac as long as it has Bluetooth connectivity. This wireless mouse has a dimension of 1.46” x 2.28″ x 4″ (HWL). The mouse has a high precision power using the advanced laser sensor and dedicated sensitivity button without the need of any drivers. You can monitor this bluetooth mouse battery power with its battery indicator. The IOGEAR wireless mouse uses ultra-light Li-Polymer battery and can be recharge through USB cable.
Marcial Ahsayane has just announced a new concept of mouse called eVouse Mouse Pen. This latest technology has a v-shaped design with futuristic illuminated green light on every movement, an action buttons, a scroll and I think is it also a wireless mouse, cause I don’t see any wire or chord on it. It has all the functions of a normal mouse but this time it also acts as a pen sensor which allows it to be used for drawing, illustration and designing activities. As of now there is no exact date when will this gadget comes to life, because it’s still a concept of a computer mouse.
Canon has rolled out its latest technology, but this time it’s not a printer rather a mouse and at the same time a calculator called X Mark I Mouse. This computer mouse uses Bluetooth 2.0 connectivity and it has a 1,200dpi sensor. I think by using this mouse in our day to day activities, it looks like that we can’t avoid pressing the calculator feature of this mouse because it’s located where the palm usually rest, unless Canon has set up a button to activate one of its features, and vice versa. This canon mouse works on both PC and Mac and it will cost you around £39.99 / €48.99 when launched.
Elecom Japan has unveiled its latest gadget dubbed as Elecom M-SN1UL Scope Node Laser Sensor Mouse. This mouse is said to solve the problem of drawing problems using an ordinary mouse, because we all know it’s really hard to draw using an ordinary optical mouse, unless you have your own graphics tablet. This Elecom mouse has a precision like using a pen and paper. The 3-button Scope Node M-SN1UL is certainly high end with a 1600dpi laser sensor that is off-center to simulate where a pen point would be located in your hand. It can be connected on both Windows and Mac through USB 2.0 port and is now available in different colors: black, mat silver or glossy silver. The Elecom M-SN1UL Scope Node Laser Sensor Mouse has a retail price of ¥6,000(~$61.00).
Dell has unveiled their latest technology which is a 3-button wireless optical mouse dubbed as the Dell WM311. This latest optical mouse is ideal for laptops and notebooks, especially for those who are very stylistic when it comes to their gadgets. This latest mouse is also available in four unique colors including red, blue, white and black. Dell WM311 also features 100o dpi optical tracking, an automatic power on/off with indicator light, a compact design, with mini USB 2.0 receiver, fold-up storage and the most important is that this mouse is easy to use because it is just a plug and play device. In addition to that Dell guaranteed that it is tested and validated on Dell systems and it is supported by Dell Technical Support. This said mouse is already out in the market and it cost $29.99.