Gamers patiently waiting for the official launch of the new highly anticipated and expertly designed Level 10 M gaming mouse, will be pleased to learn that the new gaming mouse is now available to purchase worldwide.
The Level 10 M gaining mouse has been engineered to enable gamers to tweak and adjust the dimensions of the mouse outer case, to ergonomically affect their hand for precise gaming and control. Check out the video after the jump to see the new Level 10 M gaming mouse in action.
Constructed from aluminium the Level 10 M has been designed for durability and function and is available in three colours black, white, and green.
“Level 10 M Mouse is a programmable gaming mouse capable of using the most comprehensive software application to customize settings based on gamer’s needs. Specifically, the Z key can be programed to switch up to 5 gaming profiles. Other features such as the polling rate and the 7 lighting-effect colors are also customizable through software, making Level 10 M Mouse a truly amazing mouse for pro-gaming and creative needs.”
“For the Level 10 project Thermaltake wanted a design partner which stands for innovative thinking and revolutionary approaches in design. Right from the beginning therefore, DesignworksUSA has been the design partner for the Level 10 project.
The global design consultancy has skillfully extended the Level 10 design concept and translated it to a vital gaming accessory: the Level 10 M Mouse. Working in various industries, the design team is able to transfer visions and inspiration between many projects and has successfully demonstrated this ability in the latest Tt eSPORTS product design.
With the Level 10 M Mouse Thermaltake presents a product which was inspired by the leading future thinkers. The collaboration between Thermaltake Group and BMW Group subsidiary DesignworksUSA will be continued and with an extended e-Sports product range it will keep its focus on serving the high demands of our customers.”
For more information on this awesome gaming mouse jump over to the TTesports website.
Asus fa sapere di aver cominciato le spedizioni del nuovo mouse Republic Of Gamers GX1000 con sensore laser a 8200 DPI (regolabili grazie a 4 livelli di commutazione), piedini in teflon e un design ergonomico che consente una maggiore comodità soprattutto durante le lunghe sessioni di gioco. Il GX1000 utilizza dei pesi rimovibili per consentire una maggiore facilità di utilizzo in base alle esigenze degli utenti e, grazie alle sei macro programmabili è possibile impostare molte combinazioni per migliorare il feedback di gioco. Il GX1000 è fornito in dotazione con un tappetino ROG, progettato per soddisfare le esigenze anche dei giocatori più appassionati.
SteelSeries ha annunciato la serie di periferiche dedicata al gioco FPS Call Of Duty: Black Ops II che, come ricordiamo, sarà disponibile dal 13 novembre 2012. La serie comprende il Call of Duty: Black Ops II Gaming Mouse e tre mousepad QcK. Il Call of Duty: Black Ops Gaming Mouse II presenta un’illuminazione color arancio, un sensore laser di 5700 DPI, sette pulsanti programmabili e filo di nylon intrecciato di 2 metri. Completa il tutto la possibilità di settare i profili per migliorare così il feedback ludico delle esigenze degli utenti. Il Call of Duty: Black Ops II Gaming Mouse viene venduto al prezzo di 69.99 Euro.
Riguardo i Call of Duty: Black Ops II QcK Mousepads, invece, siamo davanti a pad antiscivolo in gomma ottimizzati per una corretta e costante efficienza. I Call of Duty: Black Ops Edition II Badge QcK si suddividono in 3 modelli a nome Badge Editiom, Orange Soldier Edition e Soldier Edition, presentano un logo distintivo del gioco e una colorazione nera. I mouse pad della serie Call Of Duty: Black Ops II QcK avranno un prezzo di 14.99 Euro. Per maggiori informazioni visitare il sito SteelSeries .
Razer has added another gaming mouse to its range with the launch of the Razer Ouroboros, which is an ambidextrous mouse and it comes with a range of customizable options and features.
The Razer Ouroboros was designed specially by our team of ergonomic scientists and engineers to create the most comfortable ambidextrous mouse. Extensive ergonomic research was conducted based on scientific studies from the Razer ergonomic scientists, industrial designers and by extensive testing and trials together with numerous feedback we’ve gathered from our pro-gamers and the community. Our ergonomists derived that there are essentially 3 key factors in an ambidextrous mouse.
You can find out more information about the Razer Ouroboros, it is expected to launch some time before the end of the year and will retail for $130.
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Logitech has announced the launch of a new gaming mouse to its range, which has been designed specifically for MMO gaming, in the form of the 20 button Logitech G600 mouse.
The Logitech G600 MMO gaming mouse is equipped with a scrollwheel that is tiltable and clickable, and its possible to change the DPI of the mouse on the fly using five presets. Watch the video after the jump to see its features explained.
The G600 MMO gaming mouse is also equipped with a massive 20 buttons which can be programmed and expanded more by pressing the G-Shift control to double the functionality for each key. Allowing you to have your functions or macros within easy reach at all times.
It’s not the mouse we expected to see here at E3, given what slid through Uncle Sam’s FCC fingers a few weeks ago, but Razer has unveiled its new Taipan gaming mouse here at E3 2012. Apparently, Razer has learned to love lefties from the jump with its most recent rodent, as the Taipan is an ambidextrous unit suitable for any gamer. The outside of the Taipan is swathed in tactually-pleasing matte black plastic, with a glowing Razer logo in the palm rest and a clickable scroll wheel ringed in similar neon green lighting. It’s got nine programmable buttons in all: right and left click, the clickwheel, plus two buttons just south of the scroller and two more embedded in each of the Taipan’s flanks.
Before the craziness commenced here in Los Angeles, ROCCAT got its E3 party started with announcements concerning two gaming mice. The outfit unveiled the three-button Lua and the more high-end Kone XTD to suit gamers who prefer a truckload of programmable options and those who fancy a much simpler set-up. We grabbed some hands-on time with the pair on the show floor to see just how the two stacked up. We were particularly impressed with how both felt in the hand and how comfortable they were to use for all our gaming-related movements during the mini session. For a close look at both the Lua and the Kone XTD, stop by the gallery below or head on past the break for a few thoughts on the gaming peripherals.
Most computer enthusiasts will be familiar with Cooler Master thanks their long history of designing cool gaming cases for computers and cooling devices. The company also has a line of accessories and peripherals including gaming mice and mouse pads. The company has announced its latest gaming mouse called the Sentinel Advance 2.
The new mouse uses an advanced laser sensor is capable of over 8000 dpi sensitivity. That should be plenty for gamers that like high sensitivity when playing games. The mouse also has an ultralow liftoff distance to provide gamers the ability to perform actions very quickly. When mice are too slow, the cursor ends up flying around the screen.
The mouse is 128 kB of onboard memory for storing profiles and customizable LED colors. It’s also a modular weight system and can be adjusted for DPI settings on the fly. Cooler Master also has an HD RX synthetic mesh mouse pad to go along with new mouse. Pricing and availability will vary depending on the country you live in for the mouse and the mouse pad.
Thermaltake has this week unveiled a new mouse addition to its range of PC gaming peripherals in the form of the Thermaltake Level 10M mouse, which has been showcased at CeBIT 2012 this week.
Constructed from aluminium the Thermaltake Level 10M mouse is fitted with seven buttons, five of which are programmable. Its construction and design allow for the mouse height to be raised to suit your style of control.
Its also equipped with a 8200 dpi sensitivity and a graphic interface allows you to set the sensitivity from 800 up to the maximum 8200dpi. The Level 10M mouse is also equipped with four different lighting effects and seven colour options allowing you to customise the look of your mouse to compliment its surrounding devices.
In the increasingly complex world of gaming mice, we’d be happy with one that doesn’t scrape the paint from the top of our desk. Still, if your ambitions are a little loftier, Roccat’s unveiled the Savu gaming mouse in anticipation for its big day out at CeBIT. Named after an Indonesian province, its the first mouse to include a trophy system (nope, us neither) that rewards “gaming feats” when you reach the milestone of having clicked your right button a thousand times in an hour, or something. The 4,000 DPI optical sensor device has the company’s usual clutch of features including Easy-Shift+ and customizable colors and it’ll be available in May where you can customize it to your whimsy for an as-yet unspecified price.
Mad Catz’ Cyborg RAT series of adjustable computer mice has seen its fair share of minor revisions, and while wireless upgrades and whitewashed DPI tweaks have given consumers a hair of choice in transforming desktop pests, the differences between these devices has been modest, at best. Until now, at least. Enter the Cyborg M.M.O. 7, the outfit’s latest addition to its aggressively styled line of gaming mice, minus the RAT moniker. Despite shedding the name of its predecessors, Mad Catz’ latest point-and-clicker is as much of a RAT as the mice that came before it, but distinguishes itself with more buttons, more features and more color. Read on to see what’s new, what’s different and what should have stayed the same.
Genius have launched a new addition to their gaming mouse range with the unveiling of their new Genius DeathTaker gaming mouse. That has been specifically designed for MMO/RTS gamers and is a professional gaming laser mouse for the GX gaming series from Genius.
The new Genius DeathTaker mouse can be customised using a built-in over-clocking SCGii engine for a dpi range from 100 to 5700, and is equipped with a full speed CPU with memory chip.
Allowing you to store your gaming macros and settings in the mouse itself, with 55 keys combination to programme. The Genius DeathTaker provides a 1-ms response time, and is fitted with a braided cable and gold-plated USB connector.
You might remember back in November last year that Mad Catz unveiled their new professional gaming mouse the Mad Catz Cyborg M.M.O. 7. If you have been patiently waiting for it to arrive your wait is now over, the Mad Catz Cyborg M.M.O. 7 gamin mouse is now available to pre-order, priced at $130.
The Cyborg M.M.O. 7 gaming mouse is equipped with an array of adjustable panels and weights to help make the mouse perfect for any individual, perfectly fitting your hand and playing style.
It also equipped with 13 programmable buttons (plus std left and right) that combine with a 3-position MMO mode switch and a 2-position MMO shift buttons to provides you with a massive 78 user-definable in-game commands. Enough to cover even the most demanding of game configurations. Together with a 5D Button on the side perfect positioning under your thumb, that allows you to click up and down, left and right, and press click.
The latest gaming mouse from Shogun Bros. doesn’t double as a gamepad, but it does carry a heady list of extra features for sharpshooting gamers. These include independent X and Y DPi settings to stabilize targeting, thumb selector for speed shooting, 5,700 DPI accuracy and 11,570 frames per second movement tracking — sidestepping those pesky jumps and stutters when moving that cursor in the midst of a melee. Indicators include X, Y and refresh rate, while you’ll find 11 extra macro keys across the rubberized surface. There are 20 customized DPI settings for any game genre you’d care to mention — oh and a desktop setting, yawn. Expect to shoot the wings off a CGI fly some time in Q2 2012.
Ready to give your right thumb a workout? We just tested our hand stamina with the recently-outed Razer Naga Hex Gaming Mouse. The programmable, six-button side panel also sports a thumb rest in the center of the control set — something we found to be a nice touch. If the stock feel of the buttons doesn’t exactly suit your gaming style, you can switch them out for two other heights for a better grasp of things. Shipping this spring, it’ll set you back $80. So is the Naga Hex a sound investment? Read on to find out.
The first thing we noticed about the Naga Hex was how lighting fast it was. We didn’t experience any lag in the movement, something we’ve come to count on from Razer peripherals. There was the slightest bit of travel with button set on the right side, though, which is something that could change once you pop on those interchangeable heights. Those side buttons also boast speeds of up to 250 clicks per second, making those all-too-important macros keep pace with your MW3 tactics. Naga Hex is the first Razer device to sport Synapse 2.0, a cloud-based service that manages all of your custom settings even when you head over to mates house. Scroll wheel and buttons up top work like a charm as well, making it a nice piece of kit to add to your gaming rig.
Rude Gameware have now started taking pre-orders for their new wireless Fierce 3500 gaming mouse that is equipped with adjustable 3500 DPI Engine, 2.4 GHz wireless nano technology.
Together with 8 independently programmable buttons and macro support,Zero-Acoustic Ultra-smooth Teflon feet, Ultra-fast polling and response time, On-the-Fly Sensitivity DPI adjustment (no driver needed) and onboard memory to save your settings.
The new Rude Gameware Fierce 3500 gaming mouse is now available to pre-order directly from the Rude Gameware site for $70 with shipping commencing in the middle of next month.
After what we’re guessing was a fruitful tie-up with Tron, the fine folks at Razer are back at a similar well; this time, the company’s dishing out a limited run of gear that’s been splashed with color and branding from the upcoming Michael Bay train wreck blockbuster, Transformers 3. Outside of being doused with red, yellow, silver and purple paint, the special edition DeathAdder mice ($69.99 a pop) are identical to the version already on the market. If that’s just not enough, there’s also a dual-sided Vespula mouse mat ($44.99) to commemorate the film, not to mention a foursome of colored laptop sleeves ($49.99 each) that’ll make public your infatuation. Curiously absent? A handwritten letter of congratulations from Shia LaBeouf.
It’s been almost a decade since Logitech introduced the now revered and oft-imitated MX518 optical gaming mouse, and this mainstay peripheral is finally getting a well-deserved upgrade as the new G400. Externally, the design isn’t much different; it’s merely sporting a stealthier grey hue and a cable that’s “thinner and twenty-five percent lighter.” All of the tweaks Logitech has made to help improve your fragging life are internal. The optical sensor is twice as sensitive with a maximum 3,600 DPI resolution (selectable down to 400) that maintains a tracking speed of 140 inches per second, and the mouse reports 1,000 times per second over USB (up from 250). This little guy will even work with the macros on G-series keyboards. If your clicker-finger is starting to itch for one, $50 will snag you a pre-order from Logitech in the US where it’s due out on June 19th, while the rest of the planet will have to rock their 518s into July.
Splitfish is finally bringing its flagship PC and PS3 mouse controller to the Xbox, albeit packing an odd wireless caveat. Although the FragFx Shark 360 is billed as an identical twin to its PS3 counterpart, this half-gamepad and rodent combo, much like a XIM adapter, needs a wired Xbox 360 gamepad to act as an intermediary between itself and the console. That wired controller plugs into the Shark’s wireless USB dongle; the macro-equipped “fragchuck” and mouse themselves are completely untethered. It sounds a little janky, but if your faith in mouse superiority is strong, you may be forgiving it for its faults come late August. Hit the break for a full list of features and glittery PR wonder.