Gaming Mouse

Good Gaming Mouse – The Razer Deathadder Chroma

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UPDATE: New version is called ELITE, check out the latest in RAZER Gaming Gear here!

Perfectly designed to fit your right palm, the ergonomic shape of the Razer DeathAdder Chroma provides an impressively comfortable gaming experience.  With its rubber side grips, slightly indented left and right mouse buttons + 2 more easily accessed via your thumb and accurate scroll wheel this mouse design works a treat every time you play.

The popular Deathadder shape hasn’t changed much since the first blue version in 2006 but this latest Chroma version will also allow you to customise the LED lighting to match your setup perfectly and though this likely won’t effect your game to much you can even set it to run effects like breathing and cycling plus there is potential for developers at add effects that relay what’s going on in game which is pretty cool – red/blue when being chased by the cops in GTA 5 would be sweet.

 

 

Good Gaming Mouse – Logitech G402 vs Steelseries Rival

For those who enjoy the action of FPS (first person shooters) there is a stunning mouse by Logitech named the G402.

GGPOLLA few features make this mouse our top pick for shooters – the most obvious being the dedicated DPI shift or “sniper” button that when depressed lowers the mouse movement rate for you so you can aim smoothly for that perfect headshot.

The other feature (which is much harder to see) is the extremely fast and accurate turning this mouse offers by tracking multiple sensors at once.

This is much more than what mouse acceleration used to be as your movements are tracked via an optical sensor, accelerometer and a gyroscope.

Collectively, these three components allow you to turn quickly by simply moving the mouse quickly, as you do naturally while in the heat of battle while still enjoying the precision of slower movements.

We also put this mouse up against another favourite for the FPS spot, the SteelSeries Rival 300 to see what people thought about this and it sure seems to be a popular move by Logitech.