Named after the mythological Norse god of thunder, the peripheral is a low-cost choice for the gamer who doesn’t care for high-end features. Check out our test.
We tested this new mouse for MMORPGs and RTS games with a 5,700 dpi laser sensor and nine configurable buttons from Genius’s GX Gaming line. Check it out.
The Aivia line presents an ambidextrous mouse with 8,200 dpi of resolution and an innovative system of interchangeable under plates. Read our evaluation.
We tested this new mouse with a 4,000 dpi optical sensor and the same Easy-Shift[+] technology from the Kone[+] model, also from Roccat. See how it fared on our analysis.
Three years later, the company releases an enhanced version of their first Sentinel Advance gaming-grade mouse, now with an 8,200 dpi laser sensor. Check out our test!
We tested this mouse with 15 programmable buttons for RPGs and strategy games. Check it out.
We tested this new mouse with a special button for precision shooting in FPS games. Check it out.
Mad Catz’s Peripherals Division, Cyborg, releases a mouse with 78 programmable functions and a reshapable body for online RPG fans. Take a look at our test.