Roccat have this week launched their new Savu mid-size hybrid mouse, which was first unveiled back in February of this year. The new high-end gaming mouse is equipped with a 4000 DPI optical sensor, and the Pro Optic R3 sensor is fully adjustable, delivering true 400, 800, 1600 and 4000 dpi settings.
Together with Easy-Shift[+] technology for advanced button configuration, and a customisable lighting that allows you to choose from a massive 16.8 million colour options.
Roccat’s has designed its Easy-Shift[+] technology to enable users to assign up to 2 functions for each mouse button and 12 commands to the scroll wheel.
As a hard-core gamer, apparently you need a professionalgaming mouse, and if you prefer wireless way to enjoy your favorite FPS games, the following Cyborg R.A.T 9 may be more suitable for you.
Cyborg R.A.T 9 is a professional wireless gaming mouse that measures 6.7 x 2.4 x 8.5 inches. As we can see from the images, the wireless mouse features eye-catching modern design, and the built-in Zero Latency 2.4GHz wireless technology and twin eye laser sensor allow you to accurately move your cursor for precise aim even under wireless connection. With the help of Powerful ST programming software, you can create your own custom profiles and customize the 6 programmable buttons on the gaming mouse. Apart from that, the wireless gaming mouse also features multiple customizable parts for different users including custom weight system, interchangeable Pinkie grips and Palm rests.
Cyborg R.A.T 9 wireless gaming mouse is priced at $139.99 USD. If you’re interested, jump to ThinkGeek for more details.
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 Sentinel Advance 2 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 Sentinel Advance 2 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.
Gamers out there, if you’re into FPS (first person shooter) games that require quite a bit of sniping, you might want to take a look at Shogun Bros.’ latest offering which comes in the form of the Ballista MK-1 gaming mouse, a mouse which apparently has been designed for the sharpshooting gamer in mind.
What makes the Ballista MK-1 an apparent ideal gaming peripheral for gamers is its indepedent X and Y DPI settings. According to Shogun Bros., these independent settings will allow for more stabilized targeting which they’re calling a “precision sniping system”. The Ballista MK-1 will also feature a thumb selector for speed shooting, 5,700 DPI accuracy with 1,000MHz polling rate, 11,570 FPS, independent X, Y, and refresh rate indicator along with 11 macro keys spread out across the body.
Users will also be able to store up to 20 customized DPI settings for a variety of situations, such as for FPS gaming, MMO, RTS, RPG, and even regular desktop usage. Unfortunately Shogun Bros. neglected to reveal a price for the Ballista MK-1, but if you’re interested in picking one up for yourself, expect to see a worldwide release come Q2 2012.
SteelSeries has partnered with Team Fnatic to introduce the 7H Fnatic Limited Edition headset and Sensei Fnatic Limited Edition mouse. Both of them are housed in an ambidextrous, black, orange and white Fnatic color design and illuminated Fnatic team logo.
The closed-type SteelSeries 7H headset features 50mm dynamic driver units to deliver rich and detailed soundscape, from mood setting music to critical 3D positional sounds and alerts. It comes with unique SNDBlock hybrid ear cushions made of both cloth and leather for sound isolation from an inner leather layer and comfort from the outer cloth layer. The 7H Fnatic Limited Edition is priced at $139.99.
The SteelSeries Sensei, on the other hand, is one of the most customizable mouse. It is available in a Limited Edition Fnatic design transforming to an orange, black, and white ambidextrous force to be reckoned with and three zones of 16.8 million color illumination options, including on the Fnatic logo. The mouse is equipped with 32-bit ARM processor for sophisticated calculations that can be done directly on the mouse.Sensitivity settings can be changed in increments of one from 1 to 5,700 CPI, and an “overclocked” Double CPI feature that allows the user to go all the way up to 11,400 DCPI. The price is $99.99.
SteelSeries has today announced the arrival of their new SteelSeries Sensei gaming mouse which SteelSeries say is the most customisable mouse to ever hit the competitive gaming market.
The new SteelSeries Sensei gaming mouse is equipped with a 32 bit ARM processor, that can process sophisticated calculations directly on the mouse, without the need for software drivers or pulling processing power from your PC. The Sensei’s sensitivity settings that can be changed in increments of one from 1 to 5,700 CPI, and an using and “overclocked” Double CPI feature you can push it all the way up to 11,400 DCPI.
It also features 16.8 million colour choices that can be programmed in 3 different zones on the mouse. The SteelSeries Sensei gaming mouse is now available to buy of around $89.99 or €89.99.
The Logitech Gaming Mouse G300 features a sculpted, ambidextrous shape, so it is great for people with smaller hands, lefties, and those who prefer to play with a fingertip grip style. Measuring at just 112mm x 73mm x 35mm and weighing at 111 grams (with cable), the gaming mouse has a 2500dpi sensor that accurately tracks slow or fast movements on a wide variety of surfaces, and nine programmable buttons that are carefully placed to be easily reachable. You can program up to three profiles for individual players or games (keyboard macros and dpi settings), so you can play your way on other PCs. Assign one of seven colors to each profile, so you can easily see which profile you are using. The Logitech Gaming Mouse G300 retails for only $39.99 each.
SteelSeries announced its new Sensei gaming mouse, which is one of the most customizable mouse on the market. The mouse is equipped with 32-bit ARM processor that allows for the advanced SteelSeries ExactTech calculations to be done directly on the mouse doubling the sensitivity to 11,400 DCPI. Its laser sensor boasts 10.8 megapixel image correlation at up to 12,000 frames per second and the ability to handle tracking movements of up to 150 inches per second.
The Sensei has a metal, non-slip grip coating and three areas of illumination with16.8 million color options. It has on-mouse LCD display for easy configurations and customization. The Sensei has eight buttons and supports advanced macros with multiple layers and precise timing. You can find a gold-plated USB connector and double-braided nylon cord.
The SteelSeries Sensei will be available in September for $89.99.
Razer now ships $80 Orochi Black Chrome Edition mobile gaming mouse. The all-new Razer Orochi Black Chrome Edition is the latest update to Razer’s highly successful, diminutive yet immensely powerful mobile gaming mouse. The striking, glossy finish accentuates its ergonomic design making this the most desirable weapon for gaming on-the-go.
The Orochi Black Chrome Edition is the exact same mouse that shipped last fall, but with a much more vivacious set of duds. Aside from being fully capable of sneaking into either of your front pockets, this Bluetooth-enabled unit also touts an ambidextrous design, a 4000DPI laser sensor (with tracking at up to 100 inches per second), on-the-fly sensitivity adjustments and a gold-plated USB connector for those who’d prefer to roll wired.
SteelSeries, partnered with Blizzard Entertainment, introduces the Diablo III family of products, including Diablo III Mouse, Diablo III Headset and two Diablo III QcK mousepads – Witch Doctor and Barbarian Editions. These peripherals are co-designed with Blizzard with technology, hardware, and illumination features that support the look and feel of the Diablo III.
The Diablo III Mouse features a laser sensor with up to 5000cpi, 7 ergonomically positioned buttons with a guaranteed lifespan of 10 million clicks, ambidextrous shape and comfortable matte grip coating. It is s enhanced with “demon red” illumination in 3 areas on the mouse – the scroll wheel, CPI Indicator, and Diablo III logo. The mouse works with Windows PC and Mac. It is priced at $69.99.
The Diablo III Headset has a lightweight, over-the-head suspension design and comes with 50mm drive units to deliver optimized soundscape and an uni-directional retractable microphone system for clear voice communication. The headset also includes demon red illumination. With a total of 18 LED lights throughout the headset, the red glow is seen in two places each on the right and left side – surrounding the edge of each ear cup, and the three Diablo slashes. The price is $119.99.
SteelSeries’ QcK mousepad have a non-slip rubber base and comes in two Diablo III designs – Witch Doctor and Barbarian Editions. The former summons the cooler, green and purple tones that are linked to this new and powerful summoning character while the latter includes official character artwork of the barbarian class along with the deep reds and earthy tones associated with this brutal fighter. Each of them are priced at $14.99.