Thermaltake is back with another product design made in conjunction with BMW Group Designworks USA. The last time we saw a design tie up between these two companies was the Level 10 case that was so cool. The new product is a gaming mouse the goes along with that Level 10 gaming case called the Level 10 M Gaming Mouse.
The new Level 10 M Gaming Mouse will come in multiple colors, including black, white, and military green. The mouse has a laser sensor engine with 8200 dpi sensitivity and a graphical user interface to allow sensitivity adjustment between 800/1600/3200/5000 settings up to the max 8200 dpi. The mouse has four different lighting effects regions with seven color options each to allow for customization.
The angle and height of the mouse can be adjusted, and it connects to your computer with a USB plug. The Level 10 M Gaming Mouse is 147 mm long, 67.5 mm wide, and 38.8 mm tall. The mouse also has an open design that allows air to flow through to keep your hands cool. There are open sections on top of the mouse that allow the air to reach your palm. The base of the mouse is made from aluminum, and it has seven buttons with five of them programmable. Pricing and availability are unknown; the mouse went official at CeBIT 2012.
Via - slashgear
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.
Source : ubergizmo
LG has been actuation its kind of 3DTV as House 3D, and now it has slipped the theatre enatic language onto another pic, the 1mm fine LCD bezels it has dubbed “Cinema Display”. It claims this run brings the see finisher to the building, but that’s not the only new dimension for 2012. LG declared it give provide Treble Roleplay, where it uses polarized glasses to let two distinct players see exclusive their appearance on the fraught covering at erst in games that reinforcement it. Vizio demonstrated the much clip with those razor wispy bezels once CES is truly current, for now defend after the holdup for the push relinquish. [engadget]
MSI has this week added a new laptop named the MSI GT783 to their range which they say is currently the worlds fastest gaming laptop. The new MSI GT783 is equipped with a second generation Intel Core i7 quad core processor as well as Nvidia GeForce GTX 580M graphics, and has achieved 16,000 points on the 3D Mark Vantage high resolution test and surpassed the 3,000-point mark in the 3D Mark 11 test, say MSI.
The GT783’s is also fitted with a SteelSeries keyboard which is fully backlit and comes with anew ergonomic design that includes improved key placement with easier access to the WASD cluster, enlarged CTRL and ALT keys, and 3-zone backlit illumination with various light modes and 7 colour options.
Other features on the MSI GT783 include two regular speakers and subwoofer, USB 3.0 ports, eSATA, Bluetooth 3.0, HDMI 1.4 and VGA video outputs, HD webcam, 9-cell battery, and Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium 64 Bit OS.
The new MSI GT783 gaming laptop is now available to configure and starts at $2,300.
Source: Laptop Magazine
If you’re an Android gamer you should be happy to know that Gameloft will be offering a special sale during New Year’s weekend. All of its paid titles in the Android Market will go on sale for only $0.99, including its latest release Modern Combat 3: Fallen Nation.
The sale will begin on Thursday, December 29, 2011 at 10:00am PST and continue until the following Thursday, January 5, 2012 10:00am PST. Some of the popular titles to go on sale include Asphalt 6: Adrenaline, Modern Combat 2: Black Pegasus, N.O.V.A. 2 HD, Order & Chaos Online, and The Adventures of TinTin.
All titles will be priced at $0.99 throughout the sale period with the only exception being Modern Combat 3. This latest release will go on sale for just one day.
Good news US gamers, if you were slightly jealous at your friends over in Europe who might be enjoying Hori’s Fight Stick for Ultimate Marvel vs Capcom 3, and you’re looking to take your gaming experience to the next level, it seems like the company has released the game controller for the US market.
Much like its Europe release, the Fight Stick features a montage of characters from the Ultimate Marvel vs Capcom 3 game on the base of the controller. It will also feature a joystick along with eight trigger buttons and a start button that should be able to replace your controller. If you’ve ever grown up playing games in the arcade, we don’t see why Hori’s Fight Stick can’t bring back those memories. The Fight Stick will be available for both Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 at $149.99 each from Hori’s website.
Dell has just taken the wraps off a brand new addition to the Alienware family, hailing it, rather poetically, as “a serenade to raw gaming power.” It’s called the Alienware Aurora, and it’s staring at you with a Cylon-like grin in the image above. Beneath its menacing veneer lurks Intel’s six-core, 3000 series Core i7 CPU, an X79 Express chipset and quad-channel DDR3 memory, all of which are kept in check by Dell’s liquid cooling and active venting technologies.
The Alienware Aurora gaming rig also supports both multi-display and 3D configurations, with GDDR5 memory-laced graphics cards.In person you’re not slaked, you can always get under the outlaw and repairman with it yourself, without equal busting out your tool track. The Alienware Aurora is lendable now for prices play at $2,200, so hit up the inspiration circuit for statesman information.[ engadget ]
If you active in the US and tally been patiently ready work the ROCCAT Isku gaming keyboard and peripherals to drive the US. You gift be gratified to copulate that ROCCAT leave be incoming in the US in earlier 2012, bringing Teutonic profession to US gamers.
The ROCCAT keyboard includes 12 programmable F-keys along the top, with a new Easy Shift[+] application for up to 36 macros, modern opposed ghosting, telegraph routing channels and the knowledge to programme quint profiles that can be switched at the exhort of a button.
René Korte, ROCCAT Founder and CEO explains:
“Pro gamers in other parts of the world already know what our gear can do,” – “Now’s our chance to share that excitement with American gamers. We’re bringing a bold innovation to the table that sets us far apart from other gaming companies.” – “Our engineers create the technology and look that today’s sophisticated gamers crave. We can’t wait to team up with US players and strut our stuff.”
ROCCAT will launch its US operations during January 10-13, 2012, at the CES in Las Vegas.
The Kinect entered the Guinness World Records this year for being the best-selling consumer electronics device, and while that may be true you might notice there isn’t a lot of support for the motion controller, especially when it comes to triple A titles. In fact there are only a handful of notable games that currently make full use of the Kinect. Personally, more Kinect-modified-PC games than Kinect-enabled games on the Xbox 360 come to mind when I think about the Kinect. It looks like that all might change.
It has been reported that Microsoft has set new requirements for games on the new Xbox – apparently they want to make sure that all games will make full use of its voice recognition and motion control capabilities in the future. Microsoft will even be helping developers by providing tools to aid in the development process. Now let’s hope developers can find clever ways to implement Kinect usage in their games for the next Xbox. How many of you own a Kinect, and how often do you play Kinect-based games?
Source : kotaku
Sennheiser has launched their latest headset, and this one is designed for Microsoft’s Xbox 360, the Sennheiser X320 gaming headset, and it comes with XL designed ear cups which are supposed to provide extra comfort.
Other features on the Sennheiser X320 gaming headset include noise canceling microphones, dual game and chat volume controls, and a mute microphone feature that is activate when the microphone is swivelled back.
The Sennheiser X320 are available now for $150, you can find out more information over at theSennheiser website.