Logitech G900 Review | Ultimate Wireless Gaming Mouse

Wireless mice has almost always been perceived as “not good enough for gaming” or “still not there yet when it comes to serious or gaming applications”. Well, we’ve had our time with the Razer Mamba Chroma and we thought it was a step in the right direction for true wireless gaming mouse. Albeit, requiring improvements in several aspects of design. Such as, the wireless transmitter and receiver department. Though today, we think we may have found, I kid you not, possibly the best wireless mouse I’ve ever laid my eyes and hands upon. Ladies and gentlemen, today we’re taking a look at the Logitech G900 Chaos Spectrum. The wireless mouse that’s aiming to dethrone it’s wired counterparts and giving them a solid jab in the jaw for giving it the “wireless mouse handicap”. more “Logitech G900 Review | Ultimate Wireless Gaming Mouse”

BenQ Zowie Gaming Mouse Comparison | FK, ZA, EC Series

We’ve all heard of BenQ when it comes to monitors. But, most people would be surprised when told that they make gaming peripherals as well. They include, mice, mouse pads and even gaming monitors. Alongside other uprising brands in the market, BenQ has been really aggressive in pushing its own line of monitors alongside it’s gaming peripherals under the brand Zowie. On the contrary, they are quite popular in the e-sports scene. Especially when it comes to CS:GO. more “BenQ Zowie Gaming Mouse Comparison | FK, ZA, EC Series”

Marvo Scorpian Review | M315 Gaming Mouse + G1 Mouse Pad Combo

We had reviewed plenty of gaming peripherals so far. But, most of them usually cost upwards of 100$. Do not fret, as we’ve not forgotten about you guys. So, we’re taking a look at something more affordable for those whom are looking for something more budget. Today, we have the Marvo M315 Gaming Mouse and G1 gaming mouse pad combo. It costs around RM50 for the set here in Malaysia and approximately 22USD. Pretty affordable and accessible I’d say. more “Marvo Scorpian Review | M315 Gaming Mouse + G1 Mouse Pad Combo”

CM Storm Trigger Z Review

We’ve reviewed the Quickfire TK from Cooler Master before. This time, we’re taking a look at the Trigger Z. It’s a full size mechanical keyboard and has been around for quite awhile, but no one can resist getting their hands on a good mechanical keyboard. It’s mainly constructed out of plastic polymer materials with pretty decent build quality. It’s coated with a soft touch finish that’s pretty scratch resistant. On the bottom we get numerous rubber feets to keep the keyboard from sliding around. Even the extendable feets are rubber capped to keep it from sliding around when they are extended. Something the Corsair K70 lacked before. more “CM Storm Trigger Z Review”

CM Storm Devastator II Review | $30 Gaming Keyboard Mouse Combo

We’ve seen plenty of gaming keyboards and mice for as long as we’ve been here. But I do admit we’ve been lacking some content for the lower budget range. So, today we’ll be taking a look at the Cooler Master Devastator II Mem-chanical keyboard and mouse combo. They cater really well in the low budget arena and are a good choice for those wanting an entry into the gaming scene but don’t want to spend too much as gaming equipment can or are considered quite expensive. Especially those very good ones. I would say it’s a good birthday or Christmas gift to your budding gamer kid should he want to delve into the gaming scene. more “CM Storm Devastator II Review | $30 Gaming Keyboard Mouse Combo”

Mionix Castor RGB Review | Gaming Mouse

Build for right-handed gamers which the ergonomic cater to all type of grip like palm, claw and fingertip, even the ring finger and pinky finger has a special groove to rest on making it comfortable to use. To maximise the grip on the mouse top surface Mionix added 4 layers of rubber coating, so it will last longer than conventional single coat and is soft to touch on. The thumb area has a rubberise texture surface to lock your thumb into position and stay put. more “Mionix Castor RGB Review | Gaming Mouse”

Razer Death Adder Black Edition Review | Gaming Mouse

Razer released the Death Adder Black Edition some time back, so today we’re going to take a look and see if it’s still relevant in today’s standard. It shares the same design with the regular Death Adder like the shape, size and button placements. It really suits palm grip style users like me (Ariff). The difference is in the finish. It has a matte black and grey design that is much stealthier and grippier. Matte finishes always appeal to me as I don’t have to worry about taking care of the surface too much.

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