Posts Tagged: mouse

The RBT Rebel Real 1.112 Mouse Review

The RBT (Right ‘Bove Touch) Rebel Real mouse is new to the market from a new company by the name of QuadraClicks Gaming, located in Los Angeles, California. They have gotten their start through an Indiegogo crowdfunding campaign and have been successful in getting their design manufactured and ready for public consumption. Read More

Patriot V560 Laser Gaming Mouse Review

Most of us know Patriot for their gamer series memory kits. Well, maybe we should be talking more about their peripherals. In 2015 the big wigs at Patriot Memory LLC decided it was time to venture into the peripherals market and developed the V760 keyboard, V360 headset, and the V560 gaming mouse. When Patriot asked if Overclockers.com would be interested in reviewing the V560 and V760 naturally we obliged. You’ll have to wait for the V760 keyboard in a later review because today we look at the V560 laser gaming mouse. Read More

GIGABYTE XM300 Gaming Mouse Review

Welcome Overclockers to this edition of “In Review”. Today’s review will be the Gigabyte XM300 Gaming Mouse. There are a plethora of gaming mice out there to choose from, so why should you choose the XM300? Well, pull up your chair, get your favorite beverage ready, and lets look at what Gigabyte has to offer with their XM300. Read More

Mionix Naos 7000 Mouse Review

The Mionix Naos 7000 mouse is a variation on the same theme as the Avior 8200 we reviewed previously. The main element that sets this mouse apart from the mischief is its ergonomic, full palm design which also means it’s for right handed users only. Hopefully, cutting out 15% of the population doesn’t prove detrimental to the function of this mouse. Read More

Mionix Avior 8200 Mouse Review

Mionix began making gaming peripherals in Sweden in 2007 and their designs have a simple elegance that is iconic of the region. The Avior 8200 gaming mouse is no exception with it’s minimalist looks while being feature rich for the most discerning gamer. Read More

Cooler Master Storm Inferno Mouse Review

Cooler Master has another addition to their Storm gaming product line, the Inferno mouse. For hardcore gamers, the right peripherals can make a huge difference in performance and comfort, so not just any old mouse will do. Although it only has 4000 DPI (the Sentinel Advance has 5600 DPI) and no weight adjustment, the Inferno promises to be more than just good looks. Read More