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BladeHawks GM-X6 Review
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BladeHawks GM-X6 Review

The Basics: Up front, this review is not the norm for me because the manufacturer approached me, not the other way around. During testing I couldn’t help but consider how ballsy a move it was to provide me a copy for review, because I’m always going to find something to nitpick about and then I’m going to make it ...

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Anker Gaming Mouse Review
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Anker Gaming Mouse Review

The Basics: $15, medium right-handed ergo mouse. 92 grams, SPCP6651 sensor. Selectable colors, (not RGB) with soft--touch plastic all over. Why was I interested in this mouse? Two reasons, shape/size looked good, and it is the cheapest mouse I’ve seen with tensioned clicks. Time in use prior to review was 4 days. ...

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Redragon M718 Storm Rage Review
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Redragon M718 Storm Rage Review

The Basics: $20 RGB mouse with 3325 sensor currently advertised as ambi on Amazon (actually ergo) and only has thumb buttons on the left. Weight is 122g out of the box. Primary clicks are 20M-rated Omron switches (7N). Huano “reds”for DPI and unidentified brand for the side buttons, but they feel like the Huanos. ...

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Ludos Flamma Gaming Mouse Review
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Ludos Flamma Gaming Mouse Review

The Basics: Ergonomic, RGB with lights for logo, scroll wheel and skirting, medium size, right-handed mouse. Soft touch plastic finish all over, 3325 sensor, 20M omrons (D2FC-F-7N). Weight is approx 120 grams. Time in use prior to review was two days. The Neutral: I think this mouse could be superb for ...

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Logitech G Pro Wireless Review
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Logitech G Pro Wireless Review

G Pro Wireless (GPW) This is a long review, not just because I have a lot of notes, but because the review detail should be somewhat proportional to the price tag involved. Expectations were very high with this mouse and at initial unboxing I was disappointed by the generic shape and feel. However, the ...

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Logitech G403 Review
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Logitech G403 Review

I’ve never written up a review of the G403 despite having more time with it than any other mouse in the last 4 years. As the era of the G Pro Wireless dawns, I’ve returned to the G403 for the last 4 days in order to better gauge Logitech’s product evolution. The Basics: Medium-Large right-handed ergo mouse, 6 ...

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Giyach Ergonomic Optical Gaming Mouse Review
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Giyach Ergonomic Optical Gaming Mouse Review

Yeah, yeah. It’s not the Logitech G Pro Wireless. And yeah, most mouse enthusiasts don’t give a *bleeeeep* about cheap mice, but if it looks like a good design, I do. The Basics: Medium-sized, 85g right-handed ergo mouse. Shape is very similar to the good old Intellimouse. Soft touch rubber on top, ...

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Logitech G203 Review
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Logitech G203 Review

The Basics: Wired 85g (one zone) RGB, ambi-shaped mouse, two thumb buttons left side, DPI button on top, 6000 DPI Mercury sensor >200IPS/>25g tracking. Primary clicks rated 10 million clicks, feet rated for 250km. Customizable polling rate up to 1000hz. Time in use prior to review was 91 days. The Middling: ...

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Steel Series Rival 110 Review
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Steel Series Rival 110 Review

The Basics Med-sized, 90g, ambi-shaped mouse with 2x thumb buttons on the left side and a DPI button on top. Uses the “TruMove1” sensor that goes up to 7200DPI & 240IPS. RGB, optional software. 30m switches. Textured plastic sides, roughened matte plastic on top. Even though it carries the Rival name, it looks ...

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Amazon Basic’s Gaming Mouse Review
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Amazon Basic’s Gaming Mouse Review

ON BASICS Gaming Mouse (Hereafter referred to as the ABGM - feel free to skip to the bottom and save yourself the reading/rant) The Basics Large, heavy ergo mouse aimed at palm grip types. 50m omron clicks. 108g out of the box without cable. The sensor…don’t want to talk about it right now. This mouse is currently ...

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