Puretrak is an American based company that manufactures their mousepads in the United States. The Talent pad is one of their most popular products and…View More Puretrak Talent Large Mousepad Review (Pink)
Endgame has made a name for themselves in the past two years and they’ve constantly gone back to revise the XM1. The shape has been…View More Endgame XM1r Review (Dark Frost)
Gamesense is a new entrant in the world of gaming peripherals and the Meta is their first mouse. The shape is clearly inspired by the…View More Gamesense Meta Review – A lighter S2 Alternative
Ninjutso emerged late last year with their announcement of the Origin One X. It promised a lightweight, wireless ergo that boasted a modern design without…View More Ninjutso Origin One X Review the best budget ergo wireless?
Pwnage gained some fans in the enthusiast community with the Pwnage Ultra Custom Wireless, a mouse that had a lot of customization options, good wireless…View More Pwnage Ultra Symmetrical Wireless Mouse Review
Logitech was light years ahead of their time when they released the original G Pro Wireless in 2018. At that time there was a lot…View More Logitech GPW Superlight is the best wireless mouse
The Logitech G Pro X Wireless Superlight may be the most hyped mouse of 2020. It’s got so much momentum behind it for a reason,…View More Is the Logitech GPW Superlight better than the original?
The Glorious Elements Ice pad attempts to fill an undeserved niche in the mousepad market, a fast smooth cloth pad that doesn’t sacrifice speed for…View More Glorious Elements Ice Mousepad Review
Glorious has expanded their gaming mice program to the point where we’re getting several releases every year. The Model O Wireless represents their first foray…View More Wireless on a Budget – Glorious MOW Review
Just wanted to share a review of the Esports Tiger Neon Pad in Large after using it for a few days. I been trying several…View More Esports Tiger Neon Mousepad Size Large Review
From the first leaks, we knew that the Burst Pro was going to be a departure from Roccat‘s past designs. Its their first lightweight ambi…View More Roccat Burst Pro Review – One of the best for Claw grip in 2020?
HyperX just launched their first foray into the lightweight gaming mouse market with the Pulsefire Haste. While upon first look it may look like yet…View More HyperX Pulsefire Haste Review – A Consistent 59g Performer
As 2020 is drawing to a close, Black Friday and Cyber Monday deals are still around the corner. The list will be continually updated as…View More Massive Black Friday and Cyber Monday 2020 Gaming Mice and Keyboard Deals
Cooler Master gained a lot of new attention with their MM710 and MM711 release. The MM720 continues to cater to fans of lightweight mice with…View More Cooler Master MM720 Glossy Black Review – A Sturdy Small Ergo Gaming Mouse
X-raypad set out to make a super smooth and soft pad with the Minerva and they’ve definetly achieved that, delivering one of the smoothest feeling…View More Xraypad Minerva XL Mousepad Review – Super Soft
X-Raypad first made a splash with their Thor mousepad and have since quickly expanded their offerings. The Equate Plus is kind of in the middle…View More X-Raypad Equate Plus XL Review – A Slighty Faster Control Pad
The initial announcement of the G-Wolves HSK was shrouded in mystery. All we knew was that it was a 39g mouse but the reveal of…View More G-Wolves HSK Fingertip Grip Mouse Review – A 37g legend
Since the first press release announcing Vaxee, anticipation had been building for their first product launch. Zowie is a legendary name in gaming mice and…View More Vaxee Zygen NP-01 Review – The First Mouse from the team that founded Zowie
When it comes to the classic egg shape mouse, Logitech has lead the way. But now that they’ve gone away from their OG shapes, other…View More Cox CM600 Gaming Mouse – The Lightest Egg shape mouse on the market
For smaller handed gamers, 2020 has offered up a wealth of choices in terms of mini-size mice. G-Wolves followed up their ergo shaped Skoll…View More G-Wolves Hati-S Stardust Review, 48g lightweight gaming mouse