CORSAIR K63 Wireless Mechanical Keyboard & Gaming Lapboard Review, gaming from your sofa!

Presenting the wireless living room gaming PC kit

Corsair K63 Gaming LapboardTwo years ago, the “Steam machine” craze motivated several manufacturers to conceive an innovative new device: the lapboard. This accessory is intended to allow keyboard and mouse aficionados to game in their living room while maintaining maximum comfort. The Corsair Lapdog, Razer Turret, and Roccat Sova were among the first of this type of product to become available.

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Best Gaming Mouse 2018 Full Buying Guide

PC gaming now represents a large percentage of the gaming industry’s market share and has inspired many companies to manufacture accessories and peripheral devices for this segment of the market. The plethora of products being offered however are not all of equal quality. Low-price gaming mouse have a “gamer” look to them, but do not offer the build-quality, pointer precision and customization many gamers are looking for.

Gaming Mouse

After all, the mouse is the main control device for PC gamers. If Sony, Microsoft and Nintendo invest so much time and money in developing their game system controllers, it is because the controller is the essential element in determining the quality of the user’s experience. As far as PCs are concerned, there are some manufacturers which dedicate the same amount of time, energy and ingenuity to developing the ideal gaming mouse, one which will allow a gamer to break records.

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Biostar unveils its new gaming mouse Racing GM5

Biostar is proud to present its latest model of peripheral for gamers with the most advanced mouse that Biostar has released to date : the Racing GM5, which has been designed and inspired completely in the spirit of high performance car racing. To this end it has been equipped with a cover made with carbon fiber that gives a unique and ultra precise feeling in the user’s hand when you are using it.

Racing GM5

For a while now, Biostar has been releasing a series of peripherals that, while we cannot really say are orientated towards the more seasoned gamers, there’s no denying that they are quite interesting, especially for the price at which they usually sell, which makes them a really interesting alternative for those users who are entering into the shifting sands of the gaming world and don’t have too much money to invest in their peripherals. Or for users who are sporadic gamers and are not willing to spend the small fortune that higher end devices usually cost, however much they promise that with them you will become the king of frags at midnight.

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Roccat Leadr Wireless Gaming Mouse: The Rival to the Razer Mamba and Logitech G900 in Our Hands-On-Test

With its new Leadr, Roccat is launching its attack on the wireless sector. To aid it in that cause, it has been armed with the brand new Owl-Eye sensor that sports a whopping 12.000 DPI resolution as well as a lift-off sensor. The Hamburg based company is entering the 2,4 GHz game pretty late and thus has to compete with products like the Razer Mamba and the Logitech G900. But they have some aces up their sleeve in the form of Shark-Fins and X-Celerator-throttles. The Roccat Leadr in its first hands-on review. By Benjamin Kratsch.

Design wise, the Roccat Leadr borrows from the Tyon and brings with it all of the Tyons strengths: Good ergonomics, decent size, and a whole load of features. It offers an impressive 14 buttons, among which is the iconic shark fin, the “Hamburger, the X-Celerator thumb switch, and the thumb button named “Easyshift-Plus”. Roccat are staying true to their “more is more” philosophy with this one and keep including lots of buttons and controls on their mice whereas Logitech, for example, stripped down their G900 to only six buttons.

Roccat Leadr Wireless Gaming Mouse

We were not able to have too many sessions with the Leadr but we found that Battlefield 4 fans will almost certainly be excited about the return of the X-Celerator as an alternative method for flying planes and helicopters. This feature is also available for controlling gun on tanks in Battlefield 1 while driving. It can also be used for switching between ducking and crawling without having to play finger-twister on your keyboard. If you want to make reloading feel more tactile and want to be less reliant on your keyboard you can also assign that task to the X-Celerator switch. You have to be careful though because if you simply let the switch snap back to the middle position it is likely the also trigger whichever command you assigned to the other direction.

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Best Gaming Mouse Under 50 dollars 2018; The right one for you is listed here

Gaming Mice are as much important for a gamer and a PC enthusiast as the GPU or the processor. It is also the subject people care about the least. Lags when playing Counter Strike is measurable.

When you are playing a demanding game or running a benchmark you can clearly see the FPS or the score to come to a conclusion about your laptop of your PC. For gaming alone, the results can be usually very conclusive.

The thing we tend to miss out on is the actual gaming experience. Do you miss your enemy, even when you thought he was directly at your crosshairs? Do you tend to play games on “Easy” setting because you just can’t handle the game’s difficulty? There are many reasons why this can happen. High pings, display latency, human error but more often than not the reason is sitting right under your nose – Your mouse.

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G.SKILL MX780 RGB, Gaming mouse with good price quality

G.SKIL, the manufacturer we are used to seeing manufacturing PC components, specially RAM memories, has been devoting some time to create peripherals offering the highest quality with medium grade materials at an attractive price. Today we will speak about the MX780RGB mouse, a gaming mouse with 8200 DPIs, it is configurable and meets perfectly all expectations.

Value for money

Despite its simple packaging, the box design attracts your attention. It also allows you to see the content via its front cover, ie, the mouse itself, two weights of 4.5 grams each, two broad sides (For left or right handed) and a height control key for the mouse itself. Also in the box we find some of the features offered by the product.

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Cherry MC 4000, a High Precision Gaming Mouse

High performance periferics specialist Cherry has announced the launch of a new mouse to join their wide catalog, the Cherry MC 4000. This mouse is aimed at Professional Gamers and users that require maximum precision, which is why it uses the manufacturer’s best optical sensor.

The optical sensor Cherry installed in the MC 4000 has it’s pros and cons. The biggest pro is absolute precision, at any speed and on any kind of surface that is not reflectant (like all optical mouses). The con is that it’s only capable of running at two resolutions: 1000 and 2000 DPI. This huge limitation exists to make sure the sensor’s precision is absolute. Also, it has two different lights, red light at 2000 DPI and blue at 1000 DPI. It has a button next to the scroll wheel that changes the resolution easily.

Cherry MC 4000

One interesting feature is that the manufacturer installed teflon feets that cover the whole perimeter of the mouse’s base, in such a way that it’s always supported on sliding material so it slides perfectly at all times. I can’t remember any mouse of any manufacturer with this base disposition.

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Razer Diamondback Gaming Mouse Review

Razer Diamondback Gaming Mouse

When you have been dedicated to a game for a while, you get the hang of it and you knows how to respond to each situation almost instantaneously, and to show that knowledge, skill and hours of play, you need your tools respond as due.

There is no need to have pro-grade peripherals, but a minimum of quality with which to fight your enemies to death almost without them knowing what hit them, and when you play at a certain level online, that requires pinpoint accuracy and speed. You will find all these requirements met in the Razer Diamondback, a great fellow on the playing field.


The Razer Diamondback mouse is 12.5 cm long, 5 cm wide and 1.2 cm high, big enough for a hand to cover it just right, though I did wanted a little more height to finish embracing the mouse completely with my hand. It does not have the ability to vary its weight so it is always kept at 90g, which is just enough for it not look like a toy mouse. Finally, it has a cable of 2.1 meters in length, something I appreciated since the PC I have it’s located a bit far away from the mouse pad.

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Logitech G302 Daedalus Prime MOBA Gaming Mouse Review

Logitech has launched a new range of mice in which the brand goes back to its origins of improved optical sensors, and thus we find the Daedalus Prime, G302, as an input model. This model, focused on MOBA games, has 6 programmable buttons, internal memory to save the profiles there and a completely renovated software control. A simple but very well done model with excellent results for its game field.

Product Specifications:

  • Dimensions (H x L x W): 37 mm x 115 mm x 65 mm
  • Weight: 87 grams (mouse only)
  • 6 programmable buttons
  • USB connection
  • Resolution: 240 ~ 4000 DPI. optical Sensor
  • Response time: 1 ms (1000 Hz)
  • Maximum acceleration: 20 G
  • Extras · Software Configuration
  • Instant Change DPI

Presentation and detailed view

The Logitech Daedalus Prime G302 is the MOBA model that the manufacturer has launched in which the speed in clicks and instantaneous DPI change are its main features.

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