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Razer Stormtrooper Peripherals

Razer Stormtrooper Peripherals
$35-$100  Buy Comment

Gaming accessory maker Razer is offering a series of licensed Star Wars peripherals, including a Black Widow Lite mechanical keyboard, an Atheris gaming mouse, and an oversized Goliathus mouse/desk pad, each decked out in bold black and white theme inspired by Stormtrooper armor.

GlassOuse Assitive Bluetooth Mouse

GlassOuse Assitive Bluetooth Mouse
$499  Buy Link Comment

GlassOuse is a Bluetooth pointing device for people who have difficulty using their hands. It connects to devices just like a regular Bluetooth mouse. The original version has a bite switch; v1.2 lets users choose between a bite switch, a button or a puff switch.

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Razer HyperFlux Mouse System

Razer HyperFlux Mouse System
$250  Buy Link Comment

Like Logitech’s PowerPlay mousepad, the Razer Mamba HyperFlux mouse and Firefly HyperFlux mat use magnetic fields to charge the mouse while it’s on the mat. But the Mamba uses a capacitor instead of a battery for less weight. Plus, there are RGB LEDs around its border.

Logitech MX Ergo Trackball Mouse

Logitech MX Ergo Trackball Mouse
$100  Buy Link Comment

The new MX Ergo trackball comes with a magnetic plate that lets you choose between a flat or a 20º tilted position to suit your mouse usage. It also supports Logitech’s Flow software, which lets you transfer the cursor or files between two computers.

Razer Mercury Gear

Razer Mercury Gear
$60-$150  Buy Link Comment

If you’re sick of black and red gaming peripherals, check out Razer’s new Mercury gadgets. The white and chrome color scheme is available on the Black Widow X Chroma keyboard, the Kraken headset, the Lancehead mouse the Invicta mousepad.

Logitech PowerPlay Mousepad

Logitech PowerPlay Mousepad
$100  Buy Link Comment

A mousepad that wirelessly charges compatible Logitech Lightspeed gaming mice, even while you’re using the mouse. The mouse will also connect to your PC via the Powerplay’s USB connection, so the setup takes up only one cable and one port.

Deal: SteelSeries Gamer Bundle

Deal: SteelSeries Gamer Bundle
$125  Buy Comment

Gamers, upgrade your PC with a new keyboard, mouse, and headphones from SteelSeries. Drop by The Awesomer Shop to grab the speedy and responsive Apex 300 keyboard, accurate Rival 100 laser mouse, and awesome sounding Siberia 150 USB headset for 25% off.

Deal: Razer Diamondback Mouse

Deal: Razer Diamondback Mouse
$60  Buy Comment

The Collector’s Edition of the legendary gaming mouse offers an impressive 16,000 dpi laser sensor for precise control, and wicked fast acceleration. It has 7 programmable buttons, and slick, customizable lighting effects. Save 40% in The Awesomer Shop.

Swiftpoint Z Gaming Mouse

Swiftpoint Z Gaming Mouse
$149+  Pledge Comment

The Z combines a joystick, analog buttons and half of a keyboard in one familiar form. It has removable feet that adds tilt and pivot controls, while sensors add mid-air gesture detection. It also has two tiers of buttons above the left and right click buttons for easy access.

Logitech G900 Gaming Mouse

Logitech G900 Gaming Mouse
$150  Buy Link Comment

The G900 Chaos Spectrum is a impressively fast wireless mouse that uses the PMW3366 sensor, the same one that’s in the beloved G502 and other high-end gaming mice. It also has four removable side buttons and a USB cable for wired use and recharging.

KeyMouse

KeyMouse
$399  Buy Comment

Combining the control of a mouse with the functionality of an ergonomic keyboard, this unusual peripheral lets either lefties or righties control the pointer without having to take their hands off the keyboard. It’s up for pre-order now, but no delivery date has been announced.

Logitech M525 Mouse

Logitech M525 Mouse
$40  Buy Comment

The M525 may look like a typical wireless mouse, but it’s got one neat feature – amazingly low power consumption, able to last up to 3 years on two AA batteries. We bet these guys could even power it.

HP Wi-Fi Mobile Mouse

HP Wi-Fi Mobile Mouse

The HP Wi-Fi Mobile Mouse connects to your PC via Wi-Fi. No USB receiver means an extra USB port, which is great for laptop users. Also has a battery life of up to 9 months. Drops in June for $50.

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Razer Naga Molten Edition

Razer Naga Molten Edition
$80  Buy Comment

A special edition of the popular MMO-oriented mouse, it’s still the Naga you know and love – 17 programmable keys, 5600dpi sensor, MMO-specific apps etc. – but with awesome lava light effects.

Swiftpoint Compact Mouse

Swiftpoint Compact Mouse
$70  Buy Comment

Can’t stand your laptop’s trackpad, but can’t bear to lug around a full-size mouse? This finger-friendly wireless pen-mouse is small enough to track on the spare surface area next to your trackpad.

TactX Keyboard/Mouse

TactX Keyboard/Mouse
$99  Buy Comment

Alienware dives into gaming accessories with its own private label TactX Keyboard and Mouse; both sport customizable lighting, user profiles and buttons, albeit at a premium price.

Logitech MX 1100 Mouse

Logitech MX 1100 Mouse
$80  Buy Comment

Logitech’s MX 1100 mouse may not have the cachet of its Revolution series, but its features are top notch: fast scrolling, DPI switching and great ergonomics make this a must-buy.

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