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A4TECH V3 Bloody Gun3 Gaming Mouse
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If you've ever gone shopping for a gaming mouse, you've seen the myriads of different options that are available, from multiple buttons, to high-DPI sensors, and tons of other things. Ultimately, one needs to look at what you play for games the majority of the time to pick the right mouse for you, as some features are more applicable depending on what you play. A4Tech developed their V3 Bloody Multi-Core Gun3 gaming mouse with shooters in mind, and that shows in every aspect of this mouse. From the packaging to the features, this is definitely a FPS's mouse. In this article, Benchmark Reviews tests the A4Tech V3 in multiple FPS games, as well as in general computer tasks.

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Razer Ouroboros Elite Gaming Mouse
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In 2009, Razer started working on a mouse with some ambitious goals. It would be a gaming-grade, wireless hybrid mouse. It would be ambidextrous, even adjustable - allowing the user to create that perfect fit. It would pack in the latest sensors and gaming technology, complete with a cloud-based driver solution. Three years later in late 2012, Razer finally released the Ouroboros. As soon as it was released, it quickly sold out of stock online and in stores and has since disappeared from regular channels. At Benchmark Reviews, I was lucky enough to get my hands on a Razer Ouroboros gaming mouse and take it for a spin.

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Genius Gila GX Gaming Mouse
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For several years, Genius has been manufacturing quality computer peripherals and decided, in 2011, to leverage its years of experience by creating the GX Gaming series, which currently consists of mice, keyboards, headsets, speaker systems, and mouse pads. The Genius Gila, which Benchmark Reviews will evaluate in this article, is the company's latest foray into the gaming mouse market. This mouse boasts a 12-button design and offers desirable gaming mouse features such as adjustable weighting, on-the-fly DPI adjustability, and user-defined macros. The Genius Gila GX Gaming Mouse looks good and its features sound good, so read on and find out if it really IS good.

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AZiO Levetron GM533U Gaming Mouse
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Choosing a gaming mouse nowadays can be rather difficult. Especially with the many compelling options and special features offered by multiple manufacturers. Above everything, a gaming mouse must be comfortable, durable, have programmable buttons, and a reasonable dpi range. Most modern mice come with extra features such as wireless functionality, adjustable weight, customizable lighting, and even onboard memory for button profiles.That being said, a particular model may tick all the boxes, and still be imperfect. There is a certain X factor when it comes to mice and other gaming peripherals; it just has to suit the individual using it. As a result, this article will necessarily be somewhat subjective. The mouse under inspection is one of the few offered from AZiO. The GM533U appears to have ticked many of the boxes but should you pick this one over the many other alternatives from reputable gaming brands? Benchmark Reviews takes the Levetron GM533U for a spin to find out.

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Gigabyte Aivia Osmium Mechanical Keyboard
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It is now common to see gaming peripherals in the marketplace that originate from manufacturers that are originally known for producing high-quality computer components. Gamers certainly welcome this trend, and we all hope that it continues because the end result is that we have many outstanding options from which to choose. Being one of the manufacturers that is known primarily for producing motherboards and other computer components, Gigabyte has quietly been providing us with some solid peripherals. Its latest keyboard entry, the Gigabyte Aivia Osmium Keyboard, is, clearly, very well constructed, boasting Cherry MX Red mechanical key switches. There are a number of other mechanical keyboards out there from which to choose, and Benchmark Reviews will explain why the feature-rich Gigabyte Aivia Osmium mechanical gaming keyboard should be among those on your consideration short list.

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Das Keyboard Model S Professional
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Metadot's Das Keyboard is one of the most recognized keyboards on the mechanical keyboard market. The Das Keyboard has become one of the standards to which all other mechanical keyboards are compared. The question that Benchmark Reviews will be trying to answer is Metadot's keyboard "The" keyboard to have or is it just another mechanical keyboard in the growing market of mechanical keyboards aimed at both the gamers and the professionals. In this article Benchmark Reviews tests the Das Keyboard Professional Model S Mechanical.

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Rosewill Gaming Keyboard RK-8100
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Despite being a PC gamer since receiving MechWarrior 2: Mercenaries for my parents' ancient Epson back in 1995, I've never really had a keyboard specifically designed as a "gaming" keyboard. They've always been generic office things from Microsoft or Logitech. At a relatively low $24.99, Rosewill targets this well-featured peripheral at the budget-conscious gamer. It features a number of bells and whistles to appeal to a gaming audience. In this article, Benchmark Reviews tests the Rosewill Gaming Keyboard RK-8100 (model RIKB-11003).

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A4Tech Ultracore3 V7 Gun3 Gaming Mouse
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Being an enthusiast doesn't necessarily mean pouring an incredible amount of money into a hobby. While going to a web site that sells computer components, sorting by "Highest Price" and just adding everything at the top of the list to your cart will probably result in a fast computer (probably...) I'm not sure if that is what defines an "enthusiast." Sometimes finding those products that ride that price/performance line, getting the absolute most for the money spent - that's where enthusiasm can be found. A4Tech, a company with 25 years of experience with mice and other peripherals, has just released a new line of gaming mice that Benchmark Reviews is going to take a look at today. First up, the A4Tech Ultracore3 V7 Gun3 wired gaming mouse - let's see what A4Tech has in store for gaming enthusiasts...

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Thermaltake Level 10M Gaming Mouse
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A couple of years ago, Thermaltake entered into a design collaboration with auto maker BMW, resulting in the impressive and very expensive Level 10 computer case. At $800 retail, it didn't sell very well, but it did make its mark as one of the most innovative and dramatic computer cases ever produced. The same design aesthetic is evident in Thermaltake's latest collaboration with BMW, the Level 10M Gaming Mouse. The box boasts that it's "Born to be seen", but of course what really matters is how it performs, and Benchmark Reviews is here to find out just that.

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