OC3D Best Of 2011 Awards
Published: 30th December 2011 | Source: OC3D | Price: |
It's rare we find a product that completely nails everything, but the SteelSeries Sensei is in that elite group. It looks gorgeous in its brushed chrome finish. It's so comfortable you can use it all day, every day, without issue. Most importantly though it's the most customisable mouse we've tested. No matter what you wish you could do it, it's all possible with a combination of the brilliant mouse and the SteelSeries Engine software. It might be a little pricey but it's worth every penny. Read our review here.
Gigabyte Aivia M8600
As more and more mice seek that miniscule edge we see less and less wireless rodents. So imagine our delight at discovering the latest mouse from Gigabyte, the Aivia M8600, was not only wireless but had the best solution to the problem of charging and swiftly swapping batteries we've ever seen. Lots of customising options and great performance merely add to its charm. Read our review here.
CM Storm Xornet
When we think of the Xornet the first word that springs to mind is cheeky. It's like a little Terrier. Small, outstanding value but not lacking in ability. Yeah it doesn't light up and there isn't really much to it beyond being a comfortable, good performing mouse. But that's the charm of it. The Xornet is pared to the bone and none the worse off for it. We like it very much indeed and if you want to know how much your game can be improved by a good sensor but haven't the money to go for a £60+ mouse, this is definitely the chappy for you. Read our review here.
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