New review by me on Technogog:
“I’ve got another gaming mouse for review today from our friend at Allreli and it’s a laser gaming mouse that has a unique look to it with plenty of LEDs making it fairly bright. It’s a gaming mouse so it does have customization options like programmable buttons and the ability to create macros, change the DPI and even have separate profiles. It’s not a bad mouse overall, but it does have some small issues. Rad on to learn more… ”
another new review by me… with many more to come hopefully..
“Up for review today I have a gaming mouse, but this one has lots of buttons, and I mean a lot of them numbering at eighteen in total. The mouse is from UltechSmart, it’s called the Venus, and it’s a gaming mouse for MMO type games but you can use it for anything of course. The mouse is very configurable with five profile options and virtually an unlimited number of colors to choose from and there’s even a weight kit for even more customization to make the mouse your own. I’ve been using the mouse for a while now and I like it a lot, it’s not bad, read on to learn more.. ”
Lasers…. gotta love them….
“It’s been a long time since I’ve reviewed any lasers, and I’ve missed it honestly, I love them. I have no real use for lasers, but it’s a guy thing, they’re just cool. Up for review today I have the TS 302 green laser which is 532nm and 5mw power, but it can be focused from a thin beam to more of a wide beam. This type of laser can be used for many things, but it doesn’t burn like you might expect. Read on to learn more… ”
All my lasers have died, I need a new one.. I don’t know why I need one, I guess I just want one really… The new Inferno looks awesome.
Forged in the fires of a living star, the Inferno is the world’s most powerful handheld red laser, with a beam so intense it will bring light to even the darkest reaches of our Universe.
The Inferno paved the way for the iconic S3 design – crafted from aircraft grade aluminum, it is virtually indestructible and undeniably larger-than-life. Our engineering ensures that the beam of your Inferno never fades; it maintains the same powerful beam throughout its battery life, never flickering or waning. It’s a steadfast companion that never lets you down.
With 9 unique operating modes including Strobe, Constant Wave, SOS, Beacon, Tactical and more, every one of our customers has found unique and practical ways to channel their laser’s power.
Lock and Secure
As the saying goes, with great power comes great responsibility. These powerful devices are not toys and are for adult use only, so we’ve built in cipher-locked SmartSwitch technology to give you full control over who can access your laser. Each Inferno laser comes equipped with a pair of LaserShades, tactical holster, Panasonic battery and charger.
New review by me..
"Today for review I have an inexpensive laser gaming mouse, at least I think it’s a laser sensor, it might be optical. The mouse says laser sensor, the packaging on the front says laser sensor, but on the back it says optical. The sensor in the mouse goes up to 3200dpi, no it goes up to 2800dpi, no it goes up to 200dpi. Yeah I don’t know what the sensor levels are, there are three different labels with different DPI levels listed. The mouse also has adjustable weights in it, just kidding, actually no it doesn’t, the packaging says it does but in reality it doesn’t. Yeah this is ridiculous, read on if you want, if not then don’t… "
News review by me!
Review Link: http://www.dragonsteelmods.com/cherry-zf-5000-wireless-laser-mouse-review/
"When you think of the company Cherry you think of mechanical keyboards or at least I do as that’s what they’re most known for. Did you know that they also make many other products besides mechanical keyboard switches? Today for review I have the Cherry ZF 5000 wireless laser gaming mouse that features adjustable DPI of 800 and 1600DPI and of course a laser tracking sensor for the best possible movement detection. The mouse is very unique looking, it kind of looks like a bug honestly, but it works very well and I’ve become rather fond of it. When it comes to wireless mice it’s hard to find a decent one, especially when it comes to gaming, but I’ve had no issues with it at all, tracking is excellent, it responds to any movements with no lag that I noticed. So read on to learn more…"
Review Link: http://www.dragonsteelmods.com/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=17276&Itemid=1
"Arctic Cooling changed their name to just Arctic; they’ve diversified into much more than just cooling as they had been. Today for review I’ve got the Arctic M551 Wired Laser Gaming Mouse that features adjustable DPI settings, a laser sensor for accurate tracking and an ergonomic design. The M551 is also very inexpensive, especially when compared to other gaming mice on the market today. So let’s just get into… "