So you want to be a PC gamer, do you? If there’s one essential tool that you’re going to need then, besides a rock-hard butt to endure hours of playtime, it’s a good mouse. But after spending a ton of cash of a decent rig, you’ve only got enough money to eat dog food for the rest of the month. Fortunately, Steel Series has you covered with a budget version of their iconic Sensei mouse. Here’s how the clicker handles.
We all (should) have one. That surface that your shiny mouse sits on to avoid dust and grime and to give you smooth, even handling. But sometimes we neglect the mousepad: after forking out for high quality peripherals, your wallet might be screaming at you to just use that R30 brandless thing that came with your very first mouse.
…Some cold air. PC Gamers, look at yourselves, and more specifically, your hands. They’re dripping with sweat and what we hope is spilled mayonnaise, flinging fluids in every direction. No one wants to shake a clammy hand like that, and that means that your life is over, if we are to believe everything that happens in movies. Don’t you wish that you could avoid that?
Well, now you can, with this handy mouse that will keep your hands cool and dryer than a Stephen Wright punchline.
Lionheadâ€™s Peter Molyneux has compared Microsoftâ€™s full-body motion-sensing peripheral with the advent of the computer mouse, which also saw derision and a general lack of acceptance in its early days, in the land before time.
We have been accepting entries into what may have been our first ever hardware competition over the last week.
But now with that awesome Black Ops Prestige edition up for grabs itâ€™s time to wrap this one up and hand over the limited edition RUSE mouse to one lucky winner.
And that winner is Wade Kruger for being randomly drawn from the list of people who correctly stated that Megarom are the company responsible for distributing RUSE locally as well as supplying us with the prize.