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1600DPI Gaming Mice from Logitech and Razer

Swinging away from the usual hardware, today we're looking at two of the latest and greatest gaming mice from Logitech and Razer. In the left corner we have the Logitech MX518 and in the right corner we have the Razer Diamondback Plasma Edition. Both offer impressive features such as on-the-fly sensitivity adjustments and 1600 DPI accuracy. Which is the best for your gaming rig? Read on and find out our thoughts!

| Mice in Peripherals | Posted: Sep 4, 2005 4:00 am

Introduction

 

With all the emphasis on next generation graphics cards we need to take a step back and have a look at the other components of your computer system. What is one of the main reasons you buy such a high performance graphics card? The answer is easy - it's so you can have the best gaming experience possible. What good is having the best graphics card if you're playing the latest first person shooter with your ball mouse that came with your HP 10 years ago? Answer: not good at all.

 

Our good friends over at Webber4 Technologies (based out of Perth, Australia) have just launched their new site and went hunting for some products for us to have a look at. Logitech and Razer have just released some new hardcore 1600 DPI mice that are designed for the ultimate gamer, or those who have a few extra dollars to splash around and want their mouse to move as quickly as their graphics card.

 

We will be looking at the brand new Logitech MX518 and Razer Diamond Back Plasma Edition. Let's have a closer look at the mice and see what both companies are offering for all you gamers.

 

How much does it cost?

 

Logitech MX518 (931352-0403) Mouse

 

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