Alienware 720M wireless gaming mouse

Alienware 720M wireless gaming mouse
Alienware is a well-known name in PC gaming mostly for its prebuilt gaming PCs and laptops. But the company, which is actually Dell’s gaming branch, also offers peripherals. Today, we’re going to be checking out the Alienware 720M tri-mode gaming mouse.The 720M is a subtle, competitive-style gaming mouse. The tri-mode aspect refers to the three different connection possibilities: Bluetooth, 2.4Ghz wireless, and wired USB.You can find the 720M on the Alienware website for $149.99, but if you act quickly, it’s currently on sale for $129.99. So let’s see what it’s all about.What’s in the box?Image: Alex Gatewood / KnowTechieMy first impression of the 720M upon opening the box was that it is a very sleek and stylishly designed mouse. It’s long and skinny, only about two and a half inches wide. It has a smooth, white finish with the...

How important is a good mouse and keyboard in gaming?

The Razer Huntsman Mini and Razer Viper V2 Pro (Image via Razer)
The keyboard and mouse are the primary input devices of a PC and make a big difference in making or breaking the gaming experience. When PC gaming becomes a hobby, getting the best component for every setup aspect turns from a want to a need. Gaming mice and keyboards must be comfortable, accurate, and long-lasting while adding some personality to the setup. But how important are they in adding to a user's gaming performance? Upgrading to gaming mouse and keyboard should not be top priority [embed]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GBYHBy6mQcA[/embed] Most manufacturers add the term "gaming" to their products to cater to a broader audience, even if the quality is not up to the mark. There are thousands of keyboards and mice on the market that are unsuitable for gaming but can still be used by casual gamers...

Logitech Lift vertical ergonomic mouse: Fixing wrists at a good price

Logitech Lift vertical ergonomic mouse: Fixing wrists at a good price
Ever since I got a vertical mouse about 6 months ago, I’ve been using it daily and never looked back. My wrist was starting to “itch” inside, so I had to do something quickly before it develops into something more serious. The mouse of my choice at that time is the Logitech MX Vertical. At the time of purchase, the mouse was already discontinued so I had to buy from some other retailers that still have leftover stock. It’s not perfect and it was rather expensive. Then recently, Logitech announced their new vertical mouse – the Logitech Lift Vertical Ergonomic Mouse. It’s cheaper, fixed a lot of issues, and has a lot of upgrades over the MX Vertical. So in today’s video, I’m going to share my user experience after using the new Logitech Lift vertical mouse for the past 2 weeks. Also, treat this as a review plus comparison with the...