Every PC gamer needs a good mouse, and the Logitech Wireless Gaming Mouse G700 more than fits the bill. You get thirteen programmable controls and buttons, easily allowing you to map complicated in-game commands and macros directly beneath your fingertips to be executed with a click. It's got a matte black finish with a few green LEDs and a tiny wireless USB receiver, and is super responsive with 1,000 reports per second from the high-precision laster tracking. It's even got enough onboard memory to store commands for up to five different game profiles. The Gaming Mouse G700 usually sells for $100, but Amazon is currently selling it for $84.82, a 14% discount.
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Microsoft’s gaming mouse, the Sidewinder, has been unleashed. The device is cusomizeable for every game with its advanced software and accessories. It features three presets for switching between 400, 800, and 2000 dpi, or you can set it to your own specifications. It also has a one-button touch to Explorer games in Windows Vista. The mouse itself has weight cartridges, replaceable feet for glide, a wide metal scroll wheel, and an LCD display on the mouse itself. The Sidewinder carries a MSRP of $69.99 at Best Buy.
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