Here's our latest round-up of the best gaming mice you can - and should - buy in 2019.
Logitech has announced the new G604 Lightspeed gaming mouse.
Blue have announced that their new Yeti X condenser microphone will be the first integrated with Logitech's G-Hub software kit.
HyperX have shown off their first Qi charging-enabled wireless mouse at this year's Gamescom.
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My Logitech Pro G wireless mouse has been my go-to mouse for a while and, at a glance, the G502 Lightspeed wireless mouse seems like a perfect successor.
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Amazon's Prime Day sales event has kicked off and if you've been eyeing an upgrade to your existing Razer DeathAdder, now might be a great time to pull the trigger.
If you're looking for a mouse that'll help you take your gaming experience to the next level, these are the mice you'll want to consider.
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