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Genius' newest Traveler mice comes with an innovative optical scroll mouse that's touted to be one of a kind - and we do agree on that.
Those who hate the idea of using a notebook's touchpad and needs a portable mouse will love the Genius Traveler line of mice.
It started with bleeding edge mice that led the competition but now, Razer has gone on to adopt a wider product portfolio and the latest is the Razer Pro|Type professional keyboard.
Satisfy your desire for speed with Genius' Navigator 335: a mouse with an adjustable DPI, a programmable Keystroke button and a highly suggestive carbon fiber body.
Those of you who want to have a different kind of mouse will surely love the unique proposition offered by Genius' Navigator 380: a mouse that also functions as a VoIP phone.
Shedding the typical low profile and ambidextrous compatibility for a more comfortable grip, the DeathAdder is the latest gaming mouse from Razer.
Microsoft has finally introduced a mouse meant for gamers. Produced in partnership with Razer, the Habu inherits the best of both worlds - Razer precision and Microsoft comfort.
Logitech's latest breakthrough in pointing device technology has spawned two new wireless laser mice with ultra smooth looks and an even smoother scroll. Experience the MX and VX Revolution right here.
Logitech has finally replaced the aging G1 gaming mouse with the G3 - everything the G1 was, plus an updated 2000DPI laser tracker.
Want to have an "unfair" advantage? The new A4Tech X-750F offers a fast response rate with a "button" that puts other mice to shame.