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Logitech has launched an updated version of its G502 Proteus Core gaming mouse from last year, one that ships with the addition of controllable lighting. The G502 Proteus Spectrum gaming mouse retains the same specifications and features as the original model of high-performance mouse, except that Logitech has introduced RGB customizable lighting, allowing users to change the color of the LEDs to match their desk or home office's color scheme.
On Thursday, the FCC granted final approval to the forthcoming 12.9-inch iPad Pro and the optional drawing stylus accessory, the Apple Pencil, ahead of a projected November launch. Previously, the FCC had issued approvals for the Magic Keyboard and Magic Mouse 2, but to date there's been no sign of paperwork for the Magic Trackpad 2. The iPad Pro-exclusive accessory the Smart Keyboard has also seen FCC approval, but Apple has recently noted that it will only be available in US format for the time being.
Apple has launched new "Magic" accessories for the Mac, shortly after they surfaced in code for the OS X 10.11.1 beta. The Magic Mouse 2 and Magic Trackpad 2 improve upon the original versions of each peripheral, while the Magic Keyboard joins the Magic range, with all three incorporating reusable lithium-ion batteries rechargeable over Lightning within two hours, replacing the previous reliance on removable AA batteries.
A discovery deep in the codebase of the latest OS X 10.11.1 beta has revealed that Apple is planning to refresh it's "Magic" line of peripherals, including a new Bluetooth keyboard, mouse, and trackpad that will now include integrated rechargeable batteries instead of using replaceable ones, and take advantage of Bluetooth Low Energy (4.0) to dramatically improve battery life. In addition, Apple may have added its "Force Touch" technology, which allows for simulated "deeper" clicks, to the trackpad and mouse.
Those dipping their toes in the PC gaming arena have undoubtedly heard of Razer, a brand nearly synonymous with gaming. The company rose to such levels on the back of peripherals, specifically its growing line of mice. In June, Razer updated its 2012 Mamba mouse model with two new versions sporting a new laser sensor capable of tracking dots-per-inch (DPI) levels up to 16,000. Does the wired version -- dubbed the Mamba Tournament Edition (TE) -- offer a significant enough change to entice consumers to scoop it up, or will the insanely high DPI levels push people away?
Logitech Gaming continues to expand upon its peripherals line, with each one looking to fit neatly into a breadth of gaming needs. Building from a few simple gamepads to keyboards utilizing fresh, new technologies, Logitech continues to focus on its gaming arm with impressive results. After the previous release of two excellent mouses from the company, could the multiplayer online battle arena (MOBA) Daedalus Prime mouse bring something unexpected, or would it be a step backwards from the professional gaming-grade devices created thus far? Find out in our review.
Peripherals manufacturer Razer has revealed an update to its Mamba gaming mouse. The latest incarnation of the mouse is claimed to possess the "world's most precise gaming mouse sensor," with the 5G laser sensor capable of tracking at up to 16,000 dpi, can have its tracking set at 1dpi increments instead of the usual 50dpi jumps, and is capable of tracking the distance it is lifted off a mousing surface as precisely as 0.1mm, allowing for a more precise lift-off cut-off.
Logitech has unveiled another gaming mouse in its range of high-performance peripherals, this time with a high DPI optical sensor. The G303 Daedalus Apex's Delta Zero optical sensor is able to offer a dpi range from as low as 200 to 12,000 with zero smoothing, tracking movement at 300 inches per second and is also able to be tuned to operate optimally with the mousing surface being used.
Last, but certainly not least on our list of giveaway items today is the Penclic B2 Bluetooth mouse. This isn't your average, every day basic Bluetooth mouse, though. This mouse takes computing to the next level by harnessing the natural power and dexterity in our fingers and hands and helps to prevent Repetitive Strain Injury. Read on to learn more, and to find out how you can win.
Cooler Master announced today that it is bringing two of its PC cases that focus on minimal design and noise reduction to North America. The Silencio 352 and 652S are on their way to vendors now, says the company, meaning the ATX and Mini-ATX tower cases will be made available to consumers soon. Both of the cases make use of sound-dampening panels in various places in the case, including the side panels and front door.