There’s a subtle, unassuming, Indiegogo campaign for a new race of gesture-based input device called Flow. It is probably the most intuitive and precise controller of its type, and when it launches it may forever put an end to the use of the computer mouse.
Satechi hits back with a new 10-port USB 3.0 hub. This plug and play hub comes with nine USB 3.0 ports, one iPad-charging port, three switches that control each group of three USB 3.0 ports and its own power supply to guarantee electric current stability and the effective operation of all connected USB devices. The Satechi 10-port USB 3.0 hub retails for $59.99. [Product Page]
GIGABYTE has proudly introduced the FORCE M7 THOR Pro-laser gaming mouse. This high-end gaming mouse is designed with responsive buttons, reinforced USB cable, durable clicking lifespan, ideal shape and ergonomic grip. The GIGABYTE FORCE M7 THOR features a greatly improved 6000dpi advance laser sensor with 3-stage adjustment, offering lightning fast 12,000 FPS image processing capability for absolute control and precise mouse movement. Additional features include 5 programmable buttons with SIM software and a gold plated USB connector for optimum signal transfer. [GIGABYTE]
Buffalo Japan has recently introduced a series of new wired and wireless mice optimized for Windows 8, the BSMBB10N wireless mouse and BSMBU12 wired mouse. The Buffalo BSMBB10N wireless mouse supports both Bluetooth and NFC, while the Buffalo BSMBU12 wired mouse features a USB connectivity and the touch surfaces that let you perform gestures. Both mice measure 60mm x 35mm x 100mm and weight 58 grams. The Buffalo BSMBB10N wireless mouse and BSMBU12 wired mouse are priced at 3,465 Yen ($31) and 2,089 Yen ($26), respectively. Read more
Mad Catz Interactive has unveiled the new S.T.R.I.K.E.5 Professional gaming keyboard for PC. It is perfect for RPG, FPS, MMO, RTS, MOBA or any other video game genre. Using this gaming keyboard, you can customize your keyboard’s physical layout, backlighting, and programmable keys to meet your needs. The Mad Catz S.T.R.I.K.E. 5 provides 21 programmable macro buttons over three modes to create 63 user-definable commands. The keyboard also has nine programmable buttons on the E.Y.E. panel plus four more on the removable Function Strip, three controls on the palm rest, and five additional programmable keys on the NumPad. No word on pricing at this moment. [Product Page]