Whether your playing World of Warcraft, Sims, Angry Birds, Diablo III (when it arrives) Premier Manager 2012 or Mass Effect you know that it’s 75% skill and 25% equipment that decides your fate and playing with the same mouse you update your bank account with just isn’t going to cut it.
You can spend anything from £40 to £80 on a pro gaming mouse and if you can justify the cost they are available and SteelSeries do an amazing job, see our blog on the new range here, but there is also other options for the starter to more serious gamer.
So what are they?
Trust have recently launched an affordable priced range from the compact and versatile 400-3200 dpi GXT 23, the GXT 31 with built-in customisable weights and onboard memory to the higher end 450 to 3600 dpi GXT 33 with multicolour LEDs, smooth gliding Teflon feet and software for programming 7 buttons, speed settings and custom macros.
Trust GXT Gaming Gear are available via Amazon UK where more detail and full specifications can be found on the individual product pages that can found in one list directly via this link: http://amzn.to/TrustGXTGamingGear