Looking for a great all-rounder mouse, which doesn’t discriminate between left and right handed gamers? The Thermaltake Black Element is it.
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Gaming mice can command pretty high price tags, but the latest product from Thermaltake’s TT eSports range manages to keep the price down without sacrificing features. This translates to an ambidextrous design, with a big scroll wheel and smattering of side buttons. It has 128MB of memory onboard, which can be used to store macros (allowing the mouse to retain macros between computers).
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