From: Steven Levitt
There's no excuse for keen PC gamers to be without a top-notch gaming mouse. A proper rodent can improve your accuracy, increase comfort levels and make games easier thanks to extra buttons, more features and better sensors.
If you've never considered a new gaming mouse then it can seem daunting, as there are loads of features to take into account – but we've explained them all here to help you make an informed choice. We've also rounded up some of our favourites to point your cursor in the right direction.
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Items that are bought by us when a purchase is made, this generally is for highly expensive items, items with a very slow run rate or speciality items
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What our customers say about us:
Google Customer Reviews
Good prices and online shopping but the showroom needs an big upgrade with better displays to look at while waiting for your parts.
Excellent prompt service, thanks.
Decent price, kept me updated with progress, well packed (and they chucked in some sweeties!) and good delivery. Great service overall.
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