The fact that Acer can make extremely unusual gaming mice, we were convinced in the review of the Predator Cestus 500. But today we'll take a look at Acer's more classic Predator Cestus 310 gaming mouse. This is a relatively inexpensive mouse with an ergonomic design, a Pixart 3519 optical sensor with a resolution of 4200 dpi, and a backlight.
Today, the test is a Logitech G512 Carbon gaming keyboard with brown GX Brown switches, LIGHTSYNC RGB-controlled lighting, a USB adapter port, and other interesting features.
We have already tested quite interesting Corsair gaming mice-remember at least the M55 RGB Pro or the Harpoon RGB Wireless. Today on the test – an affordable model on the Pixart 3327 sensor worth a little more than two thousand rubles. It is called Katar Pro.
Logitech can't be blamed for not being able to make gaming mice. Rather, on the contrary – this brand often set the fashion and created models, the success of which many tried to repeat (of course, in most cases-unsuccessfully). Today we will test the mega functional Logitech G502 model with a HERO sensor with a sensitivity of 25 thousand DPI, a pack of additional buttons, an "inertial" scroll and removable weights. Intrigued? And so do we, so let's get started.