Microsoft SideWinder X8 Wireless Gaming Mouse Review

Posted: Mar 23 2009, 8:07am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 1:32pm CDT, in News | I4U Gadget Reviews

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Today we are looking at the Microsoft SideWinder X8 wireless gaming mouse. This is the first gaming mouse from Microsoft to use its new BlueTrack technology sensor.

The wireless mouse promises 30 hours of gaming per charge, uses a recharge system that lets you play, and charge the battery at the same time. The mouse also has 12 programmable buttons and macro capability.

Review excerpt: "Two things that don't often go together in the same sentence are gaming mouse and wireless. There have been some wireless gamine mice over the years with varying degrees of success. Microsoft has debuted a new wireless gaming mouse called the SideWinder X8 that I will be looking at today. The mouse uses Microsoft's new BlueTrack Technology sensor as well. Is the mouse any good? Read on to find out." Read the full Microsoft SideWinder X8 gaming mouse here.

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