Gigabyte Ghost Xtreme Gaming Mouse Review

Posted: Mar 30 2010, 8:00pm CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 8:18pm CDT, in News | Review Ticker

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Benchmarkreviews published a Gigabyte Ghost Xtreme Gaming Mouse Review

Quote from review: “When you think about Gigabyte, motherboards usually come to mind. Fierce business competition can force a company to branch out, which is why Gigabyte works with many different products such as PC graphics accelerators and PC peripherals. Gigabyte sent Benchmark Reviews their latest gaming mouse. With a pro-laser 6000 DPI sensor, 32KB built-in memory for combination macros, customizable buttons and a very appealing design, the Gigabyte Ghost Xtreme appears as a very interesting product for hardcore gamers. Benchmark Reviews tests the Gigabyte GM-M8000X Gaming mouse in this article to see if this new contender is good enough for PC gamers.”

Read full Gigabyte Ghost Xtreme Gaming Mouse Review at benchmarkreviews.

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