I remember buying a Microsoft gaming peripheral almost ten years ago now. It was a Microsoft Sidewinder Joystick that I barely used because I realized a week after I bought it that I was not into flight simulations and using joystick to play first person shooters is a joke.
Microsoft has built a good reputation for making game peripherals and it is banking on that reputation to sell its new product — a gaming mouse. The company recently announced the Microsoft Sidewinder Gaming Mouse. The new product promises to have superb handling and highly customizable Among its features will be on the fly DPI switching,adjustable weights, interchangeable feet and even macro recording. It also boasts of an instant turn feature that will make your online character turn 180 degrees with just one press of a button. The Microsoft Sidewinder Mouse is expected to retail for $79.95.
[tags]gaming, Microsoft, Microsoft Sidewinder Mouse[/tags]