How To Choose A Gaming Mouse
Feb 11, 2011 6:06 PM - PCWorld Video
No gamer would be caught dead using that stock two-button mouse. Let gaming correspondent Sean "Day" Plott walk you through how to select (and tweak) the right gaming mouse for you.
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