technic3d.com: The Cyber Snipa Sonar 5.1 USB-Headset arrived Technic3D. Technic3D will see as good they are with eight speakers against a Stereo Headset with two speakers.
techwarelabs.com: Artiom checks out the latest gear from Cyber Snipa to enhance your game. Want to mark your opponent for death and paint the map with their gibbs? Check out the Stinger mouse which comes complete with weights and enough bling to pimp your game in any setting. We personally love the target emblem blazing in the back. Come get some!
pro-clockers.com: The new Stinger from Cyber Snipa shares the weight system of the Logitech G5 and G9. This was enough to make me want to review it. This is not the only similarities between the two but can Cyber take the similarities and take it a step further?
ocia.net: The Cyber Snipa Stinger is a laser mouse, which provides much more precise movement than a standard LED optical mouse, and supports multiple dpi settings including a default 400/800/1600/2000 with continually adjustable sliders up to a max of 3200. With as high as 1000Hz (1ms) report rate, the Stinger gives you over 7,000 frames per second with a tracking speed of 45 inches per second. There are nine buttons with six of them being programmable using the included macro editor.
techpowerup.com: The Cyber Snipa Pro Gamer Mouse Matt is a perfectly sized cloth pad. It is surprisingly thin and comes packaged in a clear tube. The image on the pad gears this surface toward FPS gamers. The slighly rough surface may take a bit of getting used to, but actually works quite well. We take three different mice for a spin on the surface. The Cyber Snipa pad is sized perfectly for mid range gamers while still being small enough for high sensitity players and big enough if you use low sensitivity settings.
tweaknews.net: For $20, the Scout webcam is worth the purchase. It takes good still shots, decent video, and has a built in microphone. Its small size makes it ultra portable and I would have liked to see Cyber Snipa include a carrying case. It stays put when clipped onto an LCD monitor but can also stand on its own. For basic webcam functions it works great.
rbmods.com: In the world of computer gaming, the gaming mouse is becoming more and more specialized and customizable to give you an edge against your components. Cyber Snipa, makers of a wide range of gaming accessories, has released a new mouse, the SWAT Laser Gaming Mouse, which has some unique features that claim to enhance your gaming prowess. Will their claims prove to be true? We are going to take a look at this mouse and see how it handles in gaming and everyday usage.
tweaknews.net: The S.W.A.T. performs as well as any other laser mouse on the market and has a lot to offer for a reasonable $30 US switchable 800/1600 DPI modes, seven buttons, onboard memory to save preferences, sleek looks, and a comfortable shape. As great as it performs in games it will also serve well as a mouse to use while doing basic things such as web surfing.
viperlair.com: In use, I found the gamepad to have a slight learning curve or perhaps an adjustment period would be a better way of putting it. I can?t say it improved my game, but having the extra keys within easy reach was certainly nice and if you push the keyboard out of the way you do get a lot more room on your desk for your mouse.
viperlair.com: Gaming is good with this mouse; like any new mouse, it won't turn you into Jonathan Wendall overnight (Ed - not even his mouse does that!) but the Cyber Snipa Intelliscope is certainly a good mouse to game with. For a few games, I already have multiple sensitivity set-ups for each weapon within that game, but there are a few games out there which cannot offer this. The Intelliscope offers you on the fly changing between 1000 DPI and 2400 DPI which will get around this limitation in certain games.
atruereview.com: Every craftsman knows they are only as good as their tools. Bad tools make the job more difficult to perform. A gamer's tools are his keyboard and mouse. With respect to a mouse, every point that doesn't track could be the difference between winning and losing. Flexiglow, a manufacturer of gaming and modding devices, has launched their new laser gaming mouse, the Cyber Snipa Intelliscope. Using a laser that that provides 2400 DPI promises to make it a solid choice for gamers.
modthebox.com: The Cyber Snipa 2 is quite compact for the number of buttons it gives you. It has a quality feel to it; to put this observation into perspective, it weighs as much as low cost full sized keyboards at a fraction of the size. There is a key on the Cyber Snipa 2 to fill the needs of any possible FPS game bind and the wrist wrest is thin but comfortable.