We’ve seen several large companies branch out into various areas of the market, and certainly into the gaming peripheral realm. Gigabyte is one such company, historically known for motherboards and graphics cards, but looking to make a mark through both its Aivia gaming moniker, and standalone AORUS spinoff. It’s an interesting setup, and we haven’t seen many gaming peripherals from Gigabyte of late.
However, with the Raptor gaming mouse, Gigabyte is targeting a rather specific crowd in the gaming world: those who want a claw-style rodent. We don’t see many of these, and the Raptor looks sleek and comes with a few interesting features. Not only is it a claw mouse, but it’s also nearly ambidextrous. Interesting, to be sure.
But will it alienate mainstream users, or zero in on those who want something special? Let’s take a closer look at the Gigabyte Raptor gaming mouse and make the call.