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Gigabyte is one of those companies that when you hear their name you know they will have something good. We all know Gigabyte for producing some of the top motherboard and GPU's on the market today, but Gigabyte has stepped into new territory with the Gigabyte Fly headset. This one is designed for the music lover in mind, not the gamer or PC enthusiast. The Fly is a lightweight headset designed for style and comfort as well as audio fidelity. The Fly has a stylish aesthetic, from the rhombus pattern on the headband to the brushed metal ear cups. It lets you make a statement while listening to some good tunes. The Gigabyte Fly weighs in at only 79g for long use without fatigue. The Fly sports a 40mm Neodymium driver that has a frequency of 15000-20000 Hz with a sensitivity level of 122 dB/mW. Before we start this review here is a word about GIGABYTE.
Thor is one of the most popular and powerful gods of the major mythologies. He is also part of modern daily life, since the fifth day of the week, Thursday (Thor's day), is named for him. Thor is the thunder god in Norse mythology. Thor also had a famous weapon, his hammer, named Mjolnir. Thor had a goat-driven chariot that created the noise of thunder, when rolling across the sky. The lightning bolts were caused by the hurling of his hammer. Gigabyte has become a major player in the gaming arena, especially with the influx of their high end Avia gaming mouse and keyboard series, which are products geared toward the high profile gamer and enthusiast. Today I have the pleasure of bringing you a new arrival from the Gigabytes Force series, the Gigabyte Force M7 Thor Gaming Mouse. The Gigabyte Force M7 Thor gaming mouse is geared toward the more cost conscious individual who is looking for a professional grade gaming mouse that’s straightforward and reliable, but will focus on their fundamental needs only. Join me as we take an in depth look at the Gigabyte Force M7 Thor Gaming Mouse to see if it brings "Thors Hammer" down like its namesake to create an exciting gaming experience.
How many of you remember the the Speed Skating at the last winter Olympics? As a young man during my High School years I did some speed skating of my own... strapping on those skates and racing against others on the clean fresh ice was an exhilarating and rewarding experience, especially when I won. If the conditions of the ice beneath my feet were right, and my skates were sharp it was easier to get in "the zone." The slightest tweak could help me out-maneuver, speed past, and beat my opponents to the finish line. When gaming on a PC you also look for those same slight tweaks that might help you get in the zone and provide that extra edge over your opponents.