Future Hopes for Turtle Beach

Over the course of this week I have continued my test of the Grip 500 laser gaming mouse and what I said in my earlier review continues to ring true. This is a great mouse for just about everything. Whether I am gaming, browsing the web, or editing videos, the Grip 500 can handle it all. This is a very good thing for many reasons and the most important one being that the Grip shows Turtle Beach is ready to make big waves in the PC world. By making a durable, multi-purpose mouse of this caliber without falling victim to flashy design gimmicks or the immediate desire to add a thousand different buttons, Turtle Beach looks to make a serious foray into the PC peripherals market. 

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