Plenty of PC gamers will have you believe that for a decent gaming mouse, you’ll need to part with a fair sum of cash. Well, to that end I present Trust’s no-frills GXT 922.
With key features such as a 7200 DPI sensor, an aggressive design and some RGB lighting, it looks to be a respectable option for casuals and those on a budget.
The GXT 922 is available from Trust’s own website for £22.99, undercutting key big-name rivals such as the Logitech G203 Lightsync by a tenner or so.
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