Tesoro announced it will soon release a rubberized Black Edition of its Shrike H2L laser gaming mouse:
Tesoro Technology USA Inc. – leading manufacturer of Gaming peripheries – is releasing today Shrike H2L Laser Gaming Mouse: Black edition. Shrike stands for a concealed weapon used for throwing and considered to be best equipment with stealth techniques. By throwing knives at opponent, it creates confusion or nuisance, allowing wielder to assume more assertive position in combat.
Due to the popular demand, Tesoro added a modified version of H2L Shrike Gaming Mouse to come with rubberized coating, improved full color LED lighting and coated in black. One of the main advantages of Shrike is its full ergonomic design, making it one of the most comfortable gaming mice in 2013. It has athletic and attractive design featuring full color programmable illumination effect. Through its programmable software UI, and build in 128Kb memory, users can define up to 5 sets of mouse mapping, 40 macro keys, game script settings and illumination effect control. With high quality grade laser sensor, max customized resolution can reach up to 5600 DPI. Additional user control options include shooting speed, a tool for FPS fans to fine tune the shooting speed and ensure optimal click rates and Lift off distance setting that allows user to design how sensitive the laser sensor is.
It comes with adjustable weight system up to maximum of additional 35g of custom weights for setting up the most comfortable grip that gamer prefers. Thanks to the position of 8 fully programmable and independent buttons and rubberized thumb grip, it is both sleek and possess human ergonomic design.
To ensure that Shrike has long life-span and fantastic durability, Tesoro added Omron Switch Technology to add the clicky feel with superb durability and gaming grade chipset. Together with smooth Teflon feet, which provide maximum sliding control, and braided cable – Shrike is built to last for years.
Shrike H2L: Black Edition will be available in January and will be addition to the current model, also carried throughout 2014.