Cyber Snipa Stinger mouse unveiled

Posted on Wednesday, Apr 02 2008 @ 13:40 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
Cyber Sports released a new laser mouse for gamers, the Cyber Snipa Stinger.
The Stinger packs a serious punch with onboard memory; macros can be recorded and set to any of the 6 customizable buttons of a macro profile. With 3 separate profiles, easily accessible with the push of a button, the Stinger gives the possibility of a staggering 18 onboard macros at any one time!

The Stinger also features fully adjustable dpi. The software allows the user to select 4 different dpi levels, ranging anywhere from 400 to 3,200 dpi, which can be cycled through by pressing the mouse’s dpi button. Ambient light indicators show the current dpi setting so the user is always fully informed without the distraction of having to look away from the on-screen action.

In addition to swag of features, the Stinger is custom engineered with the very best components. The gaming grade laser engine operates at over 7,000 frames per second, offers a maximum of 3,200 dpi and features a super fast USB report rate of 1,000Hz, meaning the response time drops from the standard 8ms to 1ms! This, along with the ultra wide 16 bit data path, means the Stinger can track up to 45 inches per second!

The Stinger’s weight is also customizable; 7x20g weights are housed in the underbelly of the mouse, totaling the possible weight variation to 140 grams. The tilting scroll wheel completes the full range of features, granting the Stinger a total of 9 buttons!

The product is available in Europe for 39.90EUR.

  • 7,080 frames per second
  • Up to 3,200 dpi laser engine
  • Tracking speed of 45 inches per second
  • 9 buttons, 6 of them macro programmable
  • 1000Hz (1ms) report rate
  • 8kb of onboard memory
  • 16 bit ultra wide data path
  • 7 removable weights (20g each)
  • 4 super size Teflon feet
  • System: Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows Vista
  • Connection: USB

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    Thomas has been messing with computer since early childhood and firmly believes the Internet is the best thing since sliced bread. Enjoys playing with new tech, is fascinated by science, and passionate about financial markets. When not behind a computer, he can be found with running shoes on or lifting heavy weights in the weight room.

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