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Das Keyboard also reveals the M50 Pro gaming mouse

Posted on Tuesday, January 26 2016 @ 18:45:32 CET by


Another new peripheral in Das Keyboard's Division Zero lineup is the M50 Pro Gaming Mouse. This ambidextrous mouse costs $79 and features 9 programmable buttons, profile management, and a 6400dpi 4G laser sensor.
As the ultimate gaming sidearm, Division Zero offers the M50 Pro Gaming Mouse with a sleek ambidextrous design, premium materials, metal components and other advanced features to help users easily overcome their opponents. Designed for gamers who enjoy full control over their game cursor, the M50 is ideal for precise control and timing-based games such as League of Legends and DOTA 2. The M50 sports:

- Onboard memory and microprocessor to store up to 6 game profiles and individual settings
- 9 programmable macros buttons to perform complex commands with a simple keystroke
- 6400 DPI 4G laser sensor and on-the-fly adjustable DPI settings,
- 4D tilt scroll wheel for greater movement and easier maneuvering
- Warp-speed gaming capability with primary buttons that support 300 clicks per minute, and enhanced durability featuring a 20 million click life cycle.
M50 Pro Gaming Mouse

Furthermore, the Division Zero lineup also includes three mousepads; the 47W-Flex, Control, and Speed Mouse Pads.



 



 

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