Sharkoon shows off the Shark Zone M50, a feature-rich gaming mouse for budget-minded users. It has a 8200dpi Avago ADNS-9800 laser sensor, on-the-fly DPI adjusting, seven buttons, onboard memory for macro and profile management, interchangeable side panels for grip adjustment, and an illuminated Shark Zone logo. The peripheral will be sold for 39.99EUR.
A Strong Piece of Hardware
Make something here: The Sharkoon SHARK ZONE M50 simply looks good. With our SHARK ZONE logo on the surface, the discreet yellow LED lighting and the typical yellow cable gives the mouse a trendy yet classy look on your mouse mat. The black side panels and the distinctive surface gives off an unmistakable style.
Best for Gamers
The SHARK ZONE M50, however, does more than just look good. With the interchangeable side panels, the M50 is customizable so that the mouse is a perfect grip for your hand. The base is constructed from aluminium alloy and the Avago ADNS-9800 sensor provides up to 8,200 DPI. Durable Omron switches in the left and right mouse buttons ensure long-lasting gaming fun, while five mouse feet ensure optimum gliding.
The exterior of the SHARK ZONE M50 is not the only thing configurable. The software allows individual adjustments to six different DPI steps. Also available are settings for the polling rate, double-click and scroll speed as well as angle snapping and individually adjustable axis sensitivity. However, the SHARK ZONE M50 can do even more.
Macros Make it Possible
Whether repetitive office work or difficult key combinations while gaming, thanks to the customizable SHARK ZONE M50 you will never have to worry about this again. You can program each of the seven buttons with click, macro, keystroke, or multimedia commands through the gaming software and save complete game profiles within the onboard memory of the M50. Once configured this ensures easy execution of complex keyboard sequences including delays and mouse clicks.