Microsoft IntelliMouse gets new in-house sensor and RGB LED

Posted on Tuesday, December 11 2018 @ 13:45 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck
The IntelliMouse Pro popped up on Microsoft's Chinese webshop. This new model adopts the PixArt PAW 3389 PRO-MS, which is a custom-design optical sensor developed by Microsoft. The wired peripheral weighs 132g (104g without cable) and retains the familiar IntelliMouse shape.

It has customizable DPI of up to 16k, a 125 to 1000Hz polling rate, 12,000 max fps, Omron switches, and a braided cable.

You can get the mouse in two colors: dark sand and silver. There aren't a whole lot of special features here, except that the rear of the mouse new sports a fancy RGB LED.



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