SPC Gear LIX mice feature Onyx White design

Posted on Wednesday, October 07 2020 @ 15:21 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
SPC Gear introduces LIX, a new series of gaming mice with a honeycomb-shaped "Onyx White" design. The LIX Onyx White (32EUR) features the Pixart PMW3325 sensor while the LIX Plus Onyx White (44EUR) uses the Pixart PMW3360.
SPC Gear, the gaming label of the European manufacturer SilentiumPC, presents the new Onyx White version of its ultra-light gaming mice LIX Plus and LIX. The name LIX has its origins in Roman and stands for the number 59, which in turn stands for the total weight of mere 59 grams of the featherlight gaming mice. SPC Gear has developed both the LIX Plus Onyx White and the LIX Onyx White for games that require quick response times, high speeds and precise directional changes. This is realized by utilizing the Pixart® PMW3360 on the LIX Plus Onyx White and the Pixart® PMW3325 sensor on the LIX Onyx White. Both are also equipped with TPFE mouse skates to enable lightning-fast movements and Omron® switches to ensure that players' actions are executed with the appropriate speed. The lightweight is due to the special honeycomb design of the mouse shell, which also cools the hand.

Wrapped in elegant white and ARGB lighting
The Onyx White version of the LIX Plus and LIX gaming mice uses the proven honeycomb design of the series and blends the mouse as well as the sleeved Paracord cables in elegant white color. The fully addressable RGB lighting is implemented in the LIX Onyx White models and offers a vast variety of color choices and effects. Gamers are able to customize the lighting for the scroll wheel, the chassis and the SPC Gear logo inside the structure separated according to their liking. It is also possible to assign separate colors and effects to the individual profiles, allowing the users to immediately see which profile is currently active. Ultra-light and lightning fast

With a total weight of 59 grams, the LIX Onyx White Gaming Mice are among the lightest on the market. These featherweight mice also need a sensor that can cope with high speeds. For this reason, the LIX Plus uses the Pixart® PMW3360 sensor and the LIX is equipped with the Pixart® PMW3325 sensor. These are capable of precise scanning at speeds of up to 6,35 m/s, 2.54 m/s respectively. Such speeds can only be achieved with extremely low friction in a gaming mouse, which is why SPC Gear uses TPFE mouse skates. Omron® switches ensure that the player's actions are executed with the appropriate speed. Gamers can set the precision from 200 to 12,000 DPI for the LIX Plus Onyx White and from 200 to 8.000 DPI for the LIX Onyx White.

Protection against dust and dirt
The honeycomb structure keeps the hand cool and reduces the overall weight. To protect the mouse from external influences such as dust and dirt, the LIX Onyx White Gaming Mice are equipped with a special protective coating. This solution offers sufficient protection against moisture as well as dust particles.

Customization options
A particularly important component is the software which allows the configuration of the mouse to the user’s specific needs. SPC Gear offers comprehensive software that covers a lot of settings, including the remapping of each of the six buttons. Profile customization is also a must for demanding gamers and is fully covered by the software. In addition to that, users are able to adjust the sensitivity from 200 to 12,000 DPI for the LIX Plus Onyx White. The addressable RGB lighting with the individual zones can also be configured conveniently using the SPC Gear software.
SPC Gear LIX and  LIX Plus Onyx White

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