ASUS ROG announces GX860 Buzzard mouse

ASUS ROG announces GX860 Buzzard mouse

The Republic of Gamers (ROG) division of ASUS has announced the new GX860 Buzzard gaming mouse. The new mouse has been designed for extra long gaming sessions and delivers a number of advanced features that will make using it a pleasure.

The mouse comes in black only and measures 118.2 x 68.4 x 40 mm. It is compatible with Windows XP or newer and weighs 98 grams. The GX860 Buzzard includes an ergonomic design for comfortable use, smooth-gliding fluoropolymer feet, ultra-precise cursor control, and a Laser Avago 9800 laser sensor with a 50-8200 dpi resolution range that includes several preset settings of 800 dpi, 1600 dpi, 3200 dpi and 5600 dpi. Gamers can change these settings while playing thanks to an integrated two-way snap switch. The mouse also includes high-quality, durable Omron switches for both left and right buttons – they offer a 5-million click lifespan. In addition there are LED accents that switch between three striking colors – red, orange and green – to indicate the current settings and built-in Forward and Back buttons as well as a customizable thumb button. All in all, customers will get a total of six buttons – one programmable left/right/scroll wheel button, three programmable side buttons and two programmable DPI resolution switches.

There’s no information on how much the new GX860 Buzzard gaming mouse costs.

Source: ASUS

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