Cooler Master debuts Sentinel III gaming mouse

Cooler Master debuts Sentinel III gaming mouse

Apart from the MasterGel Maker thermal compound Cooler Master has announced one more company product – the new Sentinel III gaming mouse, which builds upon older Sentinel mice. The new mouse comes with an ergonomic palm grip design, LED illumination with 16.8 million colors, greatly improved software and matte coating with an acrylic top panel.

“Designed for right-handed palm grip players, the Sentinel III includes a new sensor and expanded on-board memory” said Leo Cheng, Product Manager at Cooler Master. “The new and improved OLED display also allows you to rename your profiles in addition to knowing your exact DPI settings and/or uploading custom logos. This is the first step in making the Sentinel III truly yours.”

The new Cooler Master Sentinel III gaming mouse features a special design that gives the mouse a natural, comfortable shape and allows hand and arm muscles to relax. There are eight easy-to-reach mouse buttons as well as an Avago 3988 sensor, which offers pixel-perfect movements and sensitivity of up to 6400 DPI. The mouse also has on-the-fly DPI adjustments that can be pre-set at 400, 1200, 4000 and 6400 DPI.

In addition to all this the Cooler Master Sentinel III gaming mouse offers a 32-bit ARM processor and 512 KB of internal memory that allows users to save and then playback complex macros. The memory has enough capacity to save settings for DPI, lift-off distance and LED configurations for use on any computer without the need to install additional software. The mouse allows gamers to nearly double the number of buttons in use by using Storm TactiX that can assign secondary functions to the mouse simply by holding the TX button. This almost doubles the buttons from 8 to 15. The OLED display lets users upload any logo or re-name profiles (maximum character limit set at 11) to represent different settings and/or a team logo. Moreover two different areas (the headlights and the top) can glow crimson red, burnt orange, gunmetal grey, or any other color because the mouse supports up to 16.8 million different colors. If this is not your thing you can turn off the LED lighting. Finally you get main buttons that can sustain up to 20 million presses and a weight system with five disks with each one of them weighing 4.5 grams, which you can add or remove in order to get the weight that feels right for you.

The new Cooler Master Sentinel III gaming mouse is available now in Europe, where it sells for EUR 59.90.

Source: Cooler Master

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