Cooler Master debuts the MasterMouse Pro L

Cooler Master debuts the MasterMouse Pro L

Cooler Master has presented a new computer mouse designed for “all gamers”. The mouse is called MasterMouse Pro L and comes with numerous features right out of the box.

One of the main features of the new mouse is that it comes with customization in mind. This means that the MasterMouse Pro L can adapt to any and all situations as quickly as users need. The mouse comes with a custom grip configuration and features two top panels of different lengths and two sets of magnetic side panels with differing grip textures. This gives users the freedom to use the mouse grip that works best for them at a given time rather than being stuck with one grip for all genres of games and play styles.

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In addition to this the Cooler Master MasterMouse Pro L comes with three illumination zones with 16.7 million colors and multiple user profiles. The mouse is powered by a 32-bit ARM processor with 512 KB of on-board memory which stores the gaming profiles users have created. The MasterMouse Pro L is so customizable you can change the mouse resolution (400 – 12 000 dpi), the button map, the colors and even the sensitivity of the keys. Moreover gaming profiles can be swapped with a single press of a button. The MasterMouse Pro L also offers eight programmable buttons plus the option to expand this to a total of 14+1 switch buttons thanks to the inclusion of the so-called Storm Tactix function.

Finally the MasterMouse Pro L features Cooler Master’s Portal software, which you can get for free from the company’s web site in case you do not have it. This will add even more options to the MasterMouse Pro L and will make it “the mouse of your dreams” as Cooler Master puts it.

The new Cooler Master MasterMouse Pro L gaming mouse is available now for EUR 59.99 or GBP 49.99, depending on where you live.

Source: Cooler Master

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