G.SKILL launches RIPJAWS MX780 gaming mouse

G.SKILL launches RIPJAWS MX780 gaming mouse

A week after launching the new RIPJAWS KM780 line of gaming keyboards, G.SKILL has made one more bold step into the market of gaming peripherals by launching the new RIPJAWS MX780 gaming mouse. The new company product offers advanced technologies that will ensure great gaming sessions and that will please any gamer around the world.

The new RIPJAWS MX780 gaming mouse is a customizable RGB laser-based pointing device that also comes with an ambidextrous design with mirrored button placement that increases adaptability for both left- and right-handed gamers and maximized grip comfort with interchangeable side grips for long term use. The mouse also has a height-adjustable palm rest, which allows gamers to customize the palm support to their preferred height for maximum comfort. In addition the entire mouse is built on top of a solid aluminum base and comes with additional optional 4.5-gram weights that can be installed inside the side grip on each side so that gamers can optimize the overall mouse balance for their own personal gaming style.

But this is not everything – the RIPJAWS MX780 gaming mouse comes with 512 KB of on-board memory that can store up to five complete sets of key and lighting configurations, eight fully programmable buttons, customizable RGB backlighting across four lighting zones in a full range of RGB colors as well as an 8200 dpi Avago laser sensor, Omron micro-switches with durability of 20 million clicks and a 1000 Hz polling rate.

The new G.SKILL gaming mouse will be on the market in “late September” but you can get it now online for USD 59.99.

Source: G.SKILL

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