Gigabyte intros Xtreme Gaming XM300 mouse

Gigabyte intros Xtreme Gaming XM300 mouse

Gigabyte has introduced a new mouse that is designed for gamers around the world. The new mouse is called XM300 and belongs to the company’s Xtreme Gaming line of computer hardware.

The new mouse is equipped with all the hardware you would expect from a gaming mouse. It comes with a gaming-grade 6400 dpi optical sensor that can be adjusted with 50 dpi increments for exceptional precision. In addition the new XM300 gaming mouse can track at up to 200 inches per second at 50g acceleration so there will be extreme speed and accuracy. The mouse uses OMRON micro switches on both the left and right click buttons and they provide both lightning speed response as well as improved durability at over 20 million clicks. Furthermore the new Gigabyte gaming mouse sports RGB backlighting and a streamlined design that offers great ergonomics with an incredible feel. At the bottom users will find glide-optimized Teflon mouse feet that can be easily swapped when need arises.

There’s no information when the XM300 will be in stores and how much it will cost.

Source: Gigabyte

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