MSI releases Interceptor DS300 gaming mouse

MSI releases Interceptor DS300 gaming mouse

MSI has enriched its Interceptor family of gaming mice with the addition of the new DS300 model. The new laser mouse comes with the well-known MSI Gaming design and includes six programmable Omron Gaming keys that can last more than 5 million clicks, a powerful sensor and RGB lighting.

The new MSI Interceptor DS300 measures 125 x 81 x 43 mm and weighs around 150 grams. The mouse depends on an ADNS-9800 laser sensor that provides sensitivity of 100-8200 dpi in 50 dpi steps, enough memory for up to four gaming profiles, 1 ms of response time, a 1.8 m braided USB cable, adjustable weight, a USB 2.0 gold-plated connector and support for Windows XP and newer. In addition to this the new MSI mouse comes with an ergonomic right-handed design, anti-slip side grips, gaming build quality and software support from MSI.

No word on pricing as of now.

Source: MSI

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