Ozone debuts the Neon 3K gaming mouse

Ozone debuts the Neon 3K gaming mouse

The world of gaming mice has just gotten a new member, which hails from the gaming peripherals maker Ozone. The new gaming mouse is called Neon 3K and its main feature is that it comes with the most precise optical mouse sensor currently on the market – the Pixart 3320.

This allows the just announced Neon 3K gaming mouse to offer nice features, perhaps wrapped in an acceptable price. The integrated Pixart 3320 optical sensor offers better reliability and preciseness than other similar solutions that you can find on the market. The sensor is capable of true 3500 dpi, thus providing a next level gaming experience. The mouse also includes an on-the-fly sensitivity adjustment option that can be easily customized by using Ozone’s technology drivers.

In addition to all this the new Ozone Neon 3K gaming mouse features a symmetrical shape that has been designed for all kinds of users. The mouse comes with a specially coated surface that sports leading-edge anti-slip rubber material. The mouse is also fully customizable and has eight programmable buttons, 128 KB of internal memory, personalized LED lights with up to six different options and support for up to five gaming profiles.

The price of the new Ozone mouse is unclear at the moment.

Source: Ozone

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