Cooler Master unveils Storm Havoc gaming mouse

The Taiwanese Cooler Master has proudly introduced a new gaming mouse known as Storm Havoc. The new company product offers extreme precision and advanced internal technologies, which will make the Storm Havoc an interesting solution for every gamer.

The latest Cooler Master gaming mouse comes with an Avago 9800 laser sensor that offers up to 8200 dpi of sensitivity. The sensitivity can also be adjusted in case of need depending on the game and the like. Furthermore the Storm Havoc offers eight fully programmable buttons given you download the appropriate software from the web site of Cooler Master, 128 KB of internal memory that can store up to 4 macros and 5 profiles and durable components such as high grade Japanese Omron micro switches, a gold-plated USB connector and a 1.8-meter braided cable. Speaking of components, the CM Storm Havoc also offers a durable chassis built with a durable rubber coating, natural curves and an ergonomic design.

The CM Storm Havoc will become available in late June 2013 for a price of EUR 49.95.


Source: Cooler Master

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