COUGAR debuts the 600M gaming mouse

COUGAR debuts the 600M gaming mouse

The maker of gaming peripherals COUGAR has announced the market release of the new 600M gaming mouse. This is the company’s second gaming mouse after the success of the 700M which was released some time earlier. The new mouse is designed for gamers with a claw grip but it can also be used by other gamers who depend on their palms and fingertips too.

As expected from any serious gaming mouse the 600M comes with various features, state-of-the-art technology and a great design on the outside. The mouse includes premium components such as OMRON switches, an ADNS-9800 sensor, a soft touch surface and a 32-bit ARM processor with 512 KB of on-board storage. All these features make sure that you will have a great gaming experience, flawless performance during gaming and various user profiles to choose from. The 600M has a rather unique function too – the left mouse button is a floating key with a big LED backlight that can display up to 16.8 million colors.

As if these features are not enough COUGAR has also said the 600M has 8 fully configurable buttons, a 45-degree sniper button, a high precision wheel and enough memory to store up to 30 different functions with 22 or 27 being accessible from the mouse itself by using the mode cycle button.

The COUGAR 600M is fully compatible with the COUGAR UIX system and COUGAR FUSION, which allow easy customization of the device and many more functions if the 600M is coupled with other COUGAR products such as the 700M gaming keyboard. The mouse will be commercially available in late 2014. Its price is unknown at this moment.

Source: COUGAR

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