Defender to release budget-oriented gaming mouse soon

Defender to release budget-oriented gaming mouse soon

You may not have heard of it but there’s budget-oriented gaming hardware too. The company Defender is one of the makers of such hardware and soon the company will have a new budget-oriented mouse on the market.

The upcoming company product will be known as Warhead GM-1500 and will measure 106 x 74 x 39 mm for total weight of 140 grams but in case of need you can also adjust the weight by using special weights that you will be able to find inside the package. Inside the mouse you will also find an optical sensor with 400 – 3200 dpi of sensitivity, LED lights, programmable buttons and 256 KB of internal memory for keeping macros. There’s also 1000 Hz of refresh rate and a USB cable that connects the mouse to your PC.

Once released the Warhead GM-1500 will sell for just USD 23.

Source: Defender

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