Gigabyte offers new gaming mouse – Force M7 Thor Pro-Laser

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The Taiwanese tech giant Gigabyte has been known for years for making motherboards and graphics cards but every once in a while the company releases other products including gaming gear.

Gigabyte’s latest attempt in offering gaming peripherals comes in the form of the Force M7 Thor Pro-Laser mouse. The new gaming mouse is a completely new design and targets gamers who are looking for a simple and straightforward mouse that offers great performance, reliability, extreme comfort and a professional feel.

The Gigabyte Force M7 Thor is based on a 6000 dpi advanced gaming sensor with 3 stage adjustment, large feet pads for the best gameplay, 5 programmable buttons with SIM software that allows you to customize the mouse to your needs, a reinforced USB cable and an ergonomic grip.

The new Gigabyte mouse should be on the market by the end of the year. Pricing is unknown at the moment.


Source: Eteknix

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