Gigabyte releases the Raptor FPS gaming mouse

Gigabyte releases the Raptor FPS gaming mouse

Gigabyte has added a new gaming mouse to its line of gaming hardware – the Raptor, which carries the champion design from the 2013 Gigabyte Make It Real Mouse Design Competition. The Raptor offers an ergonomic low profile and lightweight design and targets claw and fingertip grip gamers that perform sharper movements and quick attacks with precision in comfort.

As with many other gaming mice the Gigabyte Raptor includes advanced gaming functions such as an included sniper hotkey that immediately lowers the cursor speed while aiming at a target to assure accuracy for all single headshots, while making a rapid move or a sharp turn. Another such function is the low weight of 85 grams, which significantly reduces hand fatigue. The anti-slick ergonomic rubber grip on both sides of the mouse provide proper resistance for fingertips to ensure a firm grip during quick movements or even when lifting the mouse. For claw grippers, the added rubber supporting area on top of the mouse further stabilizes mouse balance as the palm comfortably sits on the mouse. The Raptor further adopts a weight adjusting design, allowing gamers to personalize the mouse mass best suited for their feel and control.

Apart from these features the Gigabyte Raptor has a 4000 dpi pro-optical sensor with 4-stage, on-the-fly DPI switching for precise tracking capability and enhanced gaming control. The mouse also has ultra-durable Omron switches with a guaranteed lifespan of 10 million clicks with perfect clicking response. All of the keys are programmable via GHOST engine.

The new Gigabyte Raptor is available now. Its sales price is unknown, though.

Source: Gigabyte

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