Gigabyte unveils M6900 and M6980 gaming mice

Gigabyte extends its gaming peripherals with two new wired mice, which features ergonomic design, Gigabyte’s GHOST Macro Engine and Gold-plated USB connectors

The M6980 Macro gaming mouse has rubberized coating surface, packs 2000DPI laser gaming sensor with on on-the-fly DPI switching, 1000rps report rate and 20G acceleration, has a 7 customizable buttons and 4-way scrolling The mouse also include GHOST Macro Engine with 8KB on-board memory which supports 3 gaming profiles stored on the mouse and a LED lighting system, that flickers to display “breathing effect” as an indicator for DPI and profiles.

GIGABYTE M6980 laser gaming mouse

The other one – M6900 Precision Gaming Mouse, Gigabyte claims that is is especially designed to satisfy FPS gamers. It shares the same streamline-shaped ergonomic design with M6980, but is equipped with 3200dpi optical sensor and also feature on-the-fly DPI switching with 3 stage red LED light indicator. The M6900 has five programmable buttons, 4-way tilt-wheel and can withstand up to 30G acceleration.

Gigabyte M6900 Precision Gaming Mouse

 

No info about prices.

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