Leetgion presents first gaming mouse with mechanical keys

Just a month after the launch of its gaming Leetgion brand name, the company Thermalright now launches its first laser gaming mouse under the Hellion model name. According to Thermalright the novelty is the world’s first gaming mouse that uses mechanical keys with the side buttons being Cherry MX Blue, while the main ones belonging to the Japanese OMRON.

Measuring 123 mm x 73 mm x 42 mm the Hellion gaming mouse weighs 105 grams and boasts an Avago 9500 laser sensor that comes with 100-5000 dpi. Side keys can also make use of macro profiles, which can be switched on the go while playing. The mouse also comes with four pre-configured gaming profiles and each of them has its own distinctive color. Despite this, gamers can also choose among 16.7 million colors until they find their favorite one.

Leetgion Hellion gaming mouse

Finally, the mouse connects to the PC via a braided USB cable. Pricing is unfortunately unknown.


Source: Eteknix

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