MSI unveils W8 gaming mouse

MSI unveils W8 gaming mouse

Gamers in need of a new gaming mouse can now take a look at MSI’s latest W8 gaming mouse that packs all features a gamer would expect from such a device. The W8 belongs to the company’s Gaming Series.

The W8 comes with adjustable weight that can be changed with adding or removing weights. You can use up to three 10-gram weight modules or one 5-gram. Thus the mass of the MSI W8 gaming mouse can be changed between 150 grams and 185 grams.

The new MSI product measures 124 x 75 x 40 mm and offers an Avago ADNS-9500 sensor with a maximum resolution of 5600 dpi that can be changed on the fly. The mouse has 8 programmable buttons and 128 KB of internal memory for saving profiles and more. A convenient interface allows end users to adjust settings the way they see fit. Finally the W8 makes use of a USB connection via a gold-plated cable.

The new mouse will be everywhere soon but its price is still missing.

Source: MSI

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