NZXT Avatar S gaming mouse

NZXT has revealed the next member of its Avatar gaming mice family, which suprisingly comes packed with 1600 DPI laser sensor, unlike its previous sibling which has 2600 DPI Optical Sensor.

The new rodent features an ambidextrous, low profile design, suitable for both right and left handed gamers and teflon feet for smooth motion over any surface. It also has five programmable buttons, 16Kb of onboard storage for macros, and LED lighting. A hardware DPI switch with three sensitivity settings- 1,600DPI, 800DPI, and 400DPI, allows DPI change while gaming, along with a polling rate of 1000Hz and X-Y sensitivity customization.

NZXT Avatar S gaming mouse

The Avatar S is available black and white and will cost you $39.99.

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