Cooler Master offers the new Storm Hornet II gaming mouse

Cooler Master offers the new Storm Hornet II gaming mouse

Cooler Master has announced the new Storm Hornet II gaming mouse that targets gamers who need a new mouse for the upcoming holiday season.

The new mouse is designed for people who are right-handed and thus it comes with a claw grip design and a special left button that is optimized for right hands. The mouse comes with an improved optical sensor, on-the-fly DPI settings, a full 16.8-million color illumination (RGB) scroll wheel, special software and lift-off distance tuning and calibration. Thanks to the included claw grip design and special anti-slip rubber sides the Storm Hornet II is very comfortable when in use, which facilitates long gaming sessions. The mouse has three preset DPI controls (500 – 3500) that can be changed on-the-fly – an RGB LED in the scroll wheel quickly shows the current DPI setting. In addition the Storm Hornet II uses the highest grade Omron switches that promise to last up to 5 million clicks and provides seven programmable buttons including two side thumb buttons.

In Europe the Storm Hornet II is available now for EUR 29.90.

Source: Cooler Master

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