Sharkoon reveals the Shark Zone M50 gaming mouse

Sharkoon reveals the Shark Zone M50 gaming mouse

Sharkoon has announced a new gaming mouse that comes with a number of interesting features and a low price. This should be enough to attract the attention of gamers or so Sharkoon hopes.

The new mouse is called SHARK ZONE M50. It comes with a design that allows even left-handed users to enjoy it and then more. The new Sharkoon mouse has an Avago ADNS-9800 laser sensor with up to 8200 dpi, a lift-off distance from 1 to 5 mm and a poling rate of 1000 Hz. The mouse also has interchangeable side panels that offer individual customization for best grip and ergonomics. The SHARK ZONE M50 is based on Omron switches and sports five mouse feet as well as a brushed aluminum alloy bottom for both stability and durability. The M50 has a total of seven buttons, all of which are programmable plus a precision scroll wheel. The mouse also has a textile-braided, yellow cable with a gold-plated USB plug.

Just like many other gaming mice the Sharkoon SHARK ZONE M50 features mouse software that allows users to adjust the dpi sensitivity, the polling rate, the double-click speed, the scroll speed and more. There’s support for gaming profiles that can be saved in the provided on-board memory too.

The new Sharkoon SHARK ZONE M50 gaming mouse is now available for just EUR 39.99.

Source: Sharkoon

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