Tesoro debuts the Ascalon H7L gaming mouse

Tesoro debuts the Ascalon H7L gaming mouse

The leading maker of gaming hardware Tesoro Technology has announced the new Ascalon H7L gaming mouse. The new mouse comes with tons of advanced features and functions and it may even compete for the title of being the best gaming mouse of year 2016.

The Ascalon H7L gaming mouse aims to offer everything a gamer may need. The mouse comes with top notch components and includes seven independently programmable buttons with a reset hotkey, the highest quality Omron switches and a high-precision gaming sensor. The Ascalon H7L gaming mouse is powered by a high-performance 32-bit ARM Cortex processor and there are a 1000 Hz polling rate for short response time, 512 KB of on-board memory for saving different gaming profiles, 6400 dpi of precision, 200 ips for motion detection and 50g acceleration for ultimate accuracy. In addition to all this the Ascalon H7L has a special anti-microbial soft-touch cover, adjustable RGB LED brightness, cursor capture technology, instant recording and much more.

The new mouse is compatible with all Windows versions starting with Windows XP. There’s no word on pricing as of now.

Source: Tesoro

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