Tesoro starts sales of Shrike H2L gaming mouse

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US gaming peripherals maker Tesoro has started sales of a new gaming mouse that goes by the name of Shrike H2L.

Unfortunately for some gamers the Shrike H2L targets right-handed gamers only. The mouse itself measures 12.46 x 7.51 x 4.2 cm and sports a USB interface needed to connect it to a PC. In addition there’s a 5600 dpi laser sensor but you can adjust the sensitivity “on the go” if you need to do so.

The Shrike H2L allows gamers to adjust the weight of the paddle using bundled weights (three at 10 grams and one at 5 grams). Next to a sampling frequency of 1000 Hz the Shrike H2L also comes with 128 KB of built-in memory that is used to store macros. There are 8 buttons too – all of them fully and independently programmable and a wheel that can move in four different directions. The mouse also offers a rubberized thumb grip, 5 mapping sets, and 40 macro keys.

In case you like the Tesoro Shrike H2L prepare to spend EUR 49 on it – this is how much the mouse costs.


Source: Tesorotec.com

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