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Thursday, 06 March 2008 12:18

Zalman demonstrates FPSGUN

Written by Nadan Hadzibeganovic
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Cebit 08: Don’t click, shoot

 

On this year’s CeBIT, Zalman showcased a new mouse concept called FPSGUN. As you can deduce from the name, this model is aimed at gamers, mostly FPS lovers. We’ve had a chance to try it out, but not for long so we can’t quite rate it based on a couple of minutes. It’s quite different from a regular mouse so you will need to get used to it. The idea seems nice, although we didn’t fare well in the five minutes we spent playing CoD 4.

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The mouse is ergonomic and it feels nice. In fact, it feels more like a gun than an actual mouse. Maximum resolution is 2000 dpi and you’ll find 5 assignable buttons as well as a button for adjusting mouse sensitivity on the fly.

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This "mouse" is already in retail and will set you back €40-50.

Last modified on Thursday, 06 March 2008 16:18
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