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Thursday, 06 March 2008 12:58

Raptor showcases M3 gaming mouse

Written by Nadan Hadzibeganovic
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Cebit 08: Wow

 

Raptor’s latest mouse called M3 Platinum was showcased at this year’s CeBIT. It supports resolutions from 800 up to 3200 dpi. Apart from that, it’s attached to its own pad so there’s no hand-mousepad friction.

The insides of the mouse pack 20 weights that you can move around as you wish and increase/decrease the mouse’s weight (110 – 150g). It feels perfect in your hand, but there were no computers in our vicinity so we couldn’t test it the way it’s meant to be tested (no pun intended). Of course, owning this baby won’t be cheap and the suggested retail price is €99. (OK, that previous pun was intended, sorry.)

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