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Thursday, 06 March 2008 15:38

A4 Tech showcases the new X7 mouse

Written by Nadan Hadzibeganovic
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Cebit 08: Pure gaming

 

The new X7 mouse showcased at CeBIT offers some really useful gaming features.

The mouse has a resolution of 2500 dpi that you can change by a simple push of a button, and there’s no need to exit the game. You can choose among 6 predefined sensitivity levels.

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Another useful option, but just for FPS, is burst fire that you can switch on and off with a special button. This option lets you fire three shots with a click of button, just like burst fire on actual M16 rifles. Furthermore, the mouse has weights that you can move around in order to customize your preferred feel or just alter the weight.

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A4 Tech says that this mouse is already in retail in Asia, and it should be in Europe in following months. The price shouldn’t exceed €50.

 

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