Alright, let's get started with this review -- let's get through the marketing skinny first:
The Spawn gaming mouse is lightweight, ergonomically designed and forged with a reassuringly solid design. It is built for professional FPS gamers that prefer a claw grip. Engineered to execute precise in-game tactics, Spawn comes loaded with an ultra high-performance 3500 DPI sensor that includes on-the-fly adjustment, an ultra-step wheel encoder, providing extremely accurate scrolling, and Japanese-made Omron micro-switches that are meant to endure up to five million clicks.
3500 DPI Optical sensor 800, 1800, and 3500 DPI Presets
Full Speed USB
Presented in an eye-catching crimson red high-gloss finish, Spawn compliments a gamer's setup by adding an interesting peripheral.
Anti-Drift Control Sensor The Spawn gaming mouse utilizes a high performance optical engine that ensures extreme stability. Built with an anti-drift system, it provides lossless performance during lifts and drops. With a built-in angle snapping option, one can formulate the perfect flick shot to maximize their kill rates with sheer accuracy.
Onboard Sentinel- X 32 KB The Sentinel-X microprocessor safeguards your mouse setting by storing button assignments, advanced macros and other mouse customization - allowing gamers to plug and play on any other system without losing their initial settings.
Omron Micro Switches (5 Million clicks) Ultra tactile mouse clicks for in-game fragging is afforded through the utilization of Omrons patented micro switch technology. Backed by a minimum guarantee of 5 million clicks, the Spawn gaming mouse offers an extended gaming life-span for the avid gamer.
Japanese-Made Ultra-Step Wheel Encoder Ultra precise stepping encoder allows gamers to navigate small distances with the scroll wheel while establishing great control and precision.
DPI On the Fly Comfortably placed under the scroll wheel, gamers can switch DPI settings easily to 800, 1800, and 3500.
Anti-Slip Rubberized grip Design Sweat proof and highly slip resistant, Spawn includes two thick rubber grips that have been deployed on both sides of the mouse. This affords full control to lift-off style gamers during game play.
So yeah, though the mouse might look simple on the outside, it really is a complex piece of machinery ticking and tocking at up-to 3500 DPI, fully programmable with its profiles stored in a 32KB cache (inside the mouse).
I'd like to take you through a series of photos now showing you the ins and outs of the mouse, and later on we'll give it a little test spin and then head onward towards our conclusion. But let's move onwards to the product gallery.
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