So then, in many ways the Krypton looks and feels very familiar. The device comes with a scanning resolution of 8200 dpi. The Gaming Laser Sensor at 8200 DPI delivers precision and accuracy with a 150ips tracking speed. Memory now comes in the form of 32KB which we feel is a little on the shy side.
GHOST Macro Engine GHOST macro engine which features intuitive interface allows you to pre-define and switch between keys or buttons easily for latest PC gaming titles.
5 gaming profiles on the go Profile switch at your fingertips enables you to switch between 5 different gaming profiles. Up to 70 macros memorization for the gamer on the go.
Quick switch between right-hand and left-hand mode Press and hold both profile switch buttons for 3 seconds, the mouse will be switched between Left-Hand and Right-Hand operation modes.
Customizable Center of Gravity Revolutionary weight distribution system allows user to adjust the center of gravity for maximum control and flexibility.
Weight Adjustment Case 1.8g/5.3g weights allows you to adjust to the optimal weigh and balance Weigh increase 1.8g ~ 39g 35 weight adjustable combination
Swappable Mouse chassis Dual mouse chassis design which allows for a hot-swappable mouse chassis gives the user unparalleled freedom by changing fundamental mouse movement and dynamics to best fit the application at hand
With a freaking 8200DPI mouse it makes sense to use DPI adjustments, and obviously button controlled DPI switching has been introduced to the mouse so you can trigger DPI on the mouse itself.
So the Krypton also has a weight system, which lets you fine-tune the total weight of your mouse in increments of 1.8g/5.3g weights. But let's startup the photo shoot and see what this product looks like.
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