So then, the Uranium mouse comes with a Laser Sensor which, at up-to 6500 dpi, delivers precision and accuracy with a 150 ips tracking speed. Memory comes in the form of 32KB which we feel is a little on the shy side. Uranium is a silver-gray metallic element, represented by the symbol U in the periodic table. Under certain conditions it can readily be split, yielding tremendous amount of energy and heat. Aivia Uranium is your professional gaming gear, delivering extraordinary power to all your game plays.
GHOST Macro Station GHOST Macro Station is your control center built for pro-gaming tasks, functions as dynamic status display, hot-switchable macro system and instant charging dock.
Dynamic Display Mode The display screen on GHOST Macro Station dynamically updates and displays the current DPI value, report rate, gaming profiles, and battery life of the mouse. Allows you to catch live data and retain the optimal status during intense gaming.
Live Editing Mode The live setup system of GHOST Macro Station enables you to re-assign macro hotkeys and pre-set the DPI value for each on-the-fly adjustment to meet the present in-game situation without leaving your game.
GamePlay Wireless Technology Lag-free & risk-free Macro Recording. Introducing GIGABYTE patent pending technology, built-in GHOST macro engine on the wireless receiver guarantees no time lag or signal loss even while recording or executing a complex macro.
1000Hz report rate, performs as good as corded 1ms response time ensures your commands are executed without any delays!
Non-stop Gaming Experience Powered by two AA NiMH rechargeable batteries, Aivia Uranium supports continuous battery life of over 50hrs of wireless gameplay.
Instant Charging Device For times you actually run out the batteries, simply pull out the charging cable for instant power supply. You can still use the mouse while charging.
Twin-eye Gaming Laser Sensor State of the art laser technology gives the twin-eye laser sensor an unprecedented edge over standard optical sensors. Extremely precise and accurate tracking coupled with low power consumption for the ultimate gaming package.
Dual Function Wheel Controller The mouse wheel offers 4-directional scrolling and also works as D-pad controller for OLED on-screen operation.
10 Programmable Buttons Equipped with 10 programmable buttons, including 2 mouse buttons located just next to your forefinger offering an effortless execution of any immediate gaming commands.
Advanced User’s Interface Intuitive GHOST Macro Engine GHOST™ macro engine which features an intuitive interface allowing you to pre-define and switch between keys or buttons easily to match the latest PC gaming titles.
The shortcut of key mapping functionally allows users to switch a keystroke on the mouse button through on-screen setting on GHOST Macro Station without installing applications, offering an instant definition for hotkeys. 800/1600/3200/6500 4-Stage DPI adjustable switch with 4-Stage LED indicators for on-the-fly DPI adjustment
With a 6500 DPI 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. But let's start-up the photo shoot and see what this product looks like.
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