So Gigabyte launched their M7 THOR Gaming Mouse. The mid-level gaming mouse has a 6000 dpi laser sensor. Below the PR skinny from Gigabyte themselves accompanied by the specifications.
With a professional-grade laser sensor offers lightning fast 12,000 FPS image processing capability for absolute control and precise mouse movement. Advanced laser engine offers optimum and reliable performance, the FORCE M7 THOR is named after the son of Odin.
Powered by 6000dpi Advanced Gaming Laser Sensor
Tracking capability of image processing up to 12000fps
Mouse Tracking Speed up to 150ips
Ergonomic Grip with Ideal Shape for comfortable Gameplay Supreme ergonomically designed grip using an efficient and ideal stylized shape for user comfort, maximum stability, and precision movement during frenzied use.
3-Stage DPI Adjustment 800/1600/5600 3-Stage DPI adjustable switch with 3-Stage LED indicators for quick on-the-fly DPI adjustment
*The hardware based sensitivity up to 5600dpi and software enhanced up to 6000dpi.
Ultra-durable USB Cable Reinforced USB cable for maximum durability Gold plated USB connector for optimum signal transfer
5 Programmable Buttons FORCE M7 THOR is capable of using exclusively intuitive software application to customize button settings, sensitivities, and also simulate keypress of keyboard based on gamer's needs.
Non-slick Coating FORCE M7 THOR features a non-slick, anti-abrasion coating and rubberized grip that allows for exceptional grip and comfort during long period gameplay.
Gaming Grade Feet Pads Large size of gaming grade feet pads provides maximum smooth glide. Glide your FORCE M7 THOR as fast as your desire.
Advanced Laser Sensor
6000dpi (The hardware based sensitivity up to 5600dpi)
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