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Tuesday, 18 March 2008 10:55

BTC announces new gaming set

Written by Muamer Odobasic
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A desktop for über gamers


Behavior Tech Computer Corp.
recently announced its 9051H Cheetah Professional Gaming set, which includes a gaming keyboard and a 2000dpi laser mouse.


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The Cheetah Gaming keyboard has 17 gaming keys placed in a circular layout on the left. You can rotate the wheel as you see fit and the keys have two memory modes, so you can store settings for two different games or two different characters at once. The keyboard is backlit and the color of the illumination changes, depending on the speed at which you type. You can also turn the illumination off.

The laser mouse has a 2000dpi resolution and you can change the resolution via a simple click of a button. Once you change the resolution, the illumination color on the scroll wheel also changes. At 800dpi it's green, at 1300, blue and at 2000dpi it's red. The mouse also has two programmable keys.

Availability dates and pricing have yet to be announced.

Last modified on Tuesday, 18 March 2008 14:16

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