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Tuesday, 12 August 2008 18:50

NZXT announces the Avatar

Written by Slobodan Simic

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Gaming rodent from NZXT

NZXT has announced its latest product, the Avatar gaming mouse. With high performance optical sensor, seven programmable keys and ergonomic design the new Avatar might easily hit it home with gamers.

The new Avatar uses a 2,600 DPI optical sensor with a maximum frame rate of 6,469 fps and 5.8 MP/s of image processing power. The DPI resolution can be changed via a speed switch which takes you from 650 to the maximum 2,600 DPI in a matter of seconds. The design is ambidextrous, so NZXT's gaming rodent can be used by both left and right handed gamers.

The Avatar uses a single USB port for connection and it should be available very soon with a suggested retail price of $59.99.

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