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Wednesday, 11 March 2009 11:20

Sharkoon launches its Rush FireGlider gaming mouse

Written by Slobodan Simic

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With DPI of up to 3600

Sharkoon has announced the latest product in its Rush series of peripherals, the Fireglider gaming mouse.

The new Rush rodent will feature seven buttons, where one is for DPI change while the rest can be programmable, on-board memory for macro saving, Teflon mouse feet, 1.8m cable, ergonomic design and weight tuning system that can make the mouse weigh in from 118 to 135 grams, depending on the user's preference. The ADNS-6010 sensor has a maximum resolution of 3600 DPI. It can be set to work at six different settings from 600 to 3600.

According to Sharkoon, the mouse will hit retail with a €25 price tag. We certainly like the flame design, but then again some designs you either love or hate.

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