Asus GX1000 Laser Gaming Mouse - Black
Imbued with the spirit of ROG
The ROG emblem and Eagle Eye-shaped indicator define the design, placed on the GX1000, which uses refined textured aluminum surfaces to highlight your gaming lifestyle and taste. Get better control in the heat of the action with the cool design, and achieve rapid superiority in any situation.
Following extensive testing and trials, the ROG design team succeeded in crafting an industry-leading gaming mouse. With its sleek yet tough brushed aluminum finish and premium coating, the GX1000 embodies the built-to-last ROG gaming creed. Its ROG logo lights up in four colors, which can be defined by users and assigned to different profiles. Using advanced technology and distinct ROG styling, the GX1000 ushers a new phase in premium gaming control excellence. Features • Ultra-precise laser sensor with huge 50dpi-8200dpi resolution range
• Sleek and tough brushed aluminum build highlights gaming flavor with premium coating and an ergonomic total comfort design
• Unique ROG Eagle Eye and quad-colored markings designate dedicated profiles
• Striking LED indicator shows current dpi status, with six programmable macros, three function slots, and adjustable click-in weights
• Customized UI settings cover all your dpi, button configs, macros, and profile needs
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|Features & Functions||Scroll Button|
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- 12 months
- DOA Period:
- 7 days
- Asus Service Centre
- 01442 265548
Date Issued: 29th Jul 2009
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