The Scimitar RGB gaming mouse revolutionizes game play with its Key Slider control system, 12 mechanical side buttons, and pro-proven 12,000 DPI optical sensor. It’s purpose built to deliver the ultimate MOBA and MMO gaming experience. Features Set your thumb free
The exclusive patent pending Key Slider control system provides unmatched customization. 8mm of key slide travel with secure lock puts every button within reach.
The 12 mechanical side buttons deliver an unmatched competitive advantage. They’re designed to pro player specifications for ultra-consistent tactile feedback and precise actuation.
12,000 DPI zero-acceleration optical sensor
Harness the power of the pro-proven 12,000 DPI high performance optical sensor for the most pixel-precise gaming experience. It’s CUE tunable for outstanding control during intense gaming.
Four-Zone RGB lighting
Brilliant customizable multicolor backlighting immerses you in the game and provides nearly unlimited lighting adjustability. Each of the four zones can be independently configured.
The power of CUE
Take the full power of your mouse into battle. Don’t just configure your mouse – program it with custom MMO timer countdowns and double macros, RGB lighting, DPI matrices, and more.
Ultra-fast response time
Pushing the limits of the maximum USB transfer rate, the ultrafast 1ms response time ensures that every click counts. Lag-free game play is crucial when everything is on the line.
The Scimitar RGB is crafted to fit the contours of your palm for the highest level of comfort, no matter your hand size or grip style.
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For further information regarding Scan's warranty procedure please see our terms and conditions
- 12 months
- Return to base
- RTB Period:
- 12 months
Date Issued: 29th Jul 2009
Today's computer mice come in a variety of flavours, including mechanical, optical, laser and BlueTrack. This TekSpek explains what each variety has to offer.
Date Issued: 21st Oct 2008
What’s the most important part of your PC system? Its processor? The mainboard? Maybe the power supply? You’d only have a case if you thought it’s the PSU. That cornerstone of a PC system is the most important part of the PC system as concerns what’s in the chassis, which might surprise you, but it’s definitely the devices you use to interact with a PC which are absolutely top dog.