M6880X Gigabyte 1600dpi USB Laser Computer/PC Gaming Mouse
High accuracy laser engine offers consistent and reliable performance for absolute control and precise mouse movement. Equipped improved laser sensor, M6880X allows you to hit the target precisely.
3-Stage DPI Adjustment
800/1200/1600 3-Stage DPI adjustable switch for quick on-the-fly DPI adjustment
Anti-slick Rubber Grip with Ideal Shape for comfortable Gameplay
Anti-slick ergonomic rubber grip and matt coating surface reduce wrist strain and maximize comfort during extended use.
Forward and Backward Buttons
Enjoy quickly browsing your favorite webpages or surfing throughout documents via the back and forward buttons which just located conveniently under your thumb.
100g Optimal Lifting Weight
Perfect weight of 100gram offers ideal lifting weight and friction in the frenzy gameplay.
5 Million clicks lifetime Omron switch
Ultra-durable 5 million clicks Omron switches not only extend the durability and also perfect the clicking response.
Gaming Grade Feed Pads
Ultra-smooth Teflon gaming grade feet pads for improved accuracy and freedom of movement. Features • High Accuracy Laser Tracking Engine
• 800/1200/1600 On-the-fly DPI Switching
• Anti-slick Ergonomic Rubber Grip
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|No. of Buttons||5|
|Features & Functions||DPI Adjust|
|LED Lighting Colour|
|Compatible Operating Systems|
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For further information regarding Scan's warranty procedure please see our terms and conditions
- 12 months
- DOA Period:
- 7 days
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
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