CM Storm Reaper Programmable Macro USB Gaming Mouse
Features • 8 Fully Programmable Buttons - Reaper comes with 8 Fully Programmable buttons that can be saved as your favorite button assignments. The intuitively designed "Clutch Button" enables gamers to instantly switch to a preselected DPI setting for accurate aiming in different enviroments (like Sniping) when held, release the button and you are restored to your original setting.
• Designed for Comfort - The rubberized, soft touch surface paired with a premium aluminum cover and wheel makes reaper comfortable, durable and lightweight gaming device.
• Macro Keys and Profiles - Besides basic button assignments, you can also program command sequences as macro keys and save them to 4 different profiles on the onboard memory. Once programmed, Reaper saves those profiles across different systems even without the CM Storm application installed. Aperfect mouse for tournament gamers on-the-go.
• White LED accents - The warm glow of white LED lighting peers through the groove in the palm rest and in the front. Access the reaper's software to toggle lighting effects between modes such as a menacing breathing effect or "rapid fire" mode.
• Customizable Aluminum Plate - The removable aluminum cover is anodized and electrically plated for a high quality look and feel. it's Aluminum palm rest functions as an excellent passive cooler for your hand to help avoid sweaty palms during intense gaming moments.
• Avago 9800 High Precision Laser Sensor
• Front LED Beam
• 1.8m Braided Cable with Gold Plated USB Connector
|No. of Buttons||8|
|Features & Functions||Scroll Button|
|LED Lighting Colour|
|Compatible Operating Systems|
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- 24 months
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- DOA Period:
- 28 days
- RTB Period:
- 24 months
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