Gaming Mouse with Ceramic Glide Feet from Sharkoon DarkGlider

Sharkoon DarkGlider 6000 DPI Avago 9500 laser sensor Gaming Mouse - Lenticular Ceramic Glide Feet & Weight Tuning System

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Scan code: LN45955 Manufacturer code: 4044951012510 Request call
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Product Overview Under the matte black surface of the DarkGlider operations an enhanced version of the Avago 9500 laser sensor, which supports up to 6,000 DPI and a maximum of 11,750 FPS. The current DPI number in use is indicated by a LC display. All ten buttons on the gaming mouse are fully programmable.
With the 256 KB of onboard memory, several different user profiles can be created and easily used on another computer. The DarkGlider floats on special, lenticular ceramic glide feet and offers a Weight Tuning System in order to adjust the overall weight. Features • Avago 9500 V2 Pro Laser sensor
• 10 programmable buttons
• Omron switches for left and right mouse button
• Programmable 4-way scroll wheel
• 5 lenticular ceramic slide pads
• LCD display for DPI indication
• 256 KB internal memory for user profiles
• Gold-plated USB connector
• Cable with textile sheathing
• Weight Tuning System
• Ergonomic design
• Rubberized surface for maximum grip
• Configuration software included
Specifications
Specifications
Type Laser
Mouse Model  
Sensor  
Resolution 6000 dpi
Report Rate  
No. of Buttons 10
Features & Functions
  • PTFE Glide Pads
  • Tilt
DPI Adjustment  
Weight System  
Connectivity USB 2.0
Wired/Wireless Wired
Rechargeable Mouse No
Onboard Memory No
Back-Lit No
Backlight Functions  
LED Lighting Colour  
Compatible Operating Systems  
Cable Length  
Cable Material  
Colour Black
Dimensions  
Weight  
Package Type  
Warranty

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Details
Duration:
12 months
Type:
Return to base
DOA Period:
7 days
RTB Period:
12 months
Manufacturer Contact Details
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Reviews
Rated 3 out of 5 by 1 reviewer.
Rated 3 out of 5 by No, just no. My mouse came with two of the feet stuck to the base of the mouse, outside of there seatings. Once I fixed that, the feet were mis-aligned so the mouse rocked back and forth when you clicked the buttons. I sent it back, got a replacement, and the issue was fixed. Unfortunately, it's just not a very good mouse. The software is terrible, playing a stupid sound on boot-up that you cannot turn off. It uses processor all the time for no reason. You cannot set your own DPI settings, only use the built in ones(I have no idea why), so it's 800dpi or 1200dpi, both of which I do not like. The weight compartment is very shoddy, and does not fit well. I twice has to use a sharp knife to wedge it back out when it had weights in it. And the shape of the mouse is shaped in such a way that it is very hard to "lift-off" with it. If you don't pick up your mouse, not such an issue, but I do and it made it impossible to use. 14 March 2014
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Gaming Mouse with Ceramic Glide Feet from Sharkoon DarkGlider
Gaming Mouse with Ceramic Glide Feet from Sharkoon DarkGlider