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Prime SPEEDLINK Z-DW Optical Gaming Red Mouse with 8 programmable buttons

SPEEDLINK Prime Z-DW Gaming Mouse, Multi Colour, 3200dpi, USB 2.0, Dual Wheels, Programmable buttons, 1.8m cable, Red

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Scan code: LN68560 Manufacturer code: SL-6390-RD Request call
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Product Overview In the virtual battle the PRIME Z-DW Gaming Mouse secures a decisive advantage for you. The extensive configuration software lets you assign macros to buttons, create profiles and define command sequences that are retrieved without any delay thanks to the mouse’s zero-response time. A multi-coloured LED display provides immediate feedback on the profile settings. What’s more, sometimes one mouse wheel just isn’t enough: the second mouse wheel can also be assigned powerful commands and complex macro sequences. Features Features:
- Maximum precision
- Resolution: 3200dpi
- Optical sensor
- Excellent in ergonomics
- 8 programmable buttons, second, fully configurable scroll wheel plus profile and dpi switch
- Software offers extensive configuration and customisation options
- Internal memory for up to 5 profiles and macro software
- Zero-response-time buttons for lag-free operation
- 64 colours for experience-enhancing scroll wheel illumination
- Flexible, sheathed 1.8m USB cable
- Two scrolling wheels that are macro programmable
- Multi-Coloured LED display to provide feedback on profile settings
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Prime SPEEDLINK Z-DW Optical Gaming Red Mouse with 8 programmable buttons
Prime SPEEDLINK Z-DW Optical Gaming Red Mouse with 8 programmable buttons