Prime SPEEDLINK Z-DW Optical Gaming Red Mouse with 8 programmable buttons
- 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
|Mouse Model||Prime Z-DW|
|No. of Buttons|
|Features & Functions||None|
|LED Lighting Colour||Multi Colour|
|Compatible Operating Systems|
|Cable Length||1.8 m|
|Dimensions||169 x 255 x 88 mm (WxHxD)|
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Date Issued: 29th Jul 2009
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