ThermalTake Argent M5 Wireless RGB Gaming Mouse
Thermaltake Argent M5 RGB Wireless Optical Mouse, Omron Switches, 2.4Ghz / BT5.0, RGB, 16000dpi, 8 Buttons, Ambidextrous
By DPD On 25th Oct
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ThermalTake Argent M5 Wireless RGB Optical Gaming Mouse
Experience Freedom of Movement The Thermaltake Argent M5 Wireless RGB Gaming Mouse is an ambidextrous 8 button gaming mouse that supports 2.4Ghz RF, Bluetooth 5 and/or wired usb connectivity. The Argent M5 features a pixart PMW-3335 optical sensor and sensitivity options ranging between 100 ~ 16,000 DPI to bring you superior tracking and response both whilst gaming and during your everyday tasks. Boasting an aluminum scroll wheel, programmable side buttons, detatchable braided plug & play charging cable, onboard memory for you to store commonly used macros, up to 6 gaming profiles and customisable RGB illumination across 2 zones the Argent M5 has what it takes to ensure you are always at the top of your game.
Track Every Movement
PIXART PMW-3335 optical sensorThe Argent M5 Optical Wireless gaming mouse features a high performance optical sensor that delivers superior tracking and response timings with a sensitivity range of between 100 ~ 16000 DPI allowing you to find your own sweet spot.
Connect Your Mouse, Your Way
2.4GhzWireless range of 10m. Fast 1ms polling rate and battery lasting up to 36 hours with lighting or 100 hours with lighting off.
Wired USBPlug in for wired mode and play while charging. Supports 12v/800mA fast charging.
Bluetooth 5.0Low energy technology with battery lasting up to 52 hours with lighting or 200 hours with lighting off.
Make Your Own Mark
Light up your battlesWith full 16.8M true RGB colour coverage across two illumination zones and incorporating customisable dynamic lighting effects allows you to chose your own aesthetic and style; win games and look great whilst doing it.
Top-Shelf Gaming Features
Plug & PlayPlug in for wired mode and play while charging. Supports 12v/800mA fast charging.
Onboard Memory store commonly used macros and up to 6 game profiles.
Programmable Buttons8 programmable buttons including the profile switch in the middle for easy customisations.
Omron SwitchesBuilt to last with 50-million click rated Omron switches.
iTAKE Engine Software
Take Control of Your EcoSystemCustomise macros and game profiles; adjust brightness, speed and direction of the RGB lighting effects; and SyncALL RGB colors of all your Thermaltake Gaming Peripherals via the TT SYNC function, creating one complete ecosystem.
ARGENT M5 RGB Gaming Mice Unboxing
|Mouse Model||Argent M5 Wireless RGB|
|Ideal Game Genres|
|Resolution||100 - 16000 dpi|
|No. of Buttons||8|
|Features & Functions||None|
|Backlight Functions||2-Zone RGB|
|LED Lighting Colour||RGB (16.8M Colours)|
|Compatible Operating Systems|
|Cable Length||1.8 m|
|Dimensions||64 x 37 x 128 mm (WxHxD)|
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Date Issued: 29th Jul 2009
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