TTeSports Talon X Gaming RGB Mouse Combo from Thermaltake
Pixart Avago 3050 Optical Sensor with Omron Switches
The PIXART Optical sensor on the TALON X gaming mouse offers sensitivity up to 3200 DPI (Red 400 DPI / Yellow 800 DPI / Blue 1600 DPI / Purple 3200 DPI) and provides accurate precision and control during gaming sessions. The addition of premium grade OMRON switches with a 10 million click lifestyle gives a crisp clean click with tactile response to further add to your gaming experience.
Features Choose your battle colours
Add mood to every gaming session by selecting your battle colours and choosing between static or spectrum running mode.
Speed Type Control
The speed-type mouse pad is incredibly smooth and flat and allows gamers to have precise movements combined with comfortable feel.
Smooth Anti Slip Surface!
A special non slip rubber base ensures that the mouse pads will never slip as you game, even in the most intense of battles. Play with confidence and never worry about mouse pad lift-off or slipping again - even on glass desks.
Small and Portable
250mm in size, the Dasher Mini Slim is allows for easy storage and portability meaning that you can bring it anywhere with convenience.
|Mouse Model||Talon X|
|Ideal Game Genres|
|Sensor||PIXART AVAGO 3050 Optical|
|No. of Buttons||6|
|Features & Functions||Omron Switches|
|DPI Adjustment||Selectable DPI|
|Backlight Functions||Static Lighting|
|LED Lighting Colour||RGB (16.8M Colours)|
|Compatible Operating Systems|
|Cable Length||1.8 m|
|Dimensions||123 x 71 x 42 mm (WxHxD)|
Please note your statutory rights are not affected.
For further information regarding Scan's warranty procedure please see our terms and conditions
- 24 months
- Return to base
- DOA Period:
- 7 days
- RTB Period:
- 24 months
Date Issued: 29th Jul 2009
Today's computer mice come in a variety of flavours, including mechanical, optical, laser and BlueTrack. This TekSpek explains what each variety has to offer.
Date Issued: 21st Oct 2008
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