Tuesday, November 20th 2012

Genius Presents GILA MMO/RTS Professional Gaming Mouse

Genius introduces the Genius GILA MMO/RTS professional gaming mouse. GILA is the next generation MMO/RTS professional gaming laser mouse for the GX Gaming series. Comfortable to use with either hand or step-up twelve buttons design, Gila can be customized to conquer any gaming challenge and improve combat performance. Gila has a built in over-clocking SG Core II engine with a dpi range from 200 to 8200 so gamers can easily shift around in the battlefield. A full speed MCU with 32KB built –in memory prevents macro settings from game block and gives gamers 1-ms (8X quicker) response time. The Braided cable and gold-plated USB connector provide a stable and smooth signal connection during battle combat.

A reliable eight million life clicks give MMO/RTS gamers a comfortable button feel, and the adjustable weight design includes six metal weights – each 4.5 grams, customized to improve battle performance. Gila not only allows the X/Y axis dpi to be independently adjustable, but it includes the "Angle Snapping" function that instantly raises cursor precision at high speeds, and the "Sniper" button that instantly reduces the dpi when you need it.

Gila uses the Scorpion user interface so gamers can setup "Button Assignment"' "Macro Management" for up to 72 keys, "Advanced Setting" to customize mouse performance and the "Light Option" that instantly reduces the dpi when you need it. MMO/RTS game oriented, comfortable design with a superb hand grip and outstanding performance in all games.

Product features
  • Professional 12-button MMO/RTS gaming mouse
  • Over-clocking SGCii: 200dpi to 8200 dpi
  • Scorpion gaming user interface
  • Up to 72 keys for user defined macros
  • 16 Million RGB backlight system in 3 areas
  • Adjustable metal weights 4.5g x 6 with storage case included
  • 32K onboard memory to prevent game block
  • 1.8 meter braided cable with gold plated USB connector
  • Rubber Finish grip for complete control and handling
Backed by a 1-year warranty, the Genium GILA is priced around $100. For more information, visit the product page.
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19 Comments on Genius Presents GILA MMO/RTS Professional Gaming Mouse

#1
micropage7
the design is too much for mouse
GILA in indonesian is 'crazy'
they dont do research before naming it before
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#2
NC37
Ehhh...don't think that is optimal button placement.
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#3
Kreij
Senior Monkey Moderator
dpi range in first paragraph is incorrect.
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#4
ColdRush
It's a robot in disguise.
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#5
hellrazor
You can't even look at it without pressing a button....
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#6
Bjorn_Of_Iceland
lol.. "Pro Game STYLE" written at the side. That is some over the top $#!t right there.
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#7
djisas
Im pretty sure my 10$ mouse does everything that one does...
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#8
RCoon
Forum Gypsy
Turn your back on it for 2 seconds and all you will hear before the braided cable wraps itself around your neck is "AUTOBOTS ASSEMBLE!"
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Frick
Fishfaced Nincompoop
by: micropage7
the design is too much for mouse
GILA in indonesian is 'crazy'
they dont do research before naming it before
Meh, you can't expect every single thing to sound alright in every single language.

by: djisas
Im pretty sure my 10$ mouse does everything that one does...
I bet your mouse isn't as good.
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RCoon
Forum Gypsy
by: Frick
I bet your mouse isn't as good.
I'm relatively certain his $10 mouse is around 600dpi give or take, and features lmb, rmb, a scroll wheel, with MAYBE 4 directional options :D god knows what sensor, but hey, I wont challenge until i see some epic rts/fps gaming scores!
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djisas
by: RCoon
I'm relatively certain his $10 mouse is around 600dpi give or take, and features lmb, rmb, a scroll wheel, with MAYBE 4 directional options :D god knows what sensor, but hey, I wont challenge until i see some epic rts/fps gaming scores!
It does handle borderlands 2 better than my other failing logitech laser mouse...
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RCoon
Forum Gypsy
by: djisas
It does handle borderlands 2 better than my other failing logitech laser mouse...
Better than a failing mouse i could understand, but finding a mouse for $10 or less with the afformentioned specs? i doubt it.
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3870x2
by: djisas
It does handle borderlands 2 better than my other failing logitech laser mouse...
The G9/x and the g5/00 and 7/00 are arguably the best mice in existence, backed up by the tens of thousands of user reviews you can find online, and their site reviews. You don't want to have a go against Logitech. Razer would probably be a better option to argue against.

On the flipside, M$ mice usually get a bad rep, but I have to say that it had the most accurate mouse-to-screen movement I have ever seen. For this reason, my next mouse will probably be a sidewinder. (had 2 of them already, gave the other one to my brother-in-law after I received my G9x)
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djisas
by: 3870x2
The G9/x and the g5/00 and 7/00 are arguably the best mice in existence, backed up by the tens of thousands of user reviews you can find online, and their site reviews. You don't want to have a go against Logitech. Razer would probably be a better option to argue against.

On the flipside, M$ mice usually get a bad rep, but I have to say that it had the most accurate mouse-to-screen movement I have ever seen. For this reason, my next mouse will probably be a sidewinder. (had 2 of them already, gave the other one to my brother-in-law after I received my G9x)
I like my logitech mice, both are...
What i mean is, my mouse left button is failing and im finding the 10$ (not exactly, the keyboard + mouse set was around 30€ or so) is handling gaming so well, that im not worried about buying a new logitech mouse...

I took a look at some not expensive gaming mice, but i want my cordless freedom so i was eying a logitech m705 comfort that costs around 40€...
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RCoon
Forum Gypsy
by: djisas
I like my logitech mice, both are...
What i mean is, my mouse left button is failing and im finding the 10$ (not exactly, the keyboard + mouse set was around 30€ or so) is handling gaming so well, that im not worried about buying a new logitech mouse...

I took a look at some not expensive gaming mice, but i want my cordless freedom so i was eying a logitech m705 comfort that costs around 40€...
I concur, that in hindsight, i would not bother spending more than £30-40 on a mouse anymore, and even that is pushing it. As long as the sensor is good, and it can touch 3600dpi, it is a more than capable gaming mouse. All this extra pricing is down to company names and obsolete extras and gimmicks. I still love my old sharkoon fireglider despite cashing out on a Tt Theron :D If i ever had to buy a new mouse it would be a logitech though.
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#17
lyndonguitar
I play games
by: djisas
Im pretty sure my 10$ mouse does everything that one does...
I agree, I just bought this and this for around $10 each and Its great, and both have adjustable DPI frmo 800 to 3200. I have used Razer Products before and I didnt feel any noticeable difference at all aside from a few extra buttons. and I also have played many games with a shittier $2 A4 tech mouse before and it was fine. but that's just me.
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#18
patrico
by: ColdRush
It's a robot in disguise.
lol yeah it looks like primes little brother lol,

id have one though kinda funky lookin
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