Wednesday, October 16th 2013

Gigabyte Rolls Out the Aivia Uranium Wireless Gaming Mouse

Gigabyte Technology has now officially released a new Aivia Series peripheral, the Aivia Uranium gaming mouse which features wireless (2.4 GHz) connectivity and comes bundled with a device called the GHOST Macro Station. The station is equipped with an OLED display and allows the user to view and change the mouse's DPI value and report rate, to re-assign macro hotkeys, and to check battery life. Moreover, it has a cable that will power the mouse if its batteries (two AA batteries are required) are running low.

As for the actual mouse, it measures 130 (L) x 78 (W) x40(H) mm and has a 'Twin-eye' laser sensor (maximum DPI is 6500), 10 programmable buttons with a lifespan of 10 million clicks, a DPI switch, a 4-dimentional scroll wheel, and a matte black finish.

The Aivia Uranium can be found priced at €79.90.
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4 Comments on Gigabyte Rolls Out the Aivia Uranium Wireless Gaming Mouse

#1
erocker
The Macro Station is a pretty neat idea! I wouldn't mind something wired though.
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#2
Prima.Vera
Why would any hardcore gamer use wireless mouse??
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FreedomEclipse
~Technological Technocrat~
by: Prima.Vera
Why would any hardcore gamer use wireless mouse??
Cuz cables add desk clutter and put a slight noose over your freedom of movement.

I used to have a Logitech G7, Absolutely loved it to bits and it was in my service for 3-4years before I just got sick of the battery pack not lasting longer then 3hrs and I couldnt be arsed buying new battery packs off ebay.

Running out of juice while playing was such an annoyance, I also used to run a Wireless Keyboard along with it. Ahhhhh good old MX3000
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#4
raptori
Is it Enriched or Depleted uranium ? ;)
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