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A4Tech Launches Pair of Gaming Peripherals

Discussion in 'News' started by btarunr, Apr 10, 2012.

  1. btarunr

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    A4Tech launched a pair of gaming peripherals in Japan, the F3-JP gaming mouse, and the X7-G800V-JP gaming keyboard. The F3-JP is a right hand-oriented palm-grip mouse with five action buttons, one macro profile switching button, and one tracking resolution adjustment button (adjusts tracking resolution between 100-3,000 DPI). The mouse has on-board memory, to store macro-profiles. Measuring 70 x 100 x 40 mm (WxDxH), the F3-JP weighs about 130 g. It is priced at 3,980 JPY (US $48.6).

    The X7-G800V-JP is a gaming-grade common membrane keyboard with assured 8-key NKRO. Apart from a conventional 102-key English QWERTY layout, it features 15 macro keys, with local storage of macro-profiles. The WASD keys are distinct, with better grip. The keyboard features a spill-proof membrane. Measuring 205 x 510 x 30 mm (WxDxH), weighing about 1 kg. It is priced at 3,680 JPY (US $45).

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    A new iteration of my keyboard, and an update on the mice higher up the "lineup" compared to the one I have...
     
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    They are little expensive for A4 tech. At my country they are about 20$ each.
     
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    Bullet holes? Really? It'd almost look classy if not for that.
     
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    I have an X7 and It is a quite good
     
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    I have one of their gaming mice for years now. Quite satisfied. But the keyboard is no go for me. I preffer low-hight keys, and that one is with normal ot 3/4 height ones. I can't distinguish on the picture.
     
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    And I share the opinion, since mine's the same model. I'm still waiting for your review of it, though. -_-
     
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    I, too, have an X7. Best bang for buck mouse out there. I will not buy another mouse unless it's an upgraded version built on this same profile. Would be nice to have adjustable weighting.
     

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