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OZONE Rolls Out Neon Precision Gaming Mouse

Discussion in 'News' started by btarunr, Feb 4, 2014.

  1. btarunr

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    Sleek, precise and versatile: Ozone Neon is the ultimate laser mouse, an ambidextrous gaming mouse designed to suit a wide variety of grip styles and hand sizes. Available in four colors. February 2014. Msrp: 49,90€. Outfitted with an ultra-precise 6400 DPI laser sensor that ensures a perfect tracking performance. Fully customizable, adjust the polling and response rate and program its 8 buttons in 5 independent profiles thanks to its 128Kb built-in memory.

    Specifically designed shape to suit all playing styles and ensure maximum control and comfort for both right and left handed users. Easy to go to 6400, 3500, 1800 and 800 DPI with LED level indicator. All of those features are easily customizable thanks to its software included.

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    No matter if you make small precise movements or fast long range swipes the side rubber pads will ensure the best motion control. Top Surface specially coated with leading-edge antislip rubber material. Never lose control of your game.



    "6400 DPI laser sensor, 8 buttons in 5 independent profiles… Yes, I just love the new mouse from Ozone. Neon allows me to be concentrate on my game, not having to worry if my equipment will fail me in the middle of the action. As a professional gamer I need not just the good but the best, that's why Neon is my choice" - Choi "DanDy" In-kyu, MVP-Ozone.

    For more information, visit the product page.
     
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    Looks good, but I just do not get having it in 4 different lighted designs. Why not just stick three different LED's in it and so it can change color at the touch of a button. That way it could be sold as a feature. Weird.
     

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