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Shogun Bros. Announce Ballista MK-I Gaming Mouse for FPS Snipers

Discussion in 'News' started by btarunr, Jan 19, 2012.

  1. btarunr

    btarunr Editor & Senior Moderator Staff Member

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    Shogun Bros. understand gamers need a reliable, accurate and simple operated fragging device, this is the reason to develop the Ballista MK-1 for all they needs in their battlefield. We use all top design, materials and components to create best mouse for them.

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    Features
    • Precision Sniping System – Independent X and Y DPI setting (Allow User to Set Slow Vertical or Horizontal Movement for Stable Targeting)
    • Thumb Selector for Speed Shoot Mode Change
    • Extreme Accurate 5700 DPI, 1000HZ Polling Rate
    • Extreme Movement Sensation - 11570 Frame Per Second (No Jumping, No Skipping)
    • 4 Level Customized DPI Setting with Active Indicator
    • Independent X, Y and Refresh Rate Indicator
    • 5 Mode Customized Profile Setting with Indicator – Total 20 Customized DPI Setting (Best for FPS, MMO, RPG and Normal Desktop Enviroment)
    • 11 Macro Keys to Master in the Game
    • 5 Finger Rest and Ergonomic Shape for Long Hours Fight
    Design
    • Driver Free Capability (Bring mouse to any PC for Gaming)
    • Rubberized Surface for best grip
    • Special Thick Thumb Rubber for Grip to Move
    • Vacuum Electroplating Button
    • X,Y and Mode DPI Indicator
    • Military Grade Fabric Cable with Interference Cancellation
    • Golden Plated USB
    Pricing and Availability: Worldwide available in Q2 2012.
     
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    here we go again "Military Grade" :laugh: :laugh: :laugh: :shadedshu
     
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    i wonder what goes into making a military grade cable
     
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    A whole lotta kick ass
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    and we're all outta ass....
     
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    the real thread titel "Shogun Bros. Announce Ballista MK-I Gaming Mouse for FPS Campers" :roll:
     
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    my troughs exact, but you beat me too it :D
     
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    Extreme Movement Sensation - 11570 Frame Per Second (No Jumping, No Skipping)

    Well this depends on surface the user have, cloth mats have a higher chance on jumping and skipping cause drit on and under the mat. Plastic mats is a beter choice for high dpi laser sensor. But plastic mats also faster worn and flaking. But they are cheaper and and can come in high or low slip mats.
     
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    That is amazing, hadn't realized military grade gaming technology had come this far

    Gonna have to pass on it though, doesn't have MW3 written on it. Nobody would take me seriously jumping around with a shotgun in each hand with less than perfect gear.
     
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    a mouse for those who stay in the map for 1 whole hour and have 1 kill.
     
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    I can safely say that military shit breaks as much as non military shit..
     

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