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Zowie Announces EC eVo White and AM-FG

Discussion in 'News' started by btarunr, Sep 26, 2012.

  1. btarunr

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    One of the most interesting things about e-Sports is that it is a competitive activity, which is not limited by a player’s physical capability. Players are able to compete against other players on response time, creativity and ability to perform in stressed situations. Nothing is given in electronic sports, as even the smallest impact can change the course of the game. This is one of the things that make electronic sports so interesting and intriguing to watch.

    This is also why any player needs to be able to trust his equipment to perform at its best in any given situation. The most important factor in any game is the player, but he needs to be completely comfortable with the equipment he is using. We understand the importance and need for gamers to have the best possible environment when playing, so that they can focus purely on making the largest impact.

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    This is why we have different variants of our most popular mice, the EC and the AM, because gamers are different and have different needs and desires. We have found a new method to apply the coating of the EC eVo white and the AM-FG and without getting deeper into the details, we can tell you that the coating process takes 48 hours for each mouse – and it makes it pretty damn awesome.

    Our hope is that this new coating will provide a better alternative for gamers who prefer a clean coating over rubberized mice.

    The EC eVo white and the AM-FG will be available in middle of August for Europe and in end of August for North America. For more information, visit the product pages of ZOWIE EC1 eVo white and ZOWIE AM-FG.
     
  2. Dj-ElectriC

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    Coating takes 48 hours, getting it dirty takes about 5 hours
    Using a black AM mouse.
     
  3. Vancha

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    Here's some snake oil. I can't tell you what's so special about it without getting deeper into the details, but I can tell you that filling it up takes 48 hours for each vial - and it makes it pretty damn awesome.

    Also, August?...2013?
     

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