Despite being new to the gaming peripherals scene, Gigabyte has dived in head first with the launch of its high-end Aivia gaming gear lineup. In this review, we will take a look at the Aivia Krypton Gaming mouse which is based on the Avago ADNS-9800 8200 DPI laser sensor. With its futuristic design, this mouse is an ambitious attempt by Gigabyte to take a slice of the big gaming market. This nine-buttoned rubber clad, oddly named rodent, is a far cry from the more FPS-inspired hardware we are used to seeing from Gigabyte; we like it just the same!
Gigabyte is using a new onboard system for the macro playback and storage, which means users can access different profiles without having to install the Gigabyte GHOST engine driver software.
- Interface: USB
- Tracking system: Advanced Gaming Laser Sensor (Avago ADNS-9800)
- Resolution: 8200 DPI
- FPS (frame rate per second): 12000 frames/second
- Maximum acceleration: 30 G
- Maximum speed: 150 inches/second
- Switch life: 10 million times
- Onboard memory: 32KB GHOST™ Macro Engine
- Cable length: 1.8 m nylon braided/gold-plated USB connector
- Dimension: (L) 128.0 * (W) 67.0 * (H) 41.5 mm
- Weight: 110-149g adjustable