I would like to thank Sharkoon for providing the review sample.
Sharkoon offers a lot of different hardware. Their offerings include a wide range of external enclosures, cables, modding accessories, power supplies among other things.
This is how Sharkoon presents itself on their website:
“We do not follow any trends – we set them“The Sharkoon Rush Laser mouse has the following specifications:
This is the claim the brand Sharkoon stands for with its products in the areas of gaming, modding, and storage solutions.
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- Resolution: 2000 dpi
- Changeable DPI modus: 400 - 800 - 1600 - 2000
- Picture converting: 7080fps (frames per second); 6.4 Megapixel per second
- Max. acceleration: 20 G; 45 ips (inch per second)
- Sample rate: up to 1000 Hz Reports/sec.
- Data channel: 16 Bit (downward compatible to 8 bit and 12 bit)
- Mouse weight: 124 g
- Laser sensor: Agilent ADNS-6010
- Connector: USB (cable length: 2 m)
- Power input: 5V-60 mA
The packaging is made out of high quality and very thick cardboard. The window shows the mouse, so potential customers can get a feel for size and looks. The back lists all the features of this gaming mouse in eight different languages. The one thing that stands out is the laser warning on the back of the packaging. You usually find these kind of warnings on optical drives or CD/DVD players. So you may not want to get to curious about the laser while the mouse is plugged in.
I was expecting to find a CD inside the packaging, but Sharkoon does not include any specific drivers for the Rush mouse. There was a pouch rolled up inside the package. This makes it nice and easy to take your mouse to LAN parties and back.