Thursday, May 1st 2014
For those who can't seem to find claw-oriented and palm-oriented gaming mice "just right," Cougar announced the variable geometry 700M gaming mouse. Designed similar to the RAT by MadCatz, Cougar's mouse has a few moving and detachable parts that let you strike the right balance between the two mouse grip styles. The mouse packs in an 8,200 DPI sensor (likely Avago-made), and eight programmable buttons, apart from the scroll-wheel. The mouse features a 512 MB onboard flash memory, and an ARM-driven embedded computer, that lets you store up to 16.8 million macros, button maps, and resolution settings. There's no word on when it will hit shelves.