Wednesday, August 13th 2014

Rapoo Also Announces VPRO V900 Gaming Mouse

Rapoo, one of the world's leading manufacturers of peripherals in the wireless segment and the first manufacturer of products featuring 5 GHz wireless technology, holds an impressive 42% market share in China. Today, it proudly presents the V900 Laser Gaming Mouse under its VPRO Gaming label. The V900 will get its first public unveiling in Europe at this year's gamescom. Winner of multiple accolades from the press and international bodies such as the Industry Forum Design (iF) for its product quality and design, Rapoo will now fully utilize its vast experience and incredible inventiveness, which it has already proven in other areas, in the gaming sector.

With its first mouse VPRO Gaming Labs intends to show that a high-end gaming mouse doesn't need to be expensive, despite using premium materials and components - and the V900 Laser Gaming Mouse is clear proof of this. The 7-button mouse combines an ergonomic right-hand optimized design with an LED multi-color light system with 16 million colors to choose from, Omron switches for a very positive click action, plus an 8200 dpi VPRO Laser Gaming Sensor.
VPRO Gaming Labs took the original V900 Laser Gaming Mouse and further improved it specifically for the European and American market. The features that were upgraded include the Soft Grip material covering the mouse, which offers secure grip even right in the heat of battle. With their enhanced grip, the rubberized side grips combined with the incredible ergonomic comfort mean this tool always sits perfectly in the hand for total game control. Indeed, the V900 has been immensely popular right from its launch in China. This market currently has 338 million gamers and the world's highest number of PC gamers.

The V900 Laser Gaming Mouse is scheduled for release at the start of September 2014 in Germany and several other European countries for an MSRP of €59.99.
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2 Comments on Rapoo Also Announces VPRO V900 Gaming Mouse

it might be basic as hell but damn that looks sexy
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ZoneDymo said:
it might be basic as hell but damn that looks sexy
I was thinking the same. I wonder how it will hold up, from the pictures it looks solidly built.
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