Tuesday, March 24th 2015

Cougar Announces the 300M Gaming Mouse

COUGAR, leading brand in the gaming hardware market, announces today the arrival of a new gaming mouse that targets the mainstream pro-level gamer. With a 4000 DPI sensor, 7 programmable buttons and a 1000Hz polling rate, COUGAR 300M Gaming Mouse offers everything a gamer might ask for. Its support for UIX, the unrivaled leader in gaming device management, sets it a further step above competitors and allows the user to unleash its full potential.

The COUGAR 300M has the successful ADNS-3090 Optical Sensor as its beating heart. With its 4000 DPI, it can provide gamers with the precision required for playing any kind of games. On top of this, the 1000 Hz polling rate and 1ms response time guarantee instant reaction, thus avoiding defeat by mouse lag situations. This precision and this quality are further enhanced by the OMRON switches used for its main buttons, which guarantee a minimum life of 5 million clicks, and the braided cable that protects the mouse-computer link.
Apart from excelling in quality, the 300M does not lag behind in functionality. With 7 fully programmable buttons and on-board memory for up to 3 complete configuration profiles, a maximum of 24 functions can be accessed directly from the mouse. But this all gets to a new level thanks to UIX, which allows all this functionality to be easily and intuitively managed through a single app. The DPI LEDs included on the mouse allow the user both to know instantly the current DPI mode and also, due to their capability to display 16.8 million colors, to identify visually the mode being used.

Last but not least, this all comes in a highly ergonomic gaming design, tested and approved by pro gamers. In short, 300M is the intersection of high quality and extended functionality, providing the user with perfect control

This exceptional gaming mouse will be available for purchase in late April 2015, with a MSRP of 39.99 USD for the USA (price might differ in other regions).
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15 Comments on Cougar Announces the 300M Gaming Mouse

#1
lZKoce
May be it's from the PR picture, but it looks cheap to me.
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#2
P4-630
The Way It's Meant to be Played
Ugly....
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#3
micropage7
lZKoce said:
May be it's from the PR picture, but it looks cheap to me.
P4-630 said:
Ugly....
yeah, just like $2 generic mouse
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#4
peche
Thermaltake fanboy
lZKoce said:
May be it's from the PR picture, but it looks cheap to me.
looks like disposable one,

P4-630 said:
Ugly....
from every side!

micropage7 said:
yeah, just like $2 generic mouse
i bet its like $30 minimum,
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#5
a_ump
peche said:
looks like disposable one,


from every side!


i bet its like $30 minimum,
actually it reminds me of the microsoft intelimouse 3.0 that was very very popular a long while ago.
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#6
peche
Thermaltake fanboy
lol thats a pretty old one!
but all old microsfoft mice were pretty hihg quality items,
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#7
Axaion
P4-630 said:
Ugly....
How so?, the colors arent the best, but at least its not a spaceship logitech as of their new found LSD induced designs

Or a razer with muh 58 buttans so the kids dont need a keyboard


Looks a lot like the CM Alcor

Which, by the way, people seems to keep saying these mice are the same shape and size as an intellimouse explorer 3.0
Deathadder
Zowie EC1 series
CM Alcor/mizar

This is completely untrue, theyre all shorter, and have several design differences that makes them feel much smaller due to dimensions (mainly the alcor/mizar here) Or generally have a HORRIBLE right side that has a \ shape instead of a slight / shape

On that note i wish people and PR would take pictures of that right side, they always just show the left with side, might as well be spikes with more spikes for the ultimate dakka on the right so dem orks can get their dakka on
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P4-630
The Way It's Meant to be Played
Axaion said:
How so?, the colors arent the best, but at least its not a spaceship logitech as of their new found LSD induced designs

Or a razer with muh 58 buttans so the kids dont need a keyboard


Looks a lot like the CM Alcor

Which, by the way, people seems to keep saying these mice are the same shape and size as an intellimouse explorer 3.0
Deathadder
Zowie EC1 series
CM Alcor/mizar

This is completely untrue, theyre all shorter, and have several design differences that makes them feel much smaller due to dimensions (mainly the alcor/mizar here) Or generally have a HORRIBLE right side that has a \ shape instead of a slight / shape

On that note i wish people and PR would take pictures of that right side, they always just show the left with side, might as well be spikes with more spikes for the ultimate dakka on the right so dem orks can get their dakka on
Well thats just my opinion, I just would not buy it because I dont like the colors/design and I think it's ugly and it's not even wireless either! :p
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#9
peche
Thermaltake fanboy
P4-630 said:
and it's not even wireless either! :p
wireless for gaming ?
no thanks...
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P4-630
The Way It's Meant to be Played
peche said:
wireless for gaming ?
no thanks...
Well I never had a problem gaming with a wireless mouse!
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#11
peche
Thermaltake fanboy
P4-630 said:
Well I never had a problem gaming with a wireless mouse!
wireless mice and keyboards are the worst than ever happened to me, i preffer braided usb, for the win,

Regards,
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#12
P4-630
The Way It's Meant to be Played
peche said:
wireless mice and keyboards are the worst than ever happened to me, i preffer braided usb, for the win,

Regards,
I don't use a wireless keyboard anymore since I own a laptop now but when I had a wireless keyboard I never had any issues with it!
You probably did not buy the right stuff! Or bad luck! Anyway, everyone has it's own opinions about wired/wireless.
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#13
peche
Thermaltake fanboy
P4-630 said:
bad luck!
that shall be the truth.. but aniway .. wired mouse and keyboard for the rest of my gaming life, for work i use a microsft wireless mouse... but working is another thing! :D
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peche
Thermaltake fanboy
P4-630 said:
everyone has it's own opinions about wired/wireless.
you are in the point!
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