Wednesday, July 1st 2015

Sharkoon Announces the SharkZone M51+ Mouse+Bungee Bundle

Sharkoon expands its range of input devices and presents the SHARK ZONE M51+ bundle consisting with the new SHARK ZONE M51 Gaming Laser Mouse and equally new SHARK ZONE MB10 Gaming Bungee Hub.

The SHARK ZONE M51 LASER MOUSE comes in a stylish SHARK ZONE design with an illuminated logo and, with its Avago ADNS-9800 laser sensor, is specifically designed for gamers. The rubber coating ensures maximum grip on the mouse, even with ambitious use. The mouse also has LED DPI indicators, 11 programmable buttons, 4-way scroll wheel and weight tuning system. Individual settings such as key settings, mouse speed, color settings and illumination can easily be made via the included gaming software and comfortably saved on the mouse using the onboard memory. The M51 connects via a textile braided cable with gold-plated USB plug.
The accompanying SHARK ZONE MB10 GAMING BUNGEE HUB has a flexible support arm, which optimally guides the cable to the mouse. This allows the gamer to fully concentrate on their game and not be distracted by the cable sliding about. The internal weight of the stand as well as the self-adhesive, anti-sliding pad guarantees a secure hold on the table. The integrated 4-port USB 2.0 hub also allows easy connection of USB devices. Typical SHARK ZONE: Optically, the yellow illuminated MB10 is a real eye-catcher.

End customers will find the Sharkoon SHARK ZONE M51+ Gaming Laser Mouse with MB10 Bungee Hub available now for the suggested retail price of 47.99 euros from authorized retailers. The SHARK ZONE MB10 Gaming Bungee Hub is also separately available for 17.99 euros.
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3 Comments on Sharkoon Announces the SharkZone M51+ Mouse+Bungee Bundle

lol yet another copycat prestigio pmsg1 mouse, guess no one patented that mouse...
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Give me more colors and i`m in..
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TPU addict
LOL, total fail, i know for a fact when i moved the mouse left and right i would feel the wire on that thing. I found the best way is to put the cable over the back of the table and depending on the distance some thing smooth to prop it will do the trick.

In my case the keyboard cable passes were the mouse cable goes and having the mouse cable rested on the braided keyboard cable works.

Dam people buy some crap these days.

How ever i do like that mouse.
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