Thursday, March 3rd 2016

Tesoro Announces the Ascalon H7L Gaming Mouse

Tesoro Technology, a leading manufacturer of high-tech gaming products, has announced the launch of its latest gaming mouse, the Tesoro Ascalon H7L. Built with only the finest components available, the Ascalon H7L features seven independently programmable buttons with a reset hotkey, a high-precision gaming sensor, and the highest quality Omron switches. Equipped with a 32bit ARM Cortex premium processor and 512KB onboard memory, the Ascalon H7L offers first-rate features essential for gaming including 6400 DPI for precision, 1000 Hz pooling rate for short response time (1ms), and 200 ips motion detection with 50g acceleration for ultimate accuracy.

Designed with direction from today's elite gamers, the new mouse is engineered with sleek, humanistic ergonomics and antimicrobial soft-touch finish providing unprecedented comfort to ensure high performance during long gaming sessions. A braided, 2 meter gold-plated USB cable lends added durability and prevents fraying. The Ascalon H7L also offers customizable 16.8M RGB color lighting.
The software offers an advanced, user-friendly platform that allows gamers to fine-tune to their performance characteristics such as adjustable DPI control, polling rate, liftoff distance and shooting speed. For more advanced specialization, the software adds two unique features to the arsenal, cursor capture and instant macro recording.

Key Features:
  • 6400 True DPI
  • 1000 Hz Ultra Polling Rate
  • Detection 200 ips, acceleration 50g
  • 7 Independently programmable buttons
  • Adjustable DPI Control, Polling Rate, Liftoff distance and Shooting Speed
  • Cursor Capture Technology
  • User-Friendly UI
  • Instant Recording
  • 512KB onboard memory
  • 32bit ARM Cortex Premium Processor
  • Adjustable RGB LED control
  • Human ergonomics for the most comfortable grip and antimicrobial soft-touch finish
  • Compatible with Windows XP / Vista / 7 / 8 / 10
For more information, visit the product page.
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17 Comments on Tesoro Announces the Ascalon H7L Gaming Mouse

#1
Jack1n
Quite the shameless copy of the Logitech G502
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#2
AsRock
TPU addict
Jack1n said:
Quite the shameless copy of the Logitech G502
So ?, for all you know this might work 100% better than the 502. Wish people would stop with this BS.
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ZoneDymo
AsRock said:
So ?, for all you know this might work 100% better than the 502. Wish people would stop with this BS.
and what "bs" would that be?
the poster made a near completely objective statement.
What you read in that is your business.
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#4
Jack1n
AsRock said:
So ?, for all you know this might work 100% better than the 502. Wish people would stop with this BS.
I highly doubt it, if they were that innovative they would create their own design rather then try to leech off the success of more established companies.
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#5
AsRock
TPU addict
Better than coming out with a dumb design that don't work as well, there is only so many shapes that will really work.
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#6
ZoneDymo
AsRock said:
Better than coming out with a dumb design that don't work as well, there is only so many shapes that will really work.
Which is something we have not even come close to reaching, people are wholly unimaginative, there are tons of different new designs they could try.
Hell those ergonomic mice come to mind:
http://ep.yimg.com/ay/yhst-16016120845095/evoluent-vertical-mouse-4-vm4r-right-hand-wired-mouse-1.png
Make a gaming oriented version of that.

Or for something already gaming oriented I shall take you to the past with this Zalman product:
http://images.bit-tech.net/content_images/2008/02/zalman_zm-fg1000_fpsgun_gaming_mouse/b11.jpg

There is nothing out there that tried to refine that to better working mouse so again, plenty of room for originality and innovation, even in mice.
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#7
Joss
Jack1n said:
Quite the shameless copy of the Logitech G502
this
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#8
uuuaaaaaa
Jack1n said:
Quite the shameless copy of the Logitech G502
How many companies (zowie, steelseries for example) have copied (and improved on the internals) the design of the Microsoft WMO 1.1a or IE 1.1a even the IE 3.0?
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#9
trog100
uuuaaaaaa said:
How many companies (zowie, steelseries for example) have copied (and improved on the internals) the design of the Microsoft WMO 1.1a or IE 1.1a even the IE 3.0?
these kind of things are made my a chinese oem factory.. a brand name orders them.. a brand name can ask for design alterations for their own particulate ones or not.. none of these things are actually made by the company name they carry.. they are all bought in from other chinese (far eastern) factories that act as suppliers..

basically a mouse is a mouse.. many of the parts are off the shelf parts.. made in one place and assembled in another and all often coming from the same place..

trog
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#10
GAR
Logitech called, it wants its design back.
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#11
CounterZeus
G502 is a good mouse though :) so it's a plus ripping off that design
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#12
lZKoce
Looks like a good mouse. Resembles 502/ 602 , but that is a big plus in my book. I hope the price is better than Logitech's :)
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#14
Object55
"a leading manufacturer of high-tech gaming products"

It's like the sh1tiest company out there, have dare they.
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#15
ZoneDymo
Object55 said:
"a leading manufacturer of high-tech gaming products"

It's like the sh1tiest company out there, have dare they.

nearly all press releases on here start with that sentence
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#17
Ufasas
Got a mouse, shape is better than g502 awkwardness on the right, and sensor is nice, just don;t like that acceleration setting....
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