Thursday, February 2nd 2017

BIOSTAR Unveils the Racing GM5 Gaming Mouse

BIOSTAR is proud to announce its latest introduction into its gaming peripheral family with the most advanced gaming mouse from BIOSTAR yet. Introducing the BIOSTAR RACING GM5 gaming mouse inpired and designed with the RACING spirit in mind. Featuring a unique carbon fiber shell for that sleek gaming feel, experience ultra-swift and precise tracking with the PMW 3330 optical sensor powering the BIOSTAR RACING GM5. Supporting up to 7200 DPI, you are guaranteed optimal gaming performance everytime.

The BIOSTAR RACING GM5 gaming mouse fully unleashes BIOSTAR's commitment into delivering its best when it comes to its gaming products with fully adjustable DPI settings up to 7200DPI, you can easily choose at 50DPI increments if you wish for more precise tracking that is tailored for your own personal need. Gamers also have the option of on-the-fly DPI switching with 4-stage selection from 800, 1600, 2400 and 7200 via the software and DPI switch.
Omoron switches guarantee exact actuation on your click. Rated for 50-million clicks, enjoy non-stop gaming fun even in intense situations and gaming sessions thanks to the tried-and-tested quality of Omron micro switches. The ambidextrous claw-grip design chooses noone and will fit both left- and right-handed users well. The classic claw-grip design enables gamers to utilize swift and rapid movements with high-stability for maximum control even in intense, high-stakes gaming situations.

The BIOSTAR RACING GM5 gaming mouse has RGB LED illiumination on its scroll wheel and side for added effect. LED indicators merge with the main light for a natural look and provide an intuitive display of the current DPI level.

Included with the BIOSTAR RACING GM5 as well as all BIOSTAR Intel 200-series motherboards, all new VGAs, gaming mice and keyboards are free invite codes for World of Tanks. This free codes allow World of Tanks Asia server players to avail of premium gifts for the game.
For more information, visit the product page.
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5 Comments on BIOSTAR Unveils the Racing GM5 Gaming Mouse

#1
KithKhan
Bwahaha!

Is that carbon fiber using high or low modulus epoxy?
How dense is the weave?
Is it a monocoque build?
By how many grams was the weight reduced in lieu of using a plastic top?

Come on! If you're going to use carbon fiber you've got to really sell it!

;)
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#2
Casecutter
Is that 45's hand on that mouse or is that thing just HUGE...
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#3
ZoneDymo
actual carbon fiber and not just carbon fiber look? pretty cool.
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#4
peche
Thermaltake fanboy
KithKhan said:
Bwahaha!

Is that carbon fiber using high or low modulus epoxy?
How dense is the weave?
Is it a monocoque build?
By how many grams was the weight reduced in lieu of using a plastic top?

Come on! If you're going to use carbon fiber you've got to really sell it!

;)
its computer hardware... what you expect... real Carbon fiber everywhere?

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#5
Delta6326
Dang! I wanted this so bad till I saw it supports Win2000 and not Win98.......
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