Thursday, June 29th 2017

MSI Announces Two Variants of the Clutch Gaming Mouse

Adding to their Clutch gaming mice line-up, MSI has just released two new models. The Clutch GM60 and GM70 both feature RGB functionality and interchangeable thumb rests, which should make these appealing to both right-handed and left-handed people. There are two differentiating factors between these two models. The first is the PMW 3360 sensor: the GM60 allows sensitivity to be set anywhere between 1-10,800, while the GM70 increases that margin to 1-18,000 DPI resolution. Both do this in 100 DPI steps, with an adjustable 1,000-3,000 Hz polling rate. The second stands with the connection type: while the GM60 supports a corded connection only, the GM 70 supports both corded and wireless connections. The change between wired and wireless increases response time from 0.33 ms corded to 1 ms wireless. I'm not a professional gamer, but that doesn't seem like much to me.

The rest of the specs are pretty much equal between both rodents: 2 m braided cables, Omron Gaming switches, aluminum frame, a pouch, as well as the ubiquitous LED lighting controlled by MSI's Mystic Light software. The GM70 weighs in at 129 g, while the GM 60 is a slightly less meaty 115 g. The company said the Clutch GM70 and Clutch GM60 gaming mice are expected to be in stores worldwide starting July 2017.

Source: Tom's Hardware
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4 Comments on MSI Announces Two Variants of the Clutch Gaming Mouse

#1
rtwjunkie
PC Gaming Enthusiast
It doesn't look very big. I need big, beefy palm grip. That view, without anything was in comparison next to it, plus the name, screams claw grip.

Hopefully they will expand the line, without RGB.
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peche
Thermaltake fanboy
rtwjunkie said:
Hopefully they will expand the line, without RGB.
good guy msi... no RGB craps...
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#3
PowerPC
rtwjunkie said:
It doesn't look very big. I need big, beefy palm grip. That view, without anything was in comparison next to it, plus the name, screams claw grip.

Hopefully they will expand the line, without RGB.
Well, of course we can't tell because there are no measurements!
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rtwjunkie
PC Gaming Enthusiast
PowerPC said:
Well, of course we can't tell because there are no measurements!
Yep. Anything, whether a ruler, a woman's hand or a man's hand would give a somewhat better idea.
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