Friday, December 29th 2017

ADATA XPG Presents the INFAREX Mouse and Mousepad Combo Pack

ADATATechnology Co., Ltd., a world leading memory brand, is proud to present the combo pack of the INFAREX M10 gaming mouse and the INFAREX R10 mousepad. Both devices are equipped with RGB lighting effects, so that users can create the optimal atmosphere and exciting for their gaming experiences. Furthermore, both the M10 and R10 are designed with user comfort in mind, to ensure that gaming remains an enjoyable experience even after long sessions.

The INFAREX M10 boasts 3200 DPI optical sensitivity as well as a built-in DPI switch, which gives gamers maximum accuracy, precision, and flexibility when aiming. The ergonomically curvature of the mouse was created based on gamers' grips, and helps protect against wrist pain from repeated clicks. The INFAREX R10 mousepad will be essential to setting the mood for maximum immersion in any gaming experience, thanks to its three lighting modes - mono-colored lights, cycling lights, and pulsing lights.
The INFAREX R10 Mousepad: A Strong Foundation for Gaming Excellence
Thanks to its built-in RGB lighting and three lighting modes, the INFAREX R10 mousepad injects excitement and variety into any gamer's battlestation, while also providing optimal performance for mouse accuracy and precision. Users can switch between lighting modes simply by tapping the surface of the mousepad, which is made of scratch-resistant PVC materials. This combination of style and substance means that the R10 is the mousepad of choice for gamers who want eye-catching performance both in-game and out.

The INFAREX M10 Gaming Mouse: Helping You Make Every Shot Count
The INFAREX M10 gaming mouse also comes with RGB lighting effects, which help boost the thrill of battle. The mouse's optical sensors offer a high sensitivity of 3200DPI, which can be changed on the fly with the built-in DPI button. This means that mouse settings can be quickly and easily changed for different games, or even for different scenarios in the same game. Coupled with the mouse's 145IPS tracking performance, gamers will never have to worry about wielding a substandard mouse again. The design of the mouse is based on user comfort, to ensure that the most comfortable hand grips and positions can be maintained for long periods. Coupled with the rubber material and ridged lines on the side of the mouse, gamers will be able to maintain their hold on the mouse no matter how long their sessions last, thus ensuring an enjoyable gaming experience from beginning to end.
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7 Comments on ADATA XPG Presents the INFAREX Mouse and Mousepad Combo Pack

#1
Chaitanya
Why does that mousepad look like CoolerMaster's RGB mousepad that was recently launched?
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#2
peche
Thermaltake fanboy
can somebody explain the reason for a RGB mouse pad?
made for DJ's y guess, cuz makes no sense to have a dance table at your desk while gaming

Regards,
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#3
neatfeatguy
peche, post: 3775262, member: 153520"
can somebody explain the reason for a RGB mouse pad?
made for DJ's y guess, cuz makes no sense to have a dance table at your desk while gaming

Regards,
Some folks are really into RGB and need everything to match. I'm the complete opposite.

I couldn't bring myself to needing a mouse pad that flashes fancy colors, it just seems like a distraction. Kind of like back lit keyboards. I touch type and I don't need a keyboard to be lit up to see what I'm doing. Then again, I'm not a RGB fan after having LED fans in my first gaming rig. The idea of it sounded cool and the first 5 minutes of having it was cool....I mean, look at it! Fricking awesome! 5 minutes later the annoying brightness of it all really started to irritate me so I had to remove the LED fans since they had no control on them for the lights.

Everything coming out seems to be geared towards RGB - so it must be a big enough thing......or the simple fact that there isn't much else the manufacturers of these pieces of hardware can do with them anymore, so they just started slapping RGB lights one everything just to make their stuff stand out.

As for the mouse, as long as it lasts longer then 18-24 months like a couple of Razer mice I've used, it looks like it could be a solid mouse to use. I've always been a fan of ADATA memory, been my goto for memory the past 6+ years.
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#4
peche
Thermaltake fanboy
well i do like some fancy lights in my rig, maybe the minimal at mouse, back lighted keyboards aren't that important for me, but i gotta recognize that back light helps when gaming at nights with no lights in your bedroom, but is something you can live with or without (previous one had back light, current one no.) but helps a bit, but really a mouse pad with RGB crap on it, is ultra ridiculous IMHO, indeed,

Regards,
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#5
scheilinkin
It looks a lot like this one from ReDragon -
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#6
uuuaaaaaa
This RGB thing is getting out of hand...
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#7
Vayra86
INFAREX.

For the INFANT(ILE?)
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