Tuesday, December 15th 2020

Sharkoon Announces Shark Force II Ergonomic Gaming Mouse

Sharkoon Technologies is an international supplier of high-performance quality PC components and peripherals. With the SHARK Force II, Sharkoon has developed on its popular all-rounder gaming mouse and now introduces a higher performing upgrade with a more powerful sensor and six selectable DPI levels. According to Sharkoon, the ergonomic form and feel of the mouse remains unchanged from the predecessor and offers a particularly pleasant usability and handling.

With the SHARK Force II, Sharkoon has revised the predecessor model with an upgrade in performance. Inside the mouse, the work is now being done by an effective PixArt PAW3519 optical sensor. With the six preset DPI levels of up to 4,200 DPI, the mouse can be moved with high precision even during demanding applications. The DPI levels can be switched through at the push of a button to enable even more flexibility when gaming or working. In comparison to the predecessor model, the illumination of the SHARK Force logo serves as a visual indication, giving the user feedback as to the selected DPI level.
Sharkoon Shark Force II
Ergonomic Design
Like its predecessor, the SHARK Force II offers a striking design, and the curved sides at back of the mouse offer ergonomic advantages, especially for right-handers. The rubberized surface of the mouse and the thumb rest provide a firm hold for the hand. The two thumb buttons enable additional functions for gaming and for everyday use on the PC.

Price and Availability
The SHARK Force II is now available at the manufacturer's suggested price of 9.99 euros.

For more information, visit the product page.
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4 Comments on Sharkoon Announces Shark Force II Ergonomic Gaming Mouse

#1
FreedomEclipse
~Technological Technocrat~
Shark Force II....

These naming schemes remind me of the Sharknado movie franchise. We're gonna need a bigger boat
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#2
XL-R8R


Budget specs.


However, having used the Shark Force 1(not this model) as a stand-in mouse while waiting for a the arrival of something better, the mouse was certainly not 'bad'; just dont expect "Logitech G" levels of performance from #2.
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#3
bonehead123
Whah-da-fook.....no cutouts/holes, how dare they.... hehehe :)
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#4
Caring1
Are these laser mice?
Sharks with fricken lasers. :laugh:
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