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Genius Announces DeathTaker MMO and RTS Gaming Mouse

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Genius, a leading maker of computer peripherals, today announces DeathTaker, a professional laser gaming mouse designed for MMO and RTS gamers. The DeathTaker is the debut product of the GX Gaming Series which will be unveiling throughout the coming months.

With nine buttons DeathTaker gives gamers the ability to customize their gaming experience. Genius' included “Scorpion” UI lets gamers manage macros for up to 55 keys in 5 profiles, as well as a selection of up to 16 million backlight colors. The on-board memory design prevents game block and stores preferred macro settings for ready-to-play action on any computer.



Continuing to show flexibility, the GX Gaming Series DeathTaker has a built-in over-clocking SCGii engine designed for MMO and RTS gamers. Gamers can independently adjust the X and Y axis from 100 to 5700 dpi, and use the removable weight system including 6 metal weights -each 4.5 grams- to get the right heft and balance for any game or hand speed.

DeathTaker is not only completely customizable, but also provides a smooth, stable connection with a comfortable ergonomic design. Incorporated in DeathTaker is the full speed CPU giving gamers 8x faster response time. The high-quality braided cable with a resilient gold-plated USB connector means gamers don't have to worry about interrupted gameplay.

With a reliable 8 million clicks, DeathTaker gives MMO and RTS gamers the flexibility, stability, and comfort they desire for the MSRP of $79.90.

Package Contents:
  • DeathTaker gaming mouse
  • DeathTaker user interface driver
  • Metal weight 4.5g x6
  • Weight adjuster manual
  • Multi-language quick installation pack
Product Highlights and Price:
  • Nine professional buttons designed for MMO, and RTS gamers.
  • Adjust X and Y axis independently from 100 to 5700 dpi for different game demands
  • Removable weight system with 6 metal weights – 4.5 grams each
  • On-board memory to prevent game block and reprogramming no matter the computer
  • Includes “Scorpion” UI to allow button assignment and macro management
  • RGB system to select up to 16 million backlight colors
  • 1.8 meter braided cable with gold-plated USB connection
  • MSRP: US$79.90
For more information, visit the product page
 

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reminds me somewhat of the Saitek Cyborg (PM42) gaming mouse



For $80 its not bad, but theres no knowing how well the laser on it performs and stuff. otherwise a Logitech G500 is cheaper and an awesome mouse
 

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In the uk I have always associated Genius with cheap keyboards and mixe, this is a step up for them.
 

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In the uk I have always associated Genius with cheap keyboards and mixe, this is a step up for them.
I used to have a Genius 5.1 soundcard too i bought for £5 No idea what happened to it but it worked pretty well.

Think i eventually sold it off and got a Creative Audigy ZS 2
 
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Have I been living under a rock? I'm totally unfamiliar with this "leading maker of computer peripherals".
 
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Have I been living under a rock? I'm totally unfamiliar with this "leading maker of computer peripherals".
They sell ALOT here in SouthAmerica, and so in Asia, Africa, and Eastern Europe too.
USA and Western Europe ist about >40% of the total market in computers ...
 
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Let me guess: "For the serious, Hardcore gamer" YEAH BRO! My God, PC gaming peripherals are so gaudy. It's like the manufactures are stuck in some late '80s movie. This overpriced crap is why the PC gaming market can never gain ground to the consoles. I chuckle every time I see an extravagant GPU box. Pretty soon though, these aging man-children will run out of their parents money.

But for now... DEATH KILLER XTREME 9000!!!!