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Mindshunter Announces Zephyr Gaming Mouse With a Built-in Cooling Fan

Mindshunter has made available ordering for its upcoming Zephyr mouse - a PC peripheral rodent that features a built-in cooling fan to, quote, "prevent sweaty palms". The Zephyr weighs just 68 g on account of its palm rest being highly perforated, which not only allows air from its built-in fan to cool your hands, but also reduces the mouse's weight (Mindshunters says its geometric design doesn't compromise rigidity or durability of the palm rest).

Sharkoon Announces Light² 200 Ultra-Lightweight Customizable Gaming Mouse

Sharkoon Technologies is an international supplier of PC components and peripherals, offering performance at a reasonable price. Sharkoon presents the Light² 200, an ultra-lightweight gaming mouse of only 62 grams. The mouse has a precise sensor of up to 16,000 DPI, an extremely flexible cable and five mouse feet made of pure PTFE. The Light² 200 is therefore particularly suitable for PC games and applications that require fast and precise operation.

The Light² 200 has a honeycomb structure that extends over the sides, the bottom and the top cover of the mouse. This construction reduces the weight of the mouse to 62 grams, making it one of the lightest gaming mice available. In addition, it has five mouse feet made of pure PTFE as well as a flexible, textile braided cable.

ROCCAT Kone Pure Ultra Available in Asia and EU October 11th

ROCCAT, Turtle Beach's Hamburg, Germany-based PC accessories division today announced the release of the Kone Pure Ultra PC gaming mouse. The Kone Pure Ultra is your favorite mouse, reborn with the latest tech and a new ultra-light weight design. ROCCAT's Kone Pure has become a mouse of choice for many performance-focused gamers, and the Kone Pure Ultra keeps the original ergonomic shape of its predecessor, including the strategic button placement, crisp "click" feeling, and beloved Titan Wheel, but with a much lighter weight coming in at a low 66 grams, making it one of the lightest PC gaming mice on the market. The Kone Pure Ultra is also updated with the latest features, including ROCCAT's Owl-Eye 16K sensor, 1,000hz polling rate, onboard memory for programmable Macros and profiles, and more. The Kone Pure Ultra is available at participating retailers across Asia, the UK, and Europe for a MSRP of 69.99€/59.99£ and will be available in the U.S. this winter for a MSRP of $69.99.

"The Kone is part of ROCCAT's heritage, so each time we release a new version, we always want to make sure we're satisfying our loyal Kone Pure users, as well as enticing new gamers," said René Korte, General Manager for PC Products at Turtle Beach. "Everything gamers love about the Kone Pure is there and upgraded in the Kone Pure Ultra, and we don't have any doubt that this is one of the best gaming mice available, made even better."

HyperX Announces Impending Launch of the Pulsefire Surge RGB Gaming Mouse

HyperX have released their Pulsefire Surge RGB mouse, which it had previously showed off at CES 2018. The Pulsefire Surge RGB mouse is made for right-handed palm grip players, and comes equipped with 6 programmable buttons. The top of the line PixArt PMW 3389 optical sensor makes an appearance, with up to 16,000 DPI resolution (customizable, viewable through a mice-borne LED), a polling rate of up to 1000 Hz and a USB 2.0 connector (cable length: 1.8m).

The Pulsefire Surge RGB features a 360 degree RGB lighting ring with dynamic 360° RGB lighting effects. The switches are Omron, with 50M click reliability. HyperX is saying the Pulsefire Surge is designed for accurate, fluid and responsive tracking, without acceleration. And using software solutions such as HyperX's NGenuity software, gamers can assign personalized macro functions to the six programmable keys and store them in a macro library. The HyperX Pulsefire Surge RGB gaming mouse is available from Q2 for $69.99.
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