Cooler Master release their MasterMouse S and Lite S series mice

Cooler Master release their MasterMouse S and Lite S series mice

Cooler Master release their MasterMouse S and Lite S series mice

 
Cooler Master has released their MasterMouse S and Lite S series mice, both of which are designed to be affordable and still offer premium features. 
 
These two mice will come with the same external aesthetic, though the MasterMouse S will come with a few significant upgrades.
 
The MasterMouse S will use the PixArt PMW3330 optical sensor that enables you to switch between four customizable DPI levels from 400 to 7200 DPI. All the DPI values are provided without interpolation, and the mouse also doesn’t use acceleration. The MasterMouse S Lite will offer PixArt PAW3509 optical sensor that delivers up to 2000 DPI in three preset levels.
 
In addition to the more powerful PixArt sensor, the MasterMouse S will include RGB lighting, with additional buttons which can be set up with macros and up to 5 different profiles thanks to Cooler Master’s software suite.  This mouse will also have a built-in 32-bit ARM processor and 512KB on-board memory, which will allow these macros to be saved to the mouse, allowing it to be used with other PC and without Cooler Master’s setup software after initial setup. 

  

Product Name DPI Buttons LED Illumionation UK Price (inc VAT)

MasterMouse Lite S Gaming Mouse

up to 2000DPI 6 White LED £19.99
MasterMouse S Gaming Mouse up to 7200DPI 6 RGB LED £34.99

 

Cooler Master release their MasterMouse S and Lite S series mice

 

Cooler master has designed both of these mice to be more durable than standard mice, with a matte UV coating that is fingerprint resistant and Omron switches that are guaranteed to withstand over 20 million clicks.

The MasterMouse S and MasterMouse Lite S are expected to be available at local retailers early January 2017 for a suggested retail price of £34.99 for the MasterMouse S and £19,99 for the MasterMouse Lite S.

  

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