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Mouse of Steel

SteelSeries Introduces New High Definition Gaming Mouse and Gaming Surface announces August availability of three new products, two of which are squarely aimed at gamers, a new SteelSeries Xai LASER mouse and SteelSeries 9HD mouse surface, as well as new SteelSeries Kinzu Optical Mouse. The new gaming mouse boasts some extremely high numbers in explaining its awesomeness, and we'll take your word for it that your mouse shortcomings are holding back your game:

Research and development of the mouse was done in close cooperation with full-time professional gamers from the U.S., Europe and Asia to ensure that the SteelSeries Xai is a tool with a purpose not just a gadget. The 10.8 megapixels/second sensor offers a huge improvement over the current generation of gaming mice by processing 12,000 frames/second at 5,001 CPI at movement speeds of 150 inches/second providing the user with High Definition tracking for unparalleled precision. Furthermore, the SteelSeries Xai offers unprecedented levels of personalization for the user, with unique SteelSeries sensor innovations like SteelSeries ExactAim, SteelSeries ExactRate, SteelSeries ExactSens, SteelSeries FreeMove and automatic lift distance calibration. SteelSeries Xai can be fully configured via a LCD menu system on the back of the mouse, where settings will be stored on the mouse thus eliminating the need for drivers and providing configuration capabilities on-the-go.

Some of the features of the SteelSeries Xai include:

    • Ambidextrous shape
    • 7 Programmable macro buttons, 200 strokes per button
    • Driverless plug-and-play, with 5 profiles
    • Fully configurable via LCD menu system
    • 100-5,001 counts/inch

2. Re: Mouse of Steel Jul 24, 2009, 11:09 Zyrxil
Horrible guess? Even the newest mice out of Logitech, Microsoft, or Razer debut at around $90, and they fall below $50 pretty quickly.

This comment was edited on Jul 24, 2009, 11:11.
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