NZXT Avatar S Gaming Mouse Unveiled

Posted: May 24 2011, 2:11pm CDT | by , in News | Gaming Gear

 

NZXT Avatar S Gaming Mouse unveiled
 

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A new stylish mouse made for gamers.

NZXT announces the Avatar S, the latest addition to their line of gaming mice.  The NZXT Avatar S empowers PC Gamers and enthusiasts with simple and precise gaming control. Similar to the original Avatar, Avatar S is sleek and stealthy in design features an ambidextrous, low profile, light form factor crafted with Teflon feet ideal for making smooth movements on any surface.

NZXT's Avatar S enables complete personalization with a DPI switch that adjusts 1600/800/400DPI in-game without the hassle of downloading different drivers.  Gamers can also custom configure in-game macros, 5 media keys, X-Y sensitivity, and LED lighting and then save the personalized settings onto the onboard 16Kb memory.
 
“We designed Avatar S as an intuitive solution that gives gamers maximum personalization with minimum hassle” said Johnny Hou, Founder and Chief Designer at NZXT. “Your profile settings can be easily configured and then saved onto the onboard memory in case you game on multiple rigs.  When gearing up at a LAN party, the last thing gamers should have to worry about is whether or not their mouse is configured correctly.  Avatar S eliminates that headache.”

Avatar S Main Specs:
Max Speed - 30 Inches/Second
Max Acceleration - 20g
Resolution - 400-1600 DPI
Buttons - 5 Buttons
Onboard Memory - 16Kb

The Avatar S is available for $39.99.

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