Mionix Castor Gaming Mouse Unveiled

Posted: Jul 28 2015, 9:56am CDT | by , in News | Technology News

 
Mionix Castor Gaming Mouse unveiled

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New Mionix Castor mouse combines ergonomic comfort with performance, but only for right-hand gamers.

Swedish Mionix unveils the 6-button, multi-color optical Castor mouse, crafted especially for right-handed gamers with dedicated ring and pinkie finger grooves and enhanced rubber grip.

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The Mionix Castor unique shape has been developed to be used by right-handed players to equally support palm, claw and fingertip-grip. The mouse has a dedicated pinky- and ring-finger support-groove which makes it extremely comfortable to hold and lift.

The PMW-3310 gaming grade optical sensor has no positive or negative hardware acceleration, high accuracy, smooth tracking, and a maximum speed of more than 5.45m/sec (215 IPS), all the way up to 10,000DPI.

The Mionix Castor mouse will ship in September world-wide for 69.99 Euro (~$77).

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