WarMouse Gets High Resolution Laser

Posted: Dec 16 2009, 1:00pm CST | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 6:20pm CDT, in News | Hardware & Peripherals

 
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There are many gamers out there who like lots of buttons on their mice and the ability to record macros. This is popular especially on MMORPG games where it takes several keystrokes to do some things in the game.

The WarMouse has 18 different buttons on it and looks insane when you first see it. When we first heard of the mouse, it was to ship with an optical sensor. The WarMouse has been improved and will now ship under the name WarMouse Meta with a 5600 dpi laser sensor.

The mouse features an analog joystick on the side and has five assignable button modes. If you are worried about forgetting what commands you have mapped to each button a pop-up map of the application mode button assignments is featured. Each button can have a macro bound to it with up to 1,024 characters. The mouse is set to ship in Q1 2010 for $74.99.

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