NZXT just announced their new computer mouse, the Avatar S Gaming Mouse, and it is loaded with features to help gamers reach the highest levels of performance. It is lightweight with a low profile and actually has Teflon feet to allow it to easily glide along to match the gamers speed and precision. The internal electronics are also geared for extreme precision with a 1000Hz polling rate and a 1600DPI laser sensor. This Avatar S mouse actually can support an acceleration up to 20G and a tracking speed of 30 inches per second.
Combining great ergonomics, smooth motion, high speed tracking, and immense precision makes the NZXT Avatar S mouse ideal for hard-core PC gaming. However, it doesn’t end there because the Avatar S also provides all kinds of customizations and programmable features. It has X/Y sensitivity options, 5 programmable buttons, in-game macros, and even a switch to allow you to adjust DPI settings while in the middle of a game. It is everything needed to take PC game performance to the professional level.
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 making it an ideal solution for on-the-go gaming.
NZXT Avatar S Gaming Mouse
- Precision and Flexibility: 1600 DPI laser sensor with 1600/800/400 DPI settings out of the box
- Teflon feet for effortless gliding on any surface
- Tracking speed of 30 inches per second and acceleration up to 20G
- Hardware DPI switch allows for driver-less DPI switch while in game without the hassle of drivers
- 16Kb Onboard Memory stores 1 profile of macros, dpi settings, and LED settings for gaming on-the-go
- 5 Key programmable mouse
- Ambidextrous design ideal for both left and right handed users
- LED on/off settings
- Polling rate of 1000Hz
- Immense customizability: Ability to modify default DPI settings individually, setup in-game macros, media keys, and X-Y sensitivity options