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Aivia Uranium

Gigabyte Aivia Uranium

Quick Features:

The Aivia Uranium by Gigabyte uses a Laser sensor, specifically the PLN2032, providing a DPI/CPI range of 100 - 6500. This results in a tracking speed of 150 inches/second, and a maximum acceleration of 50G. It uses a USB/ 2.4GHz Wireless connection with a Docking: 1.8m, Charging: 50cm cable. It weighs in at 114g(net); 170g (incl. battery) grams with the cable and is approximately 130 x 78 x 40 mm (LxWxH).

Manufactures description:

Uranium is a silver-gray metallic element, represented by the symbol U in the periodic table. Under certain conditions it can readily be split, yielding tremendous amount of energy and heat. Aivia Uranium is your professional gaming gear, delivering extraordinary power to all your game plays.

GHOST Macro Station is your control center built for pro-gaming task, functions as dynamic status display, hot-switchable macro system and instant charging dock.

The display screen on GHOST Macro Station dynamically update and display the current DPI value, report rate, gaming profiles, and battery life of the mouse. Allows you to catch the live data and stay the optimal status while intense gaming.

The live setup system of GHOST Macro Station enables you to re-assign macro hotkeys and pre-set the DPI value for each on-the-fly adjustment to meet the present in-game situation without leave your game.



 No. of Buttons 
 No. of Macro Keys 
 No. of Game Profiles 
 Connection USB/ 2.4GHz Wireless
 Cable length Docking: 1.8M, Charging: 50cm
 Colour Black
 Ambidextrous No
 Weights No


 Type Laser
 Model PLN2032
 Lift off distance 
 DPI/CPI 100 - 6500
 Memory Size 
 Max tracking speed 150 inches/ second
 Max acceleration 50G
 Response time 
 NVIDIA Reflex 


 Colour Options 
 Lighting Effect 

Dimensions & Weight

 Dimension (LxWxH) 130(L)*78(W)*40(H) mm
 Weight (grams) 114g(net); 170g (incl. battery)
 Weight w/o cable 


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