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M8000

Gigabyte M8000

Quick Features:

The M8000 by Gigabyte uses a Laser sensor, providing a DPI/CPI range of 400~4000dpi. This results in a tracking speed of 65 inches/ second, and a maximum acceleration of 20g. It uses a USB connection with a 1.8m cable. It weighs in at 145g ( + up to 38g ) grams with the cable, has Yes, 6g to 38g weights and is approximately 126 x 74 x 43 mm (LxWxH).

Manufactures description:

GIGABYTE GM-M8000 is a super powerful mouse designed specially for gaming users. It is equipped with the highest performance laser engine in the world: with the most accurate precision, no tracking lag, and highest resolution up to 4000dpi. Another powerful feature of this weapon is to its extra gaming buttons which give gamers the best short-cut to upgrade to the highest rank. Having it, you will be much more pleasure and easily to win every game competition you face.

In addition to hardware design, we also provide the best unique gaming software, GIGABYTE GHOST Engine, for gamers to record, to read, and to edit the desired scripts which include complicated keyboard and mouse commands. Gamers just simply press the gaming button, to allow the mouse starts the function in according to recorded macros. GM-M8000 helps gamers get rid of repeated practice, reducing burdens, and having more funs.

 
 

Specification

 
 No. of Buttons 
 No. of Macro Keys 
 No. of Game Profiles 
 Connection USB
 Cable length 1.8m
 Wireless 
 Battery 
 Colour Noble Black
 Ambidextrous No
 Coating 
 Software GHOST engine
 Weights Yes, 6g to 38g
 Switch 
 Feet 
 

Sensor

 
 Type Laser
 Brand 
 Model 
 Processor 
 Lift off distance 
 DPI/CPI 400~4000dpi
 Memory Size 
 Max tracking speed 65 inches/ second
 Max acceleration 20g
 Response time 
 FPS 7200
 NVIDIA Reflex 
 

Lighting

 
 Colour Options 
 Lighting Effect 
 

Dimensions & Weight

 
 Dimension (LxWxH) (L)126*(W)74*(H)43 mm
 Weight (grams) 145g ( + up to 38g )
 Weight w/o cable 

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