Storage and memory maker Patriot has this week unveiled two new additions to its range of gaming mice which will be available at the end of this month (V530) and Q1 2017 (V570).
The new additions take the form of the Viper V570 RGB and V530 LED and will be priced at $60 and $30 respectively. The Viper V570 RGB It’s fitted with an Avago 9800 laser sensor and offers a maximum 12000 dpi that can quickly be adjusted by the simple press of a button.
The Viper V570 is also equipped with a quick access sniper button which is located on the left side of the casing and allows the user to slow the tracking down to just 400 dpi offering a much easier aiming speed. Gamers can then seamlessly return to battle at 1200 dpi when required.
The V530 LED Patriot gaming mouse offers users a simpler, yet stylish design which is equipped with a Avago 3050 optical sensor and a maximum dpi setting of 4000 dpi offering the perfect entry-level gaming mouse for anyone on a budget.
The Patriot press release explains a little more about each :
With zero delay Omron switches and 13 programmable macro buttons the V570 allows users to experience faster response times and a more customizable game. The MMO-like, five programmable side buttons are quickly accessible and come with no default settings for a truly personal gaming experience.
Full RGB multi-zone LEDs, 16.8 million colors, illuminate the V570 and color settings can be adjusted through the software to distinguish between the five available on board profiles. Designed with ceramic foot pads for ice-like gliding on any surface, 35g of adjustable weight and rubber side grips, the V570 is ergonomically sound and has a comfortable, soft feel that also supports the palm.
Equipped with seven programmable macro buttons and six onboard LED profile colors, the V530 can be managed and customized from the downloadable software available on the Patriot website. PTFE foot pads line the bottom for a smooth glide across most surfaces, while a soft rubber like coating blankets the V530 to ensure a solid grip and comfort during extended game time.
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