Cougar, a reputable manufacturer of PC peripherals from Germany, is glad to announce an addition to its inventory of mice – the 600M gaming mouse with 8 programmable buttons. The new-comer is peculiar by a vivid design (shipped in two color schemes: black and orange) and an improved functional, powered by 32-bit ARM Cortex-M0 processor. The incorporated laser sensor ADNS-9800 supports 8200 dpi resolution, appropriate for the majority of MMORPG, RTS, FPS and MOBA gaming applications.
In keeping with Cougar developers, 600M boasts a convenient ‘claw grip’ design that suits any palm and fingers position. All eight integrated buttons are called to significantly enhance gaming experience by offering such functions as macros, shortcuts, Omron switch, settings, etc. Left button is equipped with a backlight, the color of which might be selected individually out of 16.8 million tints.
To continue, this mouse comes with 512 KB of inbuilt nonvolatile memory. It lets gamers save multiple settings (macros included) for three profiles. In order to increase overall performance, Cougar furnished 600M with a proprietary UIX System software package with support for Cougar Fusion. The latter facilitates synchronization of all connected devices within a particular configuration to promote for a better productivity.
The connection to the PC/laptop is realized via golden-plated USB interface. Length of the connecting cable makes up 1.8 m. Moreover, the mouse boasts 1 ms response time, 1000 Hz polling rate, and 4-stage dpi LED display that tells users about the current dpi mode.
Furthermore, Omron switch button enables a mouse and a keyboard to switch to a unified mode as long as the button is kept pressed. This option might appear to be beneficial in MMORPG games when there is a need to synchronize the actions.
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