Genesis Krypton 510 is a programmable gaming mouse. The manufacturer equipped it with software, which allows the users to assign functions to one of six buttons, as well as saving their sequences in the form of macros. Preferences can be saved in in-built memory. In combination with the PixArt PMW 3325 optical sensor with a 400-7200 DPI sensitivity, the players receive a precise device with high configurability.
Weighing as little as 100 g, the design includes matt finishing and rubber side grip. They should keep the mouse clean and provide good hold while performing dynamic movement. The whole set is completed with PRISMO RGB illumination. The illumination is also on the roller, the manufacturer’s logo, and the LED strip that encircles the casing, lighting up the sides of the mouse. Inside you will find Omron switches with durability of 10 million clicks.
According to its specification the Genesis Krypton 510 gaming mouse can track movement with a 100 inch per second speed and handles acceleration up to 20 G. The declared polling rate is 1000 Hz. The device connects to the computer with an USB cable, 2 m long.
The Genesis Krypton 510 gaming mouse will be available at stores with a price of €23.
- Mouse model: cable
- size: 131 x 68 x 43 mm
- weight: 98 g
- sensor: PixArt PMW3325
- sensitivity: 400 – 7200 DPI
- max. tracking speed: up to 100 inches per second
- acceleration: up to 20 G
- polling rate: 1000 Hz
- in-built memory: yes
- number of buttons: 6
- software: yes, with the option to save macros
- illumination: yes, RGB LED with PRISMO effect
- cord: 2 m USB
- compatibility: Windows XP/Vista/7/8/10, Linux, Android
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