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Sharkoon give the FireGlider mouse an all-black suit

More aesthetically accepted

| Peripherals News | Posted: Mar 31, 2010 9:08 am

Sharkoon have made leaps and bounds in recent times, proving themselves to be capable of producing some very high quality peripherals and accessories including their X-Tatic Digital 5.1 Headphones, QuickPort HDD docking station series, top to bottom lineup of PC chassis' carrying extensive feature-sets at attractive prices and much more.

 

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Another product they introduced not too long ago, their FireGlider Gamer Mouse was another big tick for many looking for a well featured, comfortable gaming mouse, giving six programmable buttons, weight-adjustment capabilities and DPI selector key (for up to 3600 DPI). The only issue with this was the outer design, using a flamboyant flame decoration that would have been an eyesore for many who wanted something more quiet looking.

 

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Sharkoon took note of this and have delivered an all Black version of the same full featured mouse that should make it much more attractive to many potential buyers.

 

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The FireGlider Black Edition gaming mouse carries an MSRP of just 24.29 Euros. For further details, check out the full press release over here.

 

NEWS SOURCES:Sharkoon.com

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