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Func release an ergonomic gaming mouse, the Func MS-3

Func 'steps outside the box', unveils their MS-3 ergonomic gaming mouse

| Peripherals News | Posted: Jan 23, 2013 3:36 am

Func have announced their latest entry into the peripherals market with the release of their MS-3 ergonomic gaming mouse. Func's MS-3 comes with 10 fully programmable buttons, a clean black rubber coated body and a 'sophisticated and detailed ergonomic design' that includes multiple setting capabilities.

 

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The Func MS-3 features the Avago 9500 laser sensor, which offers adjustable lift off distance, an instant DPI step switch, great tracking abilities and a configurable report rate. Func's MS-3 has onboard memory which will gives gamers the option to store 3 programmed profiles as well as recorded macros. Each button also has its specific designed mechanical switch with individually adjusted pressure force.

 

There's also a sleek-looking LED indicator which is housed under the notch over the thumb buttons, which will tell you which profile and DPI step is active. These LEDs can be configured to be on or off in order to match up with your other computer equipment.

 

The Func MS-3 gaming mouse will be available next month for an MSRP of $79.95.

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