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Sharkoon unveils new Drakonia Black laser gaming mouse

Sharkoon releases new Drakonia Black Laser Gaming Mouse into the gaming arena

| Peripherals News | Posted: Jul 16, 2013 5:31 am

This morning, Sharkoon announced that it will be expanding its range of gaming peripherals and is kicking off the expansion by releasing a new version of its popular Drakonia Gaming Mouse. The new mouse is dubbed the Drakonia Black and comes in a gray-black stylish design that sports a rubberized surface and an Avago ADNS-9800 Laser sensor capable of a resolution of up to 8,200 DPI.

 

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The Draconia Black features the same ergonomic design as its predecessor, the Drakonia Green Laser Gaming Mouse, and features 11 buttons as well as a four-way scroll wheel. The mouse also features internal memory that allows users to save their profiles based on which game they will be playing or to save profiles between multiple users.

 

 

The Drakonia Black features Sharkoon's well-known weight tuning system which consists of six interchangeable metal weights that allows the weight to be adjusted to the personal preference of the player and gives the mouse enough inertia for smooth yet very precise performance. Customers will find the new Sharkoon Drakonia Black laser Gaming Mouse from authorized retailers at a pricing point of around $50 US.

 

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