Tesoro announces new Ascalon H7L 6400 DPI gaming mouse

Tesoro reveals a new infrared optical gaming mouse with RGB colors and 6400 DPI.

@DeekeTweak
Published Fri, Feb 19 2016 7:03 AM CST   |   Updated Tue, Nov 3 2020 12:01 PM CST

The Ascalon H7L gaming mouse joins Tesoro's fleet of gaming peripherals, and is specifically built to meet the needs of high-performance gaming.

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Tesoro's new Ascalon H7L gaming mouse ticks all the right boxes, featuring a 32-bit ARM Cortex processor that enables 6400 True DPI and a nice polling rate of 1000 Hz to ensure efficient aiming and 1ms response times.

Shaped in a sleek, ergonomic design, the mouse is a perfect fit for RTS and FPS gaming thanks to its six custom-programmable buttons that can be set to trigger a variety of functions, along with an extra 2x trigger button. Thanks to its onboard Omron switches and a precision gaming sensor, the Ascalon can ensure 200 ips motion detection with 50g acceleration.

The mouse fluxes with customizable 16.8M RGB illumination across the mouse wheel and company logo and comes pre-loaded with a software suite that enables quick and easy polling rate, DPI control, liftoff distance and shooting speed adjustments. The software also unlocks some extras like cursor capture and instant macro recording.

Pricing and release have yet to be unveiled, but the Ascalon H7L will be available at official Tesoro retailers like Amazon, NewEgg and eBay.

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