Specification and Software
On paper the M8000 Xtreme Gaming Mouse packs everything you would want from a serious gaming mouse. We've got a massive 6000 DPI on offer which out shines most of its competitors along with the ability to add extra weight to the mouse which is something that many companies still aren't offering.
Macros are something we're seeing more and more companies offer and for any serious gamer it's something that you'll appreciate. On the M8000X GIGABYTE are offering a massive 70 macros along with an easy to use macro editor that offers drag and drop.
While I'm not a huge user of macros, the software is pretty easy to use and combined with the game profiles you're able to switch between the different macro scripts with a click of the button.
As we mentioned above, we've got support for a massive 6000 DPI which is really just a crazy amount of sensitivity. Like most gaming mice these days, we've got the ability to adjust the DPI on the fly. Inside the Ghost software we can adjust the sensitivity and save them in four separate profiles. Here we've also got the ability to adjust the X and Y axis separately if you want.
Other features that make the mouse stand out include the gold-plated USB connector and high quality nylon braided cord. As also mentioned, the ability to adjust the weight of the mouse from an extra 6 grams to 38 grams and some fancy LED lighting that make the mouse stand out.
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