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Genius Launches Maurus X Gaming Mouse

/ Jul 28th, 2013 No Comments

Genius Maurus X

Genius launched the ergonomic and customizable GX Gaming Series Maurus X gaming mouse.

The mouse is a stylish gaming mouse equipped with a large, ergonomic design, fully customizable lighting system, six-button control and a quick-change DPI function designed specifically for first-person shooters and real-time strategy games. The mouse is capable of processing 6400 frames per second and has a motion detection of 60IPS.

Although it is larger than the original Maurus, the Maurus X is designed to fit comfortably in the hands of the PC gamers. The mouse is designed to feel comfortable over several hours of use and reduce hand and wrist soreness. Weighing only 50g, the Maurus X allows gamers to easily perform precision movements with flawless accuracy.

The Maurus X performs like a high end gaming mouse and has aesthetics that any gamer will love. The logo and mouse wheel light up in bright red with customizable intensity and pulse rate. The top of the mouse is finished black and red and the side is built with textured rubber grips for control.

Genius equipped the mouse with six buttons, plus the scroll up/scroll down mouse wheel inputs, which are all completely customizable. Gamers can also customize up to eight macros. The Maurus X GUI makes creating custom macros easy and allows users to switch proficiently between five profiles.

Gamers can change the DPI from 800 up to 4000 with a single button press. The Maurus X retains accurate targeting even at low DPI settings thank to the over-clocking SG-Core-i sensor and up to 1000hz adjustable polling rate.

The Maurus X is currently available in North America for a suggested retail price of $49.99. In addition to the mouse, the Maurus X comes with a scorpion interface driver and an extra footpad set.

Established in 1983, Genius offers PC products including mice, keyboards, webcams, speakers, headphones, microphones and gaming peripherals under the GX Gaming Series.

  

JT Manning

JT Manning

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JT is a newcomer to Gaming Illustrated and covers industry news, he enjoys good storyline and gameplay and can usually be found at a gaming table of some sorts.
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