DeepCool MG510

DeepCool announced the MG510 wireless mouse designed for gamers who spend a lot of time playing computer games. The novelty will go on sale at a guideline price of 75 euros. It uses a PixArt PAW3370 optical sensor with a resolution of up to 19 000 DPI. The maximum allowable acceleration is 50g and the movement speed is up to 10.2 meters per second.

The device uses a wireless connection to a computer. It uses a small USB transceiver that operates in 2.4 GHz frequency band. The claimed battery life is up to 36 hours on a single charge. To recharge or use the mouse in wired mode, a 1.8 meter braided cable with USB Type-C connector is used.

A total of six programmable buttons are available. We’ve used reliable Omron main switches with a lifespan of at least 20 million keystrokes. The polling frequency is up to 1000 Hz.

The manipulator is suitable for users who prefer finger and claw grip. Multicolor RGB backlighting is implemented. You can adjust effects, change sensitivity, and associate commands to buttons using the accompanying software.

The mouse is 124 × 65 × 36 mm and weighs 83 g. 64 kbytes of internal memory are available for storing user profiles. The device is made in black color.

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Harry is the online editor of the Mouse Radar. In his spare time from writing articles, he prefers to play various games with good music. He plans to play his favorite RTS series Red Alert again and play Elden Ring.

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