Cougar Gaming announced today its newest piece of hardware, the Revenger RGB gaming mouse. The Revenger purports to offer "absolute accuracy," and is the highest-DPI mouse in Cougar's lineup. Although the overall shape and look of this mouse are almost identical to Cougar's 500M and 550M mice, the Revenger has some surprises in store.
The Revenger is a right-handed, six-button mouse sporting the popular PixArt PMW 3360 optical sensor. The sensor is capable of tracking at up 12,000 DPI at a maximum velocity of 250 IPS. Along with the high-DPI sensor, the mouse offers the now-common 1,000Hz polling rate and 1-ms response rate. The mouse's dual-zone RGB LED lighting and six buttons can be configured via Cougar's UIX software, and the settings can be stored in the mouse's 512KB of onboard memory.
The rodent's dimensions are 5.3" by 2.8" by 1.8" (or 135mm x 70mm x 45mm). The Cougar Revenger is available for $54.99 right now on Newegg and other retailers.
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