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Cooler Master announces the launch of MasterMouse S & Lite S

Cooler Master today launched two new gaming mice, which join the company’s MasterMouse Pro L modular gaming mouse released earlier this year. With the announcement, the Cooler Master MasterMouse family now comes in L, M, and S sizes.

The MasterMouse S uses a PixArt PMW3330 optical sensor with four customizable DPI levels ranging from 400 to 7200 DPI. It is claimed to deliver true 1-1 input tracking, as all DPI values are provided without interpolation and the mouse does not use acceleration.

The mouse has a total of six buttons, out of which users can choose to assign a secondary function to five keys. These can be activated via the “Storm TactiX” button. The MasterMouse S comes with two RGB illumination zones, both of which are fully customizable. You can choose from 16.7 million colors and a range of lighting effects, with the possibility of assigning a unique lighting effect to each of the zones independently. The illumination settings, along with the button functions, macros, DPI levels and sensors settings can be pre-programmed via the Cooler Master Portal.

Cooler Master has used Omron switches for both the main buttons, guaranteed to last 20 million clicks. The mouse is covered with a matte UV coating, which is resistant to fingerprints.

The MasterMouse Lite S on the other hand uses a PixArt PAW3509 optical sensor with up to 2000 DPI in three preset levels, and white LED illumination in two zones.

Both the MasterMouse S and MasterMouse Lite S will go on sale in Europe by the end of this month for a suggested retail price of 39.99 EUR and 19.99 EUR, respectively.

Via: TechPowerUp

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