Sharkoon has expanded its new Skiller series with the introduction of an all-new optical gaming mouse, the Skiller SGM1.
The Sharkoon Skiller SGM1 gaming mouse uses an optical PixArt PMW3336 sensor with up to 10,800 DPI. It includes five easily accessible macro buttons, which can be programmed in order to give you a decisive advantage over your rivals when playing games online. The mouse has a maximum polling rate of 1,000 Hz and a lift-off distance of 2mm. The dedicated DPI switch lets you cycle through six different DPI steps, which can be created using the included gaming software. With the included software, you can also adjust the RGB illumination, polling rate, double-click and scroll speed, angle snapping, and axis sensitivity. The SGM1 offers a total of 12 programmable buttons, including the 4-way scroll wheel and macro buttons. All your saved profiles can be stored in the onboard memory of the SGM1.
As we have seen with quite a few new gaming mice released recently, the SGM1 too comes with a seven-step weight tuning system. You get six weights weight four grams each, which can be used to increase the weight of the mouse in seven increments between 106 to 130 grams. To adjust the weight, you will not require any tools, it is based on a spring-loaded locking mechanism on the bottom which provides easy access to the weight tuning system tray. Gamers need not worry about durability either, as Sharkoon is using Omron switches in the left and right mouse buttons.
In terms of design, the mouse comes in a black and blue color scheme with RGB illumination on the mouse wheel and the SKILLER logo. It is supplied with a textile braided cable with the same color scheme as the mouse itself and gets a gold-plated connector.
The Sharkoon SKILLER SGM1 gaming mouse is now on sale in Europe for a suggested retail price of 39.99 euros.