Shogun Bros. Ballista MK-1 Gaming Mouse: Adjust DPI As Abacus
Last year, Shogun Bros. introduces a unique mouse with a gamepad at the bottom of the mouse. Mouse was named Chameleon X-1. More crazy again, Shongun Bros. established a partnership with Ubisoft to bring up the Chameleon X-1 version of Assassin's Creed with leather-covered buttons. However, at CES 2012 this time, instead of the "chameleon" was the center of attention at Shogun Bros. booth. Which became the center of conversation here is the Ballista MK-1, a laser wired mouse with 5700 dpi sensitivity achieved, which can independently adjust the sensitivity on the X axis and Y-its,
and power saving
We need to press the configuration button for five seconds to make the adjustment, then rotate the mouse scroll to adjust the sensitivity gradually per-100dpi. While the "abacus" little red and green track the resolution we choose. We can store four different sensitivity modes (five different profiles and a total of 20 presets). You also can quickly swap them to each other with up-down rocker on the bottom of your thumb, while a blue LED indicates which mode is being diaktfikan. There are 6 buttons in this mouse as a whole, including the tilt button scroll wheel and 2 buttons macros.
Although it is priced cheaper than any other gaming mouse such as Razer and Logitech have similar features, quality Ballista MK-1 is not inferior to any other mouse. With $ 60, you can have a mouse that has a sensor and a good sensitivity, and accuracy is pretty sharp.