Cougar has revealed a new gaming mouse: the 700M. This gaming mouse features a very adjustable design, which makes it seem very similar to other mice made by a competing manufacturer.
Regarding specifications, the mouse features an 8200 DPI sensor along with eight programmable buttons. These buttons can be assigned to macros that are stored in the onboard memory, which measures 512 KB and can store up to 16.8 million macros (why…?). The mouse is driven by an ARM processor.
A number of parts on the mouse are removable and adjustable. These can be moved in various directions in order for you to find the most comfortable grip. Weights can also be adjusted, as well as the backlighting.
Pricing remains unannounced, as does information on availability.