Ozone's new gaming mouse has a 6400 DPI laser sensor.
Ozone has announced its new gaming mouse, the Neon. This mouse features an ambidextrous design, as well as a 6400 DPI laser sensor.
The mouse also has 128 Kb of built-in memory, which can be used for storing macros. These macros can be accessed using eight different programmable buttons, for which there are five profiles. The mouse's DPI can also be switched on-the-fly, for either 6400, 3500, 1800, or 800 DPI, indicated with an LED.
"6400 DPI laser sensor, 8 buttons in 5 independent profiles… Yes, I just love the new mouse from Ozone. Neon allows me to concentrate on my game, not having to worry if my equipment will fail me in the middle of the action. As a professional gamer I need not just the good but the best, that's why Neon is my choice," said Choi "DanDy" In-kyu.
The mouse is set to become readily available in stores this month with an MSRP of €49.90. No word on U.S. pricing yet.