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Tesoro's Gandiva H1L Gaming Mouse Has 128 Kb of Memory

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Tesoro has released a new mouse for you to claw.

Tesoro has let a new rodent out of its cage – the Gandiva H1L. This mouse features an Avago sensor which is capable of picking up as many as 8200 DPI, and features a total of eight different programmable buttons. The mouse's 128 Kb of onboard memory can store up to 40 macros.

The DPI setting can be adjusted through five settings: 800, 1800, 4000, 6400, and 8200. The default setting is 1800 DPI. The mouse has a polling rate of 1000 Hz, and comes with four adjustable weights (3x 10 gram and a single 5 gram pellet).

Tesoro's Gandiva H1L has LED lighting, the color of which can be adjusted through the included software.

The mouse is set to be available soon with an MSRP of €59.

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    Morbus , December 12, 2013 5:40 AM
    I doesn't seem a good alternative to the G500 from Logitech.
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    biohazrdfear , December 12, 2013 6:08 AM
    I like the way it looks. Really nice, and I love where they applied the glow effect. However, I'd have to put my hand on it to really judge it. I have the Saitek R.A.T 5 mouse, and I've been happy with it for years.
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    ubercake , December 12, 2013 8:33 AM
    I like the design. I like that the right mouse button is its own piece of plastic.

    I wouldn't buy a mouse that has set DPI levels like this though. I need more granularity than the provided 800, 1800, 4000, 6400, and 8200. I often run around the 400 or 450 mark when playing shooters for the sake of precision.
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    knowom , December 12, 2013 4:40 PM
    "I doesn't seem a good alternative to the G500 from Logitech." The G500 is a piece of crap stupid faulty sensors plus apparently it has fault buttons as well. Worst mouse I've ever purchased won't be getting another Logitech mouse I'll get a Microsoft/Razor instead.
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    axefire0 , December 12, 2013 8:00 PM
    "...four adjustable weights (3x 10 gram and a single 5 gram pellet)"

    why not use just 3 weights (5, 10 and 20 grams), it will achieve the same thing.
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    ubercake , December 13, 2013 5:02 AM
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    "...four adjustable weights (3x 10 gram and a single 5 gram pellet)"

    why not use just 3 weights (5, 10 and 20 grams), it will achieve the same thing.


    Engineers must have overlooked that one, eh?
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    ubercake , December 13, 2013 5:10 AM
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    "I doesn't seem a good alternative to the G500 from Logitech." The G500 is a piece of crap stupid faulty sensors plus apparently it has fault buttons as well. Worst mouse I've ever purchased won't be getting another Logitech mouse I'll get a Microsoft/Razor instead.


    You must have gotten a faulty G500. Mine's pretty solid. I haven't had problems with faulty sensors. The only thing I don't like about it is the sensitivity of the right mouse button. All right button takes is a feather touch. If you shiver from the cold, it triggers. If you sneeze in the direction of the mouse, it triggers. It is annoying.
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    adorablesockmuppet , December 13, 2013 7:04 PM
    Pffft. I'll stick with my Logitech. I forget the model number but it's gray, it's awesome, it's survived being launched across my living room numerous times due to brain dead pubbies making me angry, and I bought it at Wal-Mart. It's a keeper.