Three new additions for Zalman's peripheral's line.
Zalman is a company we associate with coolers, fans, cases and PSUs. However, the company has been dabbling in the peripherals business for a while now, and the company this week announced a handful of new gaming mice and mousepads to add to its line of PC accessories.
First up is the ZM-GM1 gaming mouse featuring an Avago 9500 LaserStream optical sensor and a 6,000 dpi resolution. The ZM-GM1 features seven buttons in total, including buttons specifically for switching up the resolution. The mouse itself is for right-handed users and features blue LED lighting and a black and grey color scheme. It weighs 85g, has a 1.8m cable, and measures in at 125mm x 84mm x 38mm.
Zalman also introduced the ZM-M400 and the ZM-M250, both of which feature a maximum dpi of 1,600. The ZM-M400 has four buttons, while the ZM-250 features six. The ZM-M400 weighs in at 129g and is the heaviest of all three. It measures 112mm x 82mm by 40mm. The ZM-M250 is the lightest of all three mice introduces today, weighing in at 81g. It measures 119mm x 64mm x 34mm.
All three mice will be released on February 1 in Japan, along with a pair of mouse mats that Zalman also revealed today. No word on pricing or availability for North America, but we'll keep you posted.