Back in May, Cougar revealed its highly-customizable 700M gaming mouse, and now it has built another gaming mouse – the 600M. The new mouse's design appears to be inspired by its bigger brother, although it is missing the modular construction and adjustability.
The mice's guts consist of an 8200 DPI ADNS-9800 sensor, the data from which is processed by a 32-bit ARM processor. The mouse also has 512 KB of onboard memory for remembering macros. The left and right click switches are made by Omron, so they are good for about five million actuations.
The top of the mouse is treated with a soft-touch material, and it also comes with a gold-plated braided USB cable. Topping things off, Cougar also equipped the mouse with 16.8 million color LED lighting, which is quite a nice addition.
Cougar built the mouse in two colors: black and orange. Both of the variants will be available late 2014, with no word on pricing yet.