Xiaomi Launches Mi Gaming Mouse With Wireless and Wired Modes

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After offering the Wireless Mouse Youth Edition at a very affordable price of CNY 49 (Rs 500), Xiaomi has now come up with a contrasting release of a gaming mouse which has been priced heftily at CNY 249 (approx. Rs 2,600). This new gaming mouse by the Chinese manufacturer is the most expensive of the lot. Users of this new device will have the option of operating it in two modes – wireless or wired. While the wired usage of the device will offer continuity and consistency, the wireless will offer more basic usage.


What makes this mouse pricier is the 7200dpi gaming optical sensor with the option to change the sensitivity for better aiming. Besides that, there is an LED indicator that lets you see the sensitivity in real-time as well. Users also get a quick aim key that automatically adjusts DPI for better aiming in gaming sessions. Apart from the usual controls on the mouse of the left and right click and the scroll wheel, the new gaming mouse by Xiaomi comes with two up and down buttons to increase or decrease the DPI levels. The mouse is available in China through Xiaomizhijia, Jingdong, Tmall, Xiaomi Mall, Xiaomi Youpin and Suning as per the report by ITHome.

Xiaomi claims that the mouse is going to offer excellent grip along with the ability to do rapid actions, and even do targeted actions like the press and hold during gameplay. The scroll and the tail of the mouse comes embedded with LED (RGB), and the mouse packs a 32-bit ARM processor that can be programmed with 125/250/500/1000 four-speeds via a software. It has a tracking speed of 150IPS (inches per second), and 30G acceleration as well.

The mouse will support both macOS and Windows as well. As for the dimensions, the mouse measures to be 216x150x47mm and weighs 137 grams.

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