Specs and Package
Here are the essential tech specs:
- Sensor: Laser (Avago A9800)
- DPI: 200 ~ 8,200
- Interface: USB 2.0
- Cable Length: 1.8m
- Buttons: 14, plus scrollwheel
- Switches: Omron, 20-million click lifetime
- Image Processing: 12,000 frames per second
- Max. Acceleration: 30g
- Max. Speed: 150 inches per second
- Polling Rate: up to 1,000Hz
- Software Utility: Aorus Macro Engine
- Dimensions: 116mm (L) x 70mm (W) x 44mm (H)
- Weight: 110g
As you can see above, the specs aren’t terribly unique or groundbreaking. That said, there are some very interesting features here on the Thunder M7 that deserve more attention.
The front of the pakage has a rather sleek design with an image of the mouse itself, along with the name.
Inside the box is a soft shell case which houses the Thunder M7.
Included inside is a User’s Guide and the mouse itself.
Let’s take a closer look at the mouse.