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Gigabyte Aivia Uranium mouse

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Posted November 26, 2013 by Joe Kershner in Peripherals

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Release Date: Available at all retail/etail locations 2nd week of December 2013
 
Price at time of Review: $119.99
 

WHAT WE LIKED:

Long Battery Life, USB/Wireless connectivity, 6500dpi, OLED screen, 10 programmable buttons
 

WHAT WE DISLIKED:

Macro Station does not display game statistics, software must be downloaded
 
BOTTOM LINE:
The Gigabyte Aivia Uranium mouse offers the flexibility of programming 10 keys to user specifics while mapping keys or recording macros. The black finish on the aero-dynamic shape really made it feel great with the macro buttons and side makes it a gamers most wanted setup
by Joe Kershner
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Specifications

 

Interface USB/ 2.4GHz Wireless
Tracking system Twin-eye Laser
Report rate 1000 Hz
Maximum Tracking Speed 150 inches/ second
Maximum acceleration 50G
DPI Switch YES
Scrolling 4 Directional Tilt Wheel
Side Buttons 4
Switch Life (L/R click) 10 Million Times
Dimension 130(L)*78(W)*40(H) mm
Weight 114g(net); 170g (incl. battery)
Cable Length Docking Cable: 1.8M
Charging Cable: 50cm
Color Matt Black
Packing Content OLED display dock, AA rechargeable battery *2, mouse feet pads replacement, Cleaning cloth, Users’ guide
Software GHOSTTM Engine
OS Support Windows XP 32bit/ Vista/ 7/ 8
Certificate CE/FCC/BSMI/KCC
Sensitivity 100 ~ 6500 DPI

* The entire materials provided herein are for reference only. GIGABYTE reserves the right to modify or revise the content at anytime without prior notice.
* Advertised performance is based on maximum theoretical interface values from respective Chipset vendors or organization who defined the interface specification. Actual performance may vary by system configuration.
* All trademarks and logos are the properties of their respective holders.
* Due to standard PC architecture, a certain amount of memory is reserved for system usage and therefore the actual memory size is less than the stated amount.

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