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NZXT Avatar Gaming Mouse

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Posted March 9, 2009 by Jake in Peripherals

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Here are the features of the NZXT Avatar Gaming Mouse:

  • Optimal performance — 2600 DPI Optical Sensor provides maximum sensitivity and responsiveness which yields unparalleled gaming accuracy. LED DPI indicator gives the user improved usage and feedback. 5.8 Mega Pixels/second with a max frame rate of 6469 ensures smooth fragging and accurate sniping. 4 Speed DPI switch enables you to go from slow sniper movement to quick attack movement in a matter of seconds
  • Maximum Customization — 7 programmable keys allows gamers to customize their configuration specifically for First-Person Shooters, Real-Time Strategy, or Massive Multiplayer Online Role-Playing Games all within the macro and profile settings
  • Ergonomic Design — Ambidextrous design gives full use to both right and left handed gamers. Rubber grip helps avoid slipping during intense gameplay and the small, light form factor allows for faster and quicker movements, perfect for any gamer on the go or playing on a laptop or notebook. A slim form factor makes it the perfect choice for finger tip gamers.
  • Slim and small dimensions — Measuring at 36.8mm x 69.1mm x 128mm ( H x W x D ), the Avatar’s smaller form factor is the best choice for finger tip gamers and people who game on the go.
  • Simple Installation — Avatar plugs into any available USB port

Below are the specifications for the NZXT Avatar Gaming Mouse:

  • Max Speed: 40 inches per second
  • Max Acceleration: 15g
  • Max Frame Rate: 6469 Frames per Second
  • Resolution: 650 – 2600 DPI
  • Image Processing: 5.8 Megapixels per Second
  • USB Reports (Polling): Up to 1000 Reports (Polls) per Second
  • Buttons: 7 Buttons, 5 Million Clicks

The packaging and contents of the Avatar can be seen below, offering a fairly typical setup in a sleek box that opens to show the mouse, and inside an installation manual and disk.  When the price of a product goes up, presentation becomes ever more important.  This isn’t your average 75-cent rubber-ball mouse.  It’s currently listing for about US $55.

As you can see, the box opens book-style.  It’s definitely a presentation thing. Let’s take a closer look at the design of the Avatar itself….

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