Genesis Krypton 510 gaming mouse for 23 euros is ergonomically perfect. But only for the right-wingers

Genesis Krypton 510 gaming mouse for 23 euros is ergonomically perfect. But only for the right-wingers

Last week, Genesis introduced the Krypton 510 gaming mouse. Its advantages include accurate sensor, the ability to program all six buttons and practical matte finish. The mouse is optimized for the right side and is decorated with PRISMO RGB backlighting.

Genesis Krypton 510 gaming mouse for 23 euros is ergonomically perfect. But only for the right-wingers

This model is notable for the fact that button settings and macros recorded with the supplied software can be saved in the built-in memory.

The mouse uses the PixArt PMW3325 optical sensor, whose sensitivity can be selected between 400-7200 dpi. Krypton 510 gaming mouse is capable of tracking movements at speeds up to 2.5 m/s and acceleration up to 20g.

Genesis Krypton 510 gaming mouse for 23 euros is ergonomically perfect. But only for the right-wingers

The buttons have Omron switches with a lifetime of 10 million keystrokes. A 2 m long USB cable is used to connect to the computer. Polling frequency is 1000 Hz. With a size of 131 x 68 x 43 mm the device weighs 98 grams and costs 23 euros.


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