Microsoft Sidewinder X3 Laser Gaming Mouse only £14.99 @ Play.com
Microsoft Sidewinder X3 Laser Gaming Mouse only £14.99 @ Play.com

Microsoft Sidewinder X3 Laser Gaming Mouse only £14.99 @ Play.com

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* 2000 DPI laser tracking engine: Enjoy fast and furious gaming action with high performance laser tracking.
* On-the-Fly DPI Switching: Switch sensitivity levels with one easy click. Choose from low DPI for accuracy or high DPI for fast movement. Three buttons instantly switch between 400, 800, and 2000 DPI - or you can customise settings using special software.
* Comfort in Either Hand: Familiar shape for right or left handed comfort.
* 5 programmable main buttons: Map your favourite gaming actions. Customise your main gaming buttons to your preference.
* Macros: Customised spells and action movements are easy. Included software lets you create and assign macros for enhanced programmability.
* Recessed Side Buttons: Easy access for gaming and everyday computing.
* Engineered for Speed:
* Resolution: 2000 DPI laser
* Image Processing: 7080 frames per second
* Max Acceleration: 20 G
* Max Speed: 45+ inches per second
* USB Reporting: Full-speed, 500 Hz
* Weight-balanced Plus Wide Glide Feet: Smooth handling and active feel.
* Wide Rubber Scroll Wheel: With detent clicking action.
* Centered Laser Port: For targeting accuracy.
* Quick Turn: Check your perimeter with the click of a button.
* 3 Year Warranty


Features That Put You Ahead of the Competition This versatile gaming mouse delivers speed, performance, and comfort for either hand.


I don't if I should get this one or the HP Voodoo gaming mouse for £30!

The HP one has flashing lights!!!!

Anyone know about these things?

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Edited by: "tasman23" 9th Mar 2011

It says - USB Reporting: Full-speed, 500 Hz - I didn't think the mouse could change the usb polling rate which is about 125Hz or summit similar.

I've got this mouse and it's nothing special. Scroll wheel misses a click and the secondary fire buttons are placed straight opposite each other, so unless you're thumb and you're index finger are the same length one of them is not going to be sitting on the button!
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