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MSI Clutch GM40 Gaming Mouse Red for £7.43 (Prime) / £11.92 (Non Prime) delivered @ Amazon
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MSI Clutch GM40 Gaming Mouse Red for £7.43 (Prime) / £11.92 (Non Prime) delivered @ Amazon

£7.43£27.9773%Amazon Deals
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Posted 19th Sep

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Pretty nice mouse if you are on a budget.
Lowest ever price atm

Other retailers:
ccl £27.97
eBuyer £33.48
Scan £30.46
LambdaTek £30.46

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Key Features:
  • Unmatched Ambidextrous Ergonomics
  • Convenient Side Button Switch
  • Quick DPI Adjustment
  • Integrated Anti-Slip side grips
  • Gaming Quality, Longer lifespan

The Clutch GM40 Gaming Mouse is designed for all-round gaming with its solid shape and unique functions.With a precise optical sensor of up to 5000 dpi, gamers are offered more control ingame. The dual profile settings allow for quick customizing of DPI between default mode and advanced mode. The exclusive switch on the bottom offers more flexibility to turn on/off the side buttons for gaming/office environment.

Convenient Side Button Switch
GM40 takes care of both right- and left-handed users. A physical switch at the bottom of the mouse enables users to switch between left- and right-handed use and even a gaming mode which disables the side buttons.

PMW 3310 optical sensor

The PMW 3310 is one of the most popular gaming sensors in the market, built with highly sensitive and durable materials. This sensor will give the GM40 the edge over the enemy.

DPI Adjustment for All Needs

Providing two DPI settings without software control for various usages. Just press the both left and right buttons once then switch to advanced mode, and enjoy it!

Integrated Anti-Slip side grips

Featuring the exclusive anti-slip texture with dragon-scale design on both sides. This allows gamers to have full control at all times.

Gaming Build Quality

Equipped with OMRON switches that last for over 50 million clicks and a gold-plated USB connector, the GM40 provides ultra-long lifespan for long-term use.

LED Dragon

The GAMING Dragon LED adds a bit of subtle bling to this solid and clean looking mouse.

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16 Comments
Not sure about the name
Can anyone verify if this mouse is any good?
I thought the picture was something from the X factor
Sorry in advance for the simpleton question: what's the difference between a normal mouse and a gaming mouse?
HOT! Thanks.
Not a bad price! Has a PMW 3310 optical sensor too
looks like gone? showing 29.99 at checkout
sarb_singh198019/09/2019 20:28

Sorry in advance for the simpleton question: what's the difference between …Sorry in advance for the simpleton question: what's the difference between a normal mouse and a gaming mouse?


Normal mouse: 38503595-PqIMq.jpg
Gaming mouse:
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JohnnyRoller19/09/2019 20:38

Normal mouse: [Image] Gaming mouse:[Image]


So you don't know. Guess I'm not the only one.
29.99 now. Thanks though.
sarb_singh198019/09/2019 20:28

Sorry in advance for the simpleton question: what's the difference between …Sorry in advance for the simpleton question: what's the difference between a normal mouse and a gaming mouse?


I'm not sure but some points are:
better grip
better ergonomic for gaming
better sensor meaning more accurate
lower latency (mainly for wireless)
u should already know if u game.
Jaydev_Chhagan19/09/2019 21:15

I'm not sure but some points are:better gripbetter ergonomic for …I'm not sure but some points are:better gripbetter ergonomic for gamingbetter sensor meaning more accuratelower latency (mainly for wireless)u should already know if u game.


Well they don't know and that's why they've asked the question. Explain and go on your way kiddo.
Jaydev_Chhagan19/09/2019 21:15

I'm not sure but some points are:better gripbetter ergonomic for …I'm not sure but some points are:better gripbetter ergonomic for gamingbetter sensor meaning more accuratelower latency (mainly for wireless)u should already know if u game.


Thanks for taking the time and for the insight. Knowledge is power

Not a gamer, but do need a new mouse. Wondering if at this price it's worth getting a gaming one (if it better in any significant way), or do I go for a more ergonomic one for multi-tasking.
Not a bad mouse at all for £7.43! Upto 5000 DPI and a PMW 3310 sensor.

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Edited by: "timz" 20th Sep
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