With the corded G9 mouse, gamers can enjoy interchangeable grips: the Wide-Load grip, designed to deliver comfort even during the longest gaming sessions and the Precision grip with its compact shape offering fingertip control and a surer handle for any hand. Additional grips will be offered at a later date.
The weight tuning enables gamers to choose from among hundreds of weight settings by inserting up to four additional weights in the mouse’s weight tray, adding up to a maximum of 28 grams. The G9 mouse can be shifted on the fly to up to 3200 dpi for faster, more precise cursor movements, or down to as low as 200 dpi for games that require pixel-precise control. And it also features a full-speed USB laser tracking and the MicroGear Precision Scroll Wheel: gamers can choose between precise click-to-click scrolling or hyper-fast scrolling.
Gamers can use the G9 mouse with the newly upgraded Logitech G15 Gaming Keyboard. Its integrated GamePanel LCD screen, a backlighted 160 by 43 pixel screen that gives gamers critical information to help them with, offers built-in support for popular games, including World of Warcraft, Battlefield 2142 and Quake Wars.The G15 keyboard also offers six on-the-fly programmable macro keys with three modes, for a total of 18 programmable keys per game or application and its backlighted keys help for late-night gaming.
The Logitech G9 Laser Mouse ($99.99 U.S.) and the upgraded Logitech G15 Gaming Keyboard ($99.99 U.S.) are expected to be available in September.
Logitech [August 6, 2007]
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