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1. T.A.O. (Templarius Advanced Opticals) Gaming Optical Sensor 2600DPI Engine with unprecedented 1000Hz polling rate for Extreme Precision.
2. High Speed On-The-Fly DPI level change 800/1600/2600 for user controlled maximum accuracy.
3. 6 Professional Gaming Switches Capable of up to 5 Million Keystrokes and oversized fast-motion scroll Wheel.
4. Perfect Ambidextrous Ergonomic Design with High-Grip Rubber Sides For Perfect Hand Fitting,Grip and Performance.
5. XL Size Gaming Teflon Feet to Ensure a Perfect Glide in any Surface.
6. Specifically Designed Mouse Weight for Professional Gaming.
7. Stylish Templarius Design with Lighted Logo.
8. 2.0 meters Braided USB Cable With Gold-Plated Connector for Best Performance.
9. Compatible with: Windows 98/ 98SE/ 2000/ XP/ ME/ Vista/ win7.
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Cable 2M Gold-plating
Color Black+White
Material Rubber/ABS
Dimensions (W / H / D) 127 x 73 x 39mm
DPI selection 800/1600/2600 DPI
Max. tracing speed 2600 DPI
Key life 5,000,000 times
Working voltage DC 5V±5%
No. keys 6 keys
LED color Red
Approximate Weight 154g
Port USB
Form Factor Symmetrical (for right/left handed)
Refresh rate 500Hz




Anyone tried this or any other Aerocool mouse? : D
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http://www.aerocool.com.tw/mouse/templarius/655.html
Avago 9500. I'm sure we can come to many conclusions on its performance with that information alone.
I find the ridiculous styling and naming hilarious. I would love telling people I own a Templarius Arma by Aerocool. Also interesting that their mice seem to lack side buttons.
Edited by sofistdecaydead - 2/6/13 at 7:23am
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does the 9500 have the same issues as both optical and laser?`as both their mice have the same sensor it claims and one is optical and the other laser. O.o
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The page says that it's a 9500 but it clearly isn't. Just look at the picture. Looks a lot like the hilariously named Frost Wyam.
    
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Yet another mouse with the X-Luca shell...

Tech specs are incoherent...sometimes they say 500Hz, sometimes 1000Hz, and neither the sensor appearance nor the DPI levels seem right for the claimed A9500 sensor (I doubt it's really an A9500). As nice as it'd be to know the real story, the mouse just isn't interesting enough to make it worthwhile to find out.
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I hope that the weight is WITH cable
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Originally Posted by Phos View Post

The page says that it's a 9500 but it clearly isn't. Just look at the picture. Looks a lot like the hilariously named Frost Wyam.

Thought I was going insane! Thanks!
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For all we know it could be 20g. nothing on that page makes any sense tongue.gif
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Are there any information what the sensor actually sits in the mouse?
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