This mouse looks promising, anyone got more detailed info about the sensor?
Quote:The Lua's advanced Pro Optic R2 sensor features a choice of seven DPI settings - 250, 500, 1000, 1250, 1500, 1750 and 2000 - so gamers can play with accuracy at the speed that matches their style. It also has a dedicated DPI button that lets players easily change speeds in the heat of battle. Gamers can even program the button to switch only between the DPI settings they use most.
Quote:Thanks to its perfectly-balanced, ambidextrous V-shaped design, the Lua delivers supreme comfort to both left- and right-handers. Plus, it features No Sweat side grips that ensure a steady hold even when the action gets hot - as well as a soft touch surface that lets gamers play comfortably even during extended sessions.
Quote:The Lua's ultra-precise 2D scroll wheel also lets gamers give every wheel command with absolute precision. Every incremental step locks securely into place, so users won't have to worry above overscrolling.
Quote:And last, but certainly not least, the Lua is built mega-tough and state-of-the-art using only the highest-quality materials and most advanced technology. From its premium electronics - featuring Omron switches and cutting-edge encoder - to its PTFE feet that deliver low-friction gliding, everything on the Lua is built to last and designed to give players a competitive edge.
The ROCCAT Lua will hit shelves internationally July / August 2012 for a MSRP of €29.99.