Mountain Makalu 67 gaming mouse is built on a 19,000 DPI optical sensor

Mountain Makalu 67 gaming mouse is built on a 19,000 DPI optical sensor


Accessory and input maker Mountain has announced the Makalu 67, a gaming-grade mouse designed for claw and palm grip users.

The “heart” of the manipulator is the Pixart PMW3370 optical sensor. Its resolution reaches 19,000 DPI (dots per inch), and the maximum acceleration is 50g. The polling rate is 1000 Hz, the response time is 1 ms.

The design includes six buttons. Omron main switches are rated for 50 million operations. Five user profiles can be stored in the built-in memory.

Thanks to the perforated surface of the case, it was possible to reduce the total weight: it is 67 grams. A 1.8-meter cable with a USB Type-A connector is used to connect to a computer. The dimensions of the manipulator are 127 × 70.2 × 42.2 mm.

The novelty has RGB backlighting with a palette of 16.8 million colors. Four LEDs next to the scroll wheel indicate the current DPI setting.

The Mountain Makalu 67 mouse will go on sale in October for an estimated price of $ 60. We add that the novelty is named after Mount Makalu (“Black Giant”), which is one of the most difficult eight-thousanders to climb.

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