KUDOS RS Gaming Mouse
They say that gaming mice are dime a dozen, and the saying is definitely true. So many gaming companies have already come up with their own iteration of the gaming mouse in the past, and there has been some hits and misses, definitely. Some folks might prefer to remain loyal to a certain brand such as Logitech or Razer, while others prefer to give a go with different kinds of brands when their current gaming mouse goes belly up due to the amount of abuse – or rather, number of clicks that was subjected to it.
Well, this time around we have a name that is not exactly at the forefront of gaming technology, although Speedlink does seem to hold everything pretty well together with their latest release, the KUDOS RS Gaming Mouse. Speedlink claims that this is the mouse that has “everything pro gamers are looking for”, although I am not quite sure whether the number of pro gamers out there agree this such a haughty assessment. Why not check out just what the KUDOS RS Gaming Mouse has after the jump, shall we?
For starters, the KUDOS RS Gaming Mouse will come with half a dozen insertable weights for you to optimize its balance, where all seven buttons including the 4D scroll wheel can be programmed in any way you like it, helping you unleash powerful command sequences thanks to the macro function. The ultra-precise laser sensor will come equipped and suitable for any situation courtesy of its 90 to 5700dpi resolution, and apart from that, you are able to toggle rapidly between five button configs thanks to the profile switch. Not only that, you will also be able to know just about immediately which setting you’re using courtesy of the multi-coloured LED indicator bar even in the heat of battle.
It does not matter whether you are a low or high-sense gamer, FPS or MOBA, the KUDOS RS Gaming Mouse will come equipped for all types of gamers, in addition to any tactic and every genre. You will be able to pick up the KUDOS RS Gaming Mouse in metallic red with anthracite-colored rubberized grips, where it will retail for
€49.99 a pop. That is not too shabby when you think about it, no?