Let's face it, Wolf King is a pretty bad ass name. On top of that, throwing the word Trooper at the end makes it even cooler (mostly because of its association to Star Wars). THEN Wolf King goes ahead and adds MVP and Laser onto the title? Dang, we're officially sold...this thing is top of it's class.
OK OK, we all know that certain things can't be judged on their coolness by name alone (trust us, we watched a film once called "Robot Ninja"...BIG letdown). Fortunately, the incredible look, style, and performance of the Wolf King Trooper MVP Laser Gaming Mouse fits perfectly with it's awesome name. With it's 2400 DPI Laser Engine and On-the-fly Sensitivity Switching, this MVP Gaming Mouse delivers all the firepower you can handle..and then a little bit more.
Featuring Wolf King's patented rapid fire Switch, you can select up to 4 shots with each click and completely decimate your enemies with an onslaught of unwavering firepower. This amazing feature is combined with the lethally accurate Avago advanced laser engine sensor, which provides pinpoint accuracy that allows you a serious upper-hand. Throw in an ergonomic design, full speed USB 2.0 data transfer, and easy-to-install set-up, and you officially have a Gaming Mouse that may be impossible to resist.
Make no mistake, this ultra-cool, high powered Wolf King Trooper MVP Gaming Mouse truly lives up to it's name, carrying enough performance to ensure your abilities will go unmatched on the online battlefield.Features:
- 2400 DPI Laser Engine
- On-the-fly Sensitivity Switching
- Adjustable Rapid Fire (Up to 4 Shots Per Click)
- Full Speed USB 2.0 Data Transfer
- Pin-Point Accuracy
- Incredibly Fast Response Time
- Ergonomic Design (Extremely Comfortable Feel)
- Easy to Install
- Avago ADNS-6010 Sensor
- Includes CD (w/ Mouse Driver), Manual, and 4 Spare Rubber Feet
- Resolution: 3 Sensitivity Levels (800, 1600, 2400)
- Image Processing: 6.4 Megapixels/Sec
- Max Acceleration: 20g
- Max Speed: 45-65 inches/sec
- Power Supply: 3.3 Volt
- USB Data Format: 16 bits/axis
- Buttons (Left/Right): 7 million clicks
- Feet: 250 kilometers