Xiaomi just launched the Bluetooth enabled Mi Wireless Mouse Youth Edition with 1200dpi Sensitivity in China and priced it at CNY 49 (approximately Rs. 500), making it the cheapest mouse made available by the company. A few days later now, Xiaomi has launched the most expensive mouse of the lot. The Mi Gaming Mouse With 7200dpi Sensitivity, propelled by Xiaomi costs for about CNY249 (approximately Rs.2600), delivering it the most expensive mouse of the lot. The price comes with a lot of features that can be paired in two modes – wireless or wired. The gaming, users can perform for the wired connection for the sustained connectivity and wireless can be used for regular, day office task and home usage.
The Mi Gaming Mouse gets equipped with a 7200dpi optical sensor with an option to change sensitivity up to five adjustable speeds for better aiming at the RPG and FPS-style gameplay. There is a LED indicator as well, that lets you examine the sensitivity in real-time as well. The mouse also has support for several different functions such as responsive key targeting, press and hold action amongst other such operations, which may put the gamers to a certain level of interest. In addition to the left click, right click buttons, and the LED-lit scroll wheel there is also a quick aiming key that automatically adapts DPI for better gaming sessions. The DPI can be adjusted manually by the two buttons on top to increase and decrease DPI levels.
The scroll and tail of the mouse is LED lit (RGB) and is powered by a 32-bit ARM processor that can be programmed with four-speeds 125/250/500/1000 through a software. It has a tracking speed of 150IPS (inches per second), and 30G acceleration as well.The Mi Gaming mouse has dimensions that measure, 216x150x47mm and weighs around 137grams. The mouse is compatible with both Windows and macOS and can you can buy it from here.