Along with the Argent K6 RGB keyboard , Thermaltake introduced the Damysus RGB mouse. It is a wireless ergonomic gaming mouse that weighs just 83g.
The mouse uses a PixArt PMW-3370 optical sensor with a resolution of up to 19,000 dpi, OMRON switches with a resource of 60 million clicks and a 32-bit ARM microcontroller with 512 KB of flash memory.
The mouse supports three connection methods. You can connect via a 2.4 GHz radio channel with minimal latency. You can choose to connect via Bluetooth 5.0, which consumes less battery power. Finally, you can connect with a USB cable and charge the battery while you continue to use the mouse. In the first case, one charge is enough for 36 hours, in the second – for 52 hours. Both estimates assume the RGB backlight will be on at all times. The backlight is divided into two zones and is compatible with iTAKE and TT RGB PLUS 2.0 software.
The purely wired version shown in the illustration weighs just 74g. It uses a PixArt PMW-3389 optical sensor with a resolution of up to 16,000 dpi and OMRON switches with a resource of 60 million clicks. The USB-C cable is braided.
The manufacturer does not provide prices for new products.