Program up to 35 macros across five profiles
Thermaltake’s Tt eSports division has just uncaged a new rodent for gamers, the Black V2 laser gaming mouse. The Black V2 is a follow-up act to the original, and according to Thermaltake, it’s been upgraded in just about every way possible, including the laser sensor, surface finish, grips, buttons, and even the mouse software, which Thermaltake says it retooled after going back to the drawing board.
The second generation rodent is now armed with an Avago ADNS-9500 laser sensor capable of up 5,700 DPI and tracking over a wide variety of surfaces. Gamers can program four DPI levels per each of its five profiles, in 100 DPI increments. There’s also a dedicated DPI indicator light that relays the current DPI setting.
There are seven buttons in all, including the addition of a second thumb button. Each one can be programmed with a macro, bringing the total number of macros to 35 when configuring all five available profiles.
Thermaltake says the Black V2 sports a new surface coating that’s softer than before, along with a hexagonal patterned thumb grip that isn’t present on the original.
Look for the Black V2 to launch globally around the middle of next month for $50 (MSRP).