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Armaggeddon Wireless Mikoyan Foxbat III Gaming Mouse

Armaggeddon Wireless Mikoyan Foxbat III Gaming Mouse
Armaggeddon
Armaggeddon Wireless Mikoyan Foxbat III Gaming Mouse
6-Button 2.4Ghz Wireless Gaming mouse, 500-7000 CPI with macroable keys, PIXART 3320 Advance 2.4Ghz wireless gaming chipset, low power consumption multicolor lights, On-board memory of 16KB.

Price:  999  

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Package Content & Design
It’s covered with a soft-touch plastic material, and I can’t help but to say how light it is. That’s because the entire Armaggeddon Mikoyan FOXBAT-III only weighs in at 84 grams – considerably less than other wireless mice out there.The Armaggeddon Mikoyan FOXBAT-III has a symmetrical design, but its buttons aren’t symmetrical, but instead suited for right-handed users. If they pull just move one of the side button from left to right, it would be much more appealing for other users too, because of its ambidextrous design. There are a total of 6 buttons on the mouse – left and right clicks, the two side buttons, scroll wheel, and the additional button right below that scroll wheel. All 6 of these buttons are actually reprogrammable, so I don’t really know why Armaggeddon’s website only claims that it has 5 buttons.

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Software
It’s a very simple piece of software to say the least. All of the controls are very straight forward, and I realized that there are a few missing features too.
For instance, there is no fine-tuning of the DPI through the software. There isn’t even any option to disable the LEDs – that’ll surely extend the battery life, although I have no idea how to check the battery.
straight forward, and I realized that there are a few missing features too. For some reason, Armaggeddon didn’t promote that the FOXBAT-III does indeed have on-board memory. There are a total of 5 profiles too, if you’re wondering. Of course the on-board memory can only hold one profile. Maybe because of its hardware limitation or overlooked feature to not having a “cycle through profile” command to be programmed to the mouse itself.

Armaggeddon Mikoyan FOXBAT-III
Armaggeddon Mikoyan FOXBAT-III


Technical Specifications

6-button wireless optical gaming mouse + 2 way click scroll
Auto sleep after 8 minutes of inaction

Features
Distance : 2.4G wireless technology, 8-10M working distance
Resolution : 500-7000CPI extrapolated
Battery : In-built 600mAh lithium 
Memory : On-board 16KB
Light : Bright and even multicolor lighting
Tracking speed : up to 80ips
Sensor : Pixart 3320
Frame rate : Max, 5300fps
Polling rate : 5000Hz
Acceleration : 20G
Cord : NONE
Connector : Gold plated USB