Los Angeles, CA, August 03, 2016 --(PR.com
)-- Nixeus Technology, a leading manufacturer of consumer electronics, today announces their new Nixeus REVEL Gaming Mouse.
Featuring the newest and most advanced optical gaming mouse sensor, the PixArt PMW 3360, allows the Nixeus REVEL to have zero hardware acceleration, low lift off distance, native DPI steps up to 12000, and 1:1 tracking accuracy. Eight preset DPI steps allow gamers to adjust their DPI sensitivity settings on the fly without the need for additional software.
Weighing at approximately 85 grams, the Nixeus REVEL's durable lightweight compact body enables eSports athletes and competitive gamers the ability to perform more consistently at their best longer versus using a heavier gaming mouse.
“The Nixeus REVEL was designed with hardware, shape and weight recommendations from the enthusiasts and competitive gaming mouse community.” – Andy Chang, Product Manager.
The REVEL Gaming Mouse is available in two different design options: Glossy White or Rubberized Black.
Key features include:
Optical Sensor: PixArt PMW3360 Optical Gaming Sensor
Preset DPI Settings: 400 / 800 / 1,200/ 1,600/ 2,000 / 3,200 / 5,000 / 12,000
Omron Switch Durability: Up to 20 million clicks (Primary Left/Right Buttons)
Mouse Feet: Teflon
USB Polling Rate: 1000Hz
Programmable Buttons: 5
Approximate Weight: 85 grams
Warranty: 1 Year Limited Warranty by Nixeus
The Nixeus REVEL Gaming Mouse is now available for pre-order and will be widely available on August 9th for under $50 USD at Nixeus, Newegg, Amazon, and MWave Australia.
For additional information please visit www.nixeus.com.
About Nixeus Technology Inc.
Nixeus Technology is an American company established in 2009 and dedicated to providing consumers worldwide with the most innovative consumer electronics and immersive solutions that the market offers. With a solid background in display solutions, computer and audio-video peripherals, Nixeus Technology is committed to bridging the gap between personal computers and home entertainment centers.