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Black Element Cyclone Mouse is Perfect for Your Gaming Needs (And Sweaty Palm)

by Hazel Chua
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What could be the king of all gaming mouses (or is that mice?) has arrived: TT eSports’ Black Element Cyclone Mouse. It’s sleek, it looks hella awesome – and get this: it’s got a fan and a customizable weight, too!

Black Element Cyclone MouseIt might look strange at first, with the miniature 6,000 RPM fan positioned right at the very front. But once it dries the sweat off of your palms, then I doubt you’d have anything to complain about at that point.

Turn it over and then you’ll see that the mouse has weights that you can add or remove, depending on how much heft you’d like it to have. You know, so it moves just right, along with your movements.

Black Element Cyclone Mouse

The mouse offers a super-precise 6500DPI laser sensor, and switches rated at up to 5 million strokes. They’ll be available in 5 color schemes, and are coated with a rubber finish for optimal grip. You’ll also find 9¬†customizable¬†macro keys, and on-board storage for up to 5 profiles per key. Now this is a serious mouse for a serious gamer. No final announcement on the price for the Black Element Cyclone yet, although it’s probably going to range from $100 to $130.

[via Oh Gizmo!]



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