Sharkoon releases a new game mouse: the Light² 100. This mouse weighs 78 grams, excluding the cable. The Light² 100 is also equipped with a PMW3325 sensor with a maximum resolution of 5000dpi. The mouse has a suggested retail price of 25 euros.
The Light² 100 does not use a ‘honeycomb’ design like other lightweight mice. For example, Sharkoon previously released a more expensive Light² 200 mouse, which does have such a honeycomb structure. This mouse has the same dimensions as the Light² 100, but is lighter at 62 grams.
The mouse has an optical PMW3325 sensor from PixArt, which offers a resolution of 200 to 5000dpi. The resolution is adjustable at seven different levels. The polling rate is adjustable up to 1000Hz, which means that the sensor transmits where the mouse is 1000 times per second. The mouse also contains built-in RGB LEDs, which are controlled via Sharkoon’s software.
The new mouse has Omron switches, which should last 20 million clicks. The Light² 100 is also equipped with ‘feet’ made of Teflon. The mouse is 120mm long, 66mm wide and 42mm thick, while the braided cable is 1.8m long. The mouse is intended for right-handed users. The Light² 100 is available immediately and has a suggested retail price of 25 euros.