Gigabyte has expanded its lineup of gaming peripherals with the Aivia Uranium Wireless Gaming Mouse.
The latest laser gaming mouse comes incorporated with the Ghost Macro Station, a wireless receiver with an OLED screen that allows dynamic status display and prompt assignment for mouse buttons. It provides high-speed macro reading and editing abilities via wireless transmission, reporting your current engaged DPI, report rate, gaming profiles and battery life.
The Ghost Macro Engine in the wireless receiver enables gaming commands to be executed directly from the receiver, so you can re-assign macro hotkeys, or pre-set the DPI value for each on-the-fly adjustment accordingly while still in-game.
Powered by two AA NiMH rechargeable batteries, the Uranium employs a 6500dpi twin-eye laser engine, and supports continuous gaming for up to 50 hours with 1000Hz report rate. If you run out of batteries, simply pull out the charging cable for instant power supply. You can still use the mouse while its charging.