Thermaltake Ventus Z Gaming Mouse

Ventus Z Gaming Mouse

To anyone familiar with the world of competitive gaming, more specifically eSports, Thermaltake should be amongst the most recognizable brands associated with it. Thermaltake boasts an absurd amount of products ranging from power supplies to coolers and all across the spectrum of gaming peripherals, which fall within the realm of its Tt eSPORTS division. Tt eSports sponsors multiple competitive teams and streamers with its products, which speaks volumes to the company’s commitment to producing the best products possible. Today we have the chance to test out one of their newest additions to their roster of gaming mice, the Thermaltake Ventus Z Gaming Mouse.

Mouse Specifications Weight (G) 130
Color Black
Shape Ergonomic shape design
No. of Buttons 10
No. of Macro Keys 50
No. of Gaming Profiles 5
USB Cable length 1.8M
OMRON Switches Rated for 20 million clicks
Weight-in design 4.5G*3 Weights (Removable)
Graphical UI Tt eSPORTS Command Center
Gold-plated USB Yes
Dimension 110.0 x 88.5 x 38.89 MM
LED color options 16.8 Million RGB colors
Lighting effects Static, Pulse, Spectrum Running
Sensor Specifications Sensor name Avago 9500
Sensor type Laser
DPI Up to 11,000 DPI via Overdrive mode
Default DPI 400,800,1600,3200
IPS 150
Acceleration 50G
Polling Rate 1000,500,250 or 125Hz (1Ms,2Ms,4Ms or 8Ms)

 

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