Sharkoon has introduced its new lineup of gaming accessories just in time for CeBIT (News - Alert), the world’s largest trade fair for IT and telecommunications products. The lineup features three mice, two mouse pads and three gaming keyboards.
The first of the mice, the Sharkoon DarkGlider Mouse, features an Avago DN-9500 sensor and can operate at up to a 6,000 dpi resolution and an 11,750 frame rate. Mouse movements with an acceleration of up to 30G are transmitted without loss or delay and key response time is one millisecond. The DarkGlider also features ten programmable keys, a four-way scroll wheel, a weight tuning system and its own 256 GB onboard memory. This mouse uses high quality construction materials; the top has a black matte rubberized surface and grip, the base has durable ceramic glide feet, the cord is covered in textile and the USB plug is gold-plated.
The second, the Drakonia, has similar specifications but features a scaly green dragon skin. The third, the Squad Mouse, is designed for smaller hands. It has six keys and an adjustable sample rate of 1,600 dpi, and it is ergonomically contoured with a footprint of only 116.5x79x40 mm. Mouse pads are also available to match each design motif, with a nano-coated playing surface and an anti-slip rubberized bottom.
Sharkoon’s new keyboards also come with multiple features for serious gamers. The Sharkoon Skiller features 107 standard keys and 20 multimedia keys with an 18-key rollover. Every keyboard can be programmed with attached software and each keyboard can accommodate up to 10 profiles.
The more compact Sharkoon Tactix features 107 standard keys and an 18-key rollover but no multimedia keys. The Nightwriter is an LED-illuminated keyboard with a low-profile, ergonomic design. The 105 standard keys and 13 multimedia keys can be illuminated by flicking a switch.
All of these products will be on display at CeBIT in Planet Reseller Hall 15 at booth # F44. The mice and pads are expected to be released in April, and the keyboards are expected to be released in October.
Edited by Jamie Epstein