No such thing as too much
Das Keyboard realized there were multiple audiences for their mechanical keyboards, so they created a brand solely dedicated to serving their gaming audience - Division Zero.
Gamers are not all the same. You know this. We know this. Not all makers of gaming peripherals appear to know this. However, Division Zero gets it. Their M50 Pro Gaming Mouse is ambidextrous, which is a great first step. Left-handed gamers rejoice, but there's more. There are 9 programmable macro buttons that do just what you tell them to. The 6400 dpi 4G laser sensor is adjustable. And when you throw in the onboard memory, your game profiles go with you wherever you go. It's your mouse, just how you like it.
- Division Zero M50 Pro Gaming Mouse
Ambidextrous ergonomics for all grip types
Responsiveness: USB data-8 bits; 1,000 Hz polling rate
300 clicks per minute
9 programmable macro buttons
Adjustable 6400 dpi 4G laser sensor
Up to 6 game profiles saved in onboard memory
4D tilt wheel scrolling capability
Red backlighting goes with red LED scroll wheel, mouse body, and bottom plate
Adjustable dpi with 4-LED lights indicator
USB port and Internet connection for driver installation
Optimized for SC2, CS:GO, DOTA2, LoL
Materials: Hydrophobic coating on palm area with fingerprint-resistant coating of primary buttons, metal 4D tilt wheel, and ultra-quiet low-friction aluminium Teflon feet
20-million primary buttons click life cycle
6.9 ft. USB braided cable with gold-plated USB connector
Dimensions: 5.11" wide x 2.75" long x 1.37" high
Weight: 6 oz.