The Swiftpoint Z - The world's most advanced gaming mouse

The Z - The world's most advanced gaming mouse

The Z - The world's most advanced gaming mouse

The Z - The world's most advanced gaming mouse


When it comes to gaming mice a lot of people think that the technology involved has gone as far as it can go, after all, how much can you innovate in the mouse world apart from using a slightly better sensor and a more modern aesthetic?    

Thankfully the guys over at Swiftpoint have not only seen past this kind of criticism but decided that the very way we looked at mice needed to change.

No longer would innovation simply be adding a few more buttons to the side and no longer will control of your mouse be limited to just the X and Y axis. The Swiftpoint Z is here and now mouse makers the world over have a lot of catching up to do. 



With this mouse you can control your PC with the not just traditional button pushes, but also with the tilt of your mouse and with the pressure of your clicks. The Z also has several handy finger buttons allowing you to do dozens of different in-game actions with only a few tiny motions. 

Below is a picture showcasing the wide variety of button options on this mouse, but i would advise you to watch the video above in order to see the full feature set of this mouse. 

This mouse features a built-in Accelerometer, Gyroscope, Force Sensor and full Tactile Feedback, giving its users the ability to act faster and more precisely than ever before.  


  The Z - The world's most advanced gaming mouse    

 50 fingertip click actions in 10 seconds!


Right now the Swiftpoint Z has already been fully funded with over 1500 gamers already backing this device. Right now Swiftpoint expects to ship this device in December 2016. 


You can view the Swiftpoint Z's Kickstarter here.


You can join the discussion on Swiftpoint's Z mouse on the OC3D Forums


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Most Recent Comments

11-07-2016, 14:15:38

I looks like a pretty nice mouse with lots of features, but I can't swallow that cost right now. $150+ for a mouse is a bit too steep, especially considering this is the very first iteration of this design. Perhaps when they work out the bugs, refine the design a little, and drop the price inside $100, maybe I'll make the jump. But until then, my Roccat Tyon works just fine.Quote

11-07-2016, 14:23:27

Oh god, it's another R.A.T.. Burn it to the ground.Quote

11-07-2016, 14:36:31

no pleaseQuote

11-07-2016, 14:44:01

Looks like the quickest way to get RSI.

However, I would have liked to see a CS:GO pro use this to an advantage in a competitive match. See how useful it actually is.Quote

11-07-2016, 17:43:31

Considering most games the mouse is your camera or even your movement direction, having tilt and pitch as away to switch button features would be a hinders I'd think, plus the lifting to fly and keep it dead still and straight while trying to press a mouse button would be interesting. I think it's a sounds good on paper thingQuote

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