Ozone release their new M50 Neon series gaming mouse

Ozone release their new M50 Neon series gaming mouse

Ozone release their new M50 Neon series gaming mouse

Ozone release their new M50 Neon series gaming mouse

 
 

Ozone has now released their new M50 Neon series gaming mouse, which features a PixArt 3310 sensor, Omron switches and full RGB illumination. 

This mouse features six programmable buttons, with this mouse's integrated 128kb of memory allowing users to design up to three different profiles to suit several gaming scenarios. Once programmed these profiles will be present on any PC you use you mouse with, even if it does not have Ozone's dedicated software suite, which can also be used to customise this mouse's lighting and 5000 DPI sensor. 

  
Ozone release their new M50 Neon series gaming mouse

 

Ozone have designed this gaming mouse to keep up with even professional grade workloads, designing the mouse to minimise input latency and uses durable materials and Omron key switches to maximise this mouse's lifespan.     

This mouse is available starting today from the price of €49.90, pricing this mouse similarly to others with high-end key switches and PixArt sensors. 

 

You can join the discussion on Ozone's M50 Neon series gaming mouse on the OC3D Forums. Find all of the latest PC hardware and gaming news on the OC3D Homepage

 

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12-01-2017, 13:05:57

Chrazey
Ohh, interesting... Might be something worth checking out

Cheers for the heads up WYP.Quote

12-01-2017, 13:31:46

RobM
nice looker and subtleQuote

12-01-2017, 19:19:33

green_arrow
I feel like a cat with a need to catch this very good looking mouse.Quote

12-01-2017, 19:23:45

AlienALX
Thankfully this FUNC mouse I bought on the cheap seems to be holding up to the abuse. Hopefully it stays that way but if it doesn't I will try one of these. Been through pretty much every other brand so hey, why not?Quote

13-01-2017, 03:12:46

Warchild
Can someone tell me what is so special about Ozone mice? They certainly look nice and sleek but aside from that, how do they stand apart from all other mice?

I'm not putting them down. It's just a curiosity. When I look at their website, they price their mice around the 60Euro mark. Considering they are still 8200dpi (which is fine), where does the price come in?Quote
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