No matter how many new consoles hit the market with attractive tech, games, and features, the PC will still be a “thing” for gaming. This calls for advancements in the related equipment. We all have seen different types of gaming mouse featuring advanced tech that allows us to play the game with precision and accuracy.
Zephyr comes with a feature that no other gaming mouse ever had. Zephyr built-in fan lets the gamers cool off their hands while playing for hours at a stretch. The all-new feature has addressed a long-held concern and surely is good news for all PC gamers. No more Sweaty Palms!
The design adopted for making the Zephyr mouse is just the same as a lot of others are using. For quite a time now, manufacturers are using the multiple holes design to make the airflow better. Zephyr’s producers did the smart work and placed mini fans in the hollow space. The mouse comes with a button on its bottom for adjusting between the three-speed levels of the fan. The fan acts as a blower for cleaning the inside parts of the mouse, which otherwise are inaccessible.
Manufacturers have been placing an outside separate unit for a gaming mouse. That didn’t go as good as planned. The air just flew above the hand and palms remained sweaty, Black Element Cyclone is an example and the design was not enough efficient.
Along with the fan, the Zephyr also comes with a few other features that gamers would find purposeful. The sensor has a resolution of up to 16,000 DPI, and it makes it pretty smooth to drive. Zephyr takes one button to switch between office mode and game mode. It’s made with Omron switches, which the company claims will give it around 50 million clicks. Zephyr weighs 68 g (2.4 oz), making it lighter than the average gaming mouse.
The tech gaming mouse is finished in RGB LEDs, displaying seven different lighting effects. The Zephyr is being funded on Kickstarter, where it’s already achieved US$6,500 target more than four times over. Early Bird suggests starting at $89 for the mouse. If all goes to plan, shipping should begin in October.