Gigabyte has a heart for gamers, especially those who are serious about it enough to think about going pro, by rolling out the M8000X gaming mouse at Computex 2010 in Taiwan. Also known as the Aivia, the M8000X comes with a whopping 6,000 dpi pro-laser engine that is capable of handling high-speed movement and achieve accurate precision without missing a beat. Alongside that, you get an integrated GHOST Engine memory that can remember up to 45 button assignments with macro editing, while storing various configurations that allow you to carry your own settings wherever you are, using the mouse on different computers without the need for additional software installation. Too bad it comes only in black, but we suppose that is menacing enough for mose. It would be nice to see a variable weight management system built in – I’ve always liked my mouse to be heavier as it adds a sense of stability.

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