Rude Gameware intends to make the most out of their gaming hardware expertise with the Fierce Laser Gaming Mouse v2, where this is the second iteration of the original Firece Laser Gaming Mouse. It has been injected with proprietary, performance-enhancing components which has been touted to offer an improvement of 60% thereabouts. Apart from that, it also comes with a 5000 DPI laser engine (some might say that it is overpowered – what do you think?), offering a lighting response time of only 1 millisecond. Other hardware specifications can be found in the extended post, but you can always pick your Fierce Laser Gaming Mouse V2 for $49.95. We haven’t caught sight of it on the company page yet though, as it will arrive only from next month onwards. On a lighter note, its predecessor is now on sale for $39.95.

  • 5000 DPI Laser Engine
  • 1000 Hz polling with 1 millisecond response time
  • Onboard memory to save your modifications
  • 7 independently programmable buttons and macro support
  • Adjustable weights
  • Zero-acoustic ultra smooth Teflon feet
  • Always-On mode
  • On the fly sensitivity DPI adjustment (no driver needed)
  • LED DPI Indicator
  • Gold plated USB connector for maximum conductivity
  • 7 foot, lightweight, non-tangle cord
  • Included customization software

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