Keychron is a company probably best-known for their affordable wireless mechanical keyboards, but it looks like the company has decided to expand their offerings into other computer-related peripherals by launching their first-ever computer mouse – the Keychron M1 Ultra-Light Optical Mouse.

The mouse features a 16,000 DPI sensor that’s higher than your average mouse and puts it on par with other gaming mice in the market. It is also being marketed as a lightweight mouse, weighing in at just 68 grams, coupled with a grippy design. It also seems to be adopting a hole-y kind of design which is a trend we’re seeing in mice these days designed to provide better breathability for extended periods of use.

The mouse itself comes with built-in buttons on the side that can be customized for added functionality and macros for when users are playing games, and there is also a built-in RGB lightstrip that can be customized with five different pre-programmed light effects if that’s your kind of jam.

The Keychron M1 comes in both white and black options and is priced at $39, which is admittedly a pretty good deal for its specs and features. There is no word on availability yet, but users can leave behind their email address and be notified when the mouse is available for purchase.

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