BIOSTAR debuts their first ever gaming mouse

Written by Louis

September 29, 2016

The AM2 has “all you need for your first gaming mouse”.

BIOSTAR might be the next hardware manufacturing company to venture into Gaming-optimized Peripherals as they launch their first ever gaming mouse called the AM2. Sporting a design intended for Claw-Grip users, the AM2 is equipped with an Avago 5050 sensor and can reach up to 2400 DPI, with a gloss mirror surface and, of course, LED lighting.

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BIOSTAR’s AM2 Gaming Mouse is also priced lower than most brands that offer the same features, with the suggested pricing to only start at USD 9.99 and comes with a life expectancy of 10 million clicks thanks to its HUANO switches.

BIOSTAR AM2 Gaming Mouse Product Specifications

Model AM2
Sensor IC AVAGO 5050
Frame Rate 4500 fps
Tracking Speed 30ips
Maximum Acceleration 8G
Report Rate 125 Hz/s
DPI Selections/Range 800
1200
1600
2400
Dimensions (Mouse) 122 x 66 x 38 (l x w x h)
Cable Length 1.8 m
Interface USB
Weight (Mouse) 125 g
OS Support Win 10 / Win 8 / Win 7 / Win Vista / Win XP / Win 2000
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