Xiaomi recently launched the Wireless Mouse Youth Edition in China, and priced it at just CNY 49 (roughly Rs. 500), making it the cheapest mouse available from the Chinese company. Now, a rather expensive Mi Gaming Mouse has been unveiled. The price tag attached to this mouse is CNY 249 (roughly Rs. 2,600), making it the most expensive of the lot. Xiaomi's Mi Gaming Mouse can be operated in two modes - wireless or wired. If gaming, users can opt for a wired connection for continuity and consistency, and wireless can be used for basic office and home usage.
The mouse is available in China through Xiaomi Mall, Xiaomi Youpin, Xiaomizhijia, Jingdong, Tmall, and Suning, reports ITHome. The Mi Gaming Mouse sports a 7200dpi gaming optical sensor with the option to change the sensitivity for better aiming, and an LED indicator lets you see the sensitivity in real-time as well. There's also a quick aim key that will automatically adjust DPI for better aiming in gaming sessions. In addition to the left click, right click buttons, and the LED-lit scroll wheel, there are two buttons on top to increase and decrease DPI levels.
The company says it has designed the mouse in a way that lets you get good grip, do rapid actions, and even do targeted actions like press and hold during gameplay. The scroll and tail is LED lit (RGB), and the mouse is powered by a 32-bit ARM processor that can be programmed with 125/250/500/1000 four-speeds through a software. It has a tracking speed of 150IPS (inches per second), and 30G acceleration as well. The Xiaomi Mi Gaming Mouse is compatible with Windows and macOS operating systems both.
The Mi Gaming mouse has dimensions that measure at 216x150x47mm, and the accessory weighs 137 grams. You can buy the Mi Gaming Mouse from here.