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Anker 8200 DPI High Precision Programmable Laser Gaming Mouse for PC, 9 Programmable Buttons, Weight Tuning Cartridges, Omron Micro

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  • Built with gamers in mind: up to 8200 DPI, 12000 FPS, 1000 Hz polling rate, 30G acceleration, 100-150in/s cursor speed, and an Avago ADNS-9800 sensor. Omron micro switches provide crisp, firm clicks. Take control of your virtual world.
  • Personalize your mouse to fit your needs. 9 programmable buttons, 2 onboard stored profiles, an 8-piece weight tuning set (2.5g/0.1oz each), and over 16 million LED color options. The LED may be disabled, if desired.
  • Contoured body with non-slip buttons keep your grip firm during gameplay. 6ft braided-fiber cable with gold-plated USB connector ensures greater durability.
  • Aesthetic and easy-to-use control panel lets you assign actions and record macros like a pro.
  • Package contents: Anker® High-Precision Laser Gaming Mouse, user manual.
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Product Description

When you're logging hours in front of the computer, nothing is more important than comfortable, accurate control. Up your play with this 8200 DPI High-Precision Laser Gaming Mouse from Anker. When every second counts, it could mean the difference between victory and defeat.

Like a glove.
With a contoured body and 8-piece weight tuning system, the Anker High-Precision Laser Gaming Mouse feels like an extension of your hand. Non-slip buttons ensure firm control over your moves, while a smooth, protected underside allows you to glide over flat surfaces with ease. Don't cramp up and botch an execution. Give your hand the comfort it deserves.

Get the touch.
Set your mouse at up to 8200 DPI and gain an advantage over your opponents, commanding your squad, army, or player with ultimate precision. With increased polling and frame rates (1000 and 12000, respectively), you'll be glad you went with Anker. Thanks to an Avago ADNS-9800 microchip, you won't have to worry about lags again.

Customize away.
Via an easy-to-use control panel, configure your mouse to your preferences. Assign functions to 9 different buttons so that you can operate more efficiently during gameplay. What's more, save up to 2 onboard profiles for fast, easy loading and choose from more than 16 million lighting options to really make this mouse yours.

System Requirements
Windows 10, Windows 8, Windows 7, Windows Vista or Windows XP.
USB port.
Internect connection for software (reference to the manual for more information)

Product Information

Product Dimensions 51.2 x 35.4 x 51.2 inches
Item Weight 5 ounces
Shipping Weight 13.4 ounces
Item model number AK-98ANDS2368-BA-0010
Customer Reviews
4.5 out of 5 stars 2,394 customer reviews

4.5 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #168 in Electronics > Accessories & Supplies > Computer Accessories > Game Hardware > PC Game Hardware > Gaming Mice
#3,077 in Video Games > Accessories
Date first available at Amazon.com November 21, 2012

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I bought this on a whim, mostly because the price looked good. My Logitech MX518 was just getting to be a couple of years old, and I figured if I didn't like the Anker I can always go back since there's nothing wrong with the MX518.

First let me say that I'm happy with the Anker mouse. It's comfortable and smooth and even fits my hand very similarly to my previous Logitech mouse.

Now let me say that you're getting what you pay for here. There's nothing really wrong with the Anker mouse, and in fact for the price it's not bad at all. But... when I got the package open and checked out the product itself I noticed that the teflon feet were already peeling off, and the rubber for the thumb grip was peeling back. This was remedied simply by pressing these pieces back in to place, but seems to me like quality assurance kinda let this slip by. Back to the thumb grip, it doesn't really help you ( I should say me) grip anything. I actually feel my thumb sliding down or up the side of the mouse quite often.

Unpacked the mouse itself is very light, good thing the weights are included. However, even with all 8 weights in place it still feels lighter than my MX518, but certainly still comfortable. The weight cartridge, on the underside of the mouse when open, leaves gaps big enough to easily drop one of the weights inside the actual mouse body itself. When installed the weights are held in place and feel pretty sturdy.

The buttons feel good, everything is pretty ergonomic and natural feeling. If I had a complaint there it would be that the thumb buttons seems a bit too easy to hit on accident when simply moving the mouse to the right. After I got used to it I hit these buttons a lot less on accident.
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Anker is a company that I would not expect to find a gaming mouse. However with the release of this particular mouse is interesting and a step in the right direction. I took a chance because it was on sale and the features that it provides. I can safely say that I'm quite impressed with this budgeted mouse that is worthy for anyone upgrading from a simple 3 click or 5 click mouse. The Button layout is perfect and everything is customizable. Not one button will go unused. The form factor of the mouse fits well for those that claw or palm their mice. The middle part of the mouse is rubber and well as the thumb placement area, the rest is a glossy plastic. There are 3 buttons in the thumb area and three near the scroll wheel. The clicks are quite and light and on the bottom of the mouse is a profile mode switch and a compartment to add 8 weights. You can also change the lighting of the mouse to be any color you want and have up to 2 different profiles for different games. The software is basic and easy to use as its mostly just click the button you want to change and press a different one to change it or have it be from the list provided. An example would be changing the front button near the scroll wheel to mute my mic or have it set to cast a spell. The last thing that's great is the braded cable that a lot of companies are starting to do. Because of the price the product does feel cheap but the features outweigh that compared to higher quality mice that have a much higher price tag. If this is your first gaming mouse, then you will have a great experience with it.
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Initially I was surprised to see that Anker had entered the gaming mouse industry, as they seem to be more of a peripheral company. However, I was quickly surprised at the quality of the mouse at it's price point. The build quality is up to par with other manufacturers, it has features that I've only seen on the very high end Logitech and Razer mice, and to top it all off, a surprisingly good software package.

The Packaging:
You'll receive a fairly standard blue box with the mouse itself placed between layers of plastic, and the braided thick USB cable tied in the back. (Previous Razer customers will notice the similarity to the packaging on their mice.) Behind all of that you'll find the documentation as a silver tube with the weights inside it. (More on that in a bit.) Please note that it doesn't include a disc with the software on it, you'll need to go to Anker's website to download that. Overall it's fine packaging that keeps the mouse safe during transport, which is a tad unusual for budget mice.

The Mouse:
Once you've plugged in the mouse, you'll see all of the LEDs light up and the Anker emblem on the back start to "breathe." The next thing you'll notice is the ergonomics of it. If feels sort of like a Logitech G700 and a Razer Deathadder had a child. Let me tell you, this child is awesome! I'm honestly surprised that it feels this comfortable. Usually budget mice just feel a bit off, like it was an idea that just wasn't fleshed out completely, but not this. Anker did their homework on this one. You'll also notice that the three buttons near your thumb are also very comfortable to use. (More so than the two on my Deathadder.) Once again, kudos to Anker on the ergonomics. The clicking is as expected on any mouse these days.
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