Effect users often become quite attached to their input devices and do not like to move on from a winner. For the large number of fans of an older gaming mouse, the MX51
The MX518 was released for the first time back in 2005: a curvy, game-focused wired mouse with now standard eight buttons. It was quite primitive by today's standards, with an optical sensor maxing out in just 1600 DPI (literally a tenth of the resolution of today's best game mice) and a glossy plastic top that looked like part of the Terminator T-1000 released. It was a gentle development of the MX500 design from 2002.
The 2019 version of the MX518 will have a more toned surface with Logitech's current brand, but its ergonomics remains identical to the originals, right down to the circular thumb and DPI adjustment buttons. Below, Logitech has upgraded its hardware. The new mouse gets the company's most advanced 16,000 DPI sensor, an immediate response time of one millisecond and a built-in ARM chip to handle everything.
The refreshed mouse will cost $ 60 when sold, which is quite typical of a mid-range connected gaming mouse. For the inside of the sensor, provided you can actually use so much DPI, it's a bargain. Logitech has not said when it will be available, but you can pre-order it now.
Source: The Next Web