The RGB Gungnir Black utilizes a 3500 DPI optical sensor that can be set to 4 different DPI levels. This is complemented by the Gungnir’s 1000Hz polling rate. The combination of this should allow for some level of affordable precision that works well for gaming. To add to this, the Gungnir has 7 programmable buttons and 64Kb of internal memory, allowing for up to 35 macro keys, 1600 recordable actions and, of course, RGB LED programmability. Tesoro’s forthcoming user interface allows for the adjustment of DPI, recording of macros, setting of profiles, and changing of LED color. The Tesoso Gungnir Black looks to be a competitively specified RGB mouse, and Tesoro is attempting to undercut the competition by listing the Gungnir with an MSRP of $30 in North America.
The Tesoro Gungnir Black will be available very shortly in North America.
- Michael "The Bear" Kerns.