Mionix has announced the launch of its new gaming mouse QG Mionix Naos. This is the first mouse on the market that will be able to monitor and share the user’s bodily reactions in real time. In addition to the integrated sensors, the mouse has an internal processor and memory to store data. By software we can see live our heart rate while playing. All in an optical sensor mouse with DPI 12,000 native and really low response time, perfect for gamers. Let’s review how the Mionix Naos QG works.
The world of gaming mice is really broad. We can find very discreet genuine extravaganzas mice to design level. But Mionix proposes a new concept mouse for gamers. The new Mionix Naos mouse QG is the first market to be able to measure the biometric information and motion data users. The mouse monitors the heart rate and real-time activity across multiple sensors, showing the data collected on the screen through a specific software designed by the company. This will allow us to analyze our performance over time and identify patterns easily. The data is stored and can even be shared across social networks. This software is complemented by a visible screen during the game that shows heart rate and relevant data items and desktop applications, perfect to see if we get too upset when we play a particular game.
Mionix Naos QG
The mouse, as we mentioned, has been developed to destine the world gaming, so in addition to the biometric sensor, has some interesting features for players. The Mionix Naos QG has been designed with an ergonomic shape that provides a total grip palm with support for five fingers. It also incorporates a dark gray rubber coating four layers makes it more comfortable to use and more aesthetically striking. Inside are a processor ARM Cortex M3 32bit accompanied by 128kB of internal memory, which allows analysis capabilities of our health does not interfere with the normal performance of the mouse. And speaking of features mouse, Mionix Naos QG equips the new PMW-3360 optical sensor without hardware acceleration, positive or negative, which provides greater precision, fluid tracking and a maximum speed of 7.6 m / sec (250 IPS) to 12,000 DPI. This provides a 1ms response time, 1000Hz polling rate.
Mionix Naos QG
The mouse Mionix Naos QG also features 7 programmable buttons, angle adjustment (adjusts the rotation angle X / Y to counter the slip angle of the hand and improve accuracy), break angle 5 configurable levels of DPI during starting and customizable system LED lights with light effects and up to 16.8 million colors.
In short, a gaming mouse also gives us the extra measure of our health during play sessions. The Mionix Naos QG will be presented from September 30 to October 2 in the TwitchCon in San Diego, California, for later put on sale in mid-October with a price of 130 euros.