The specialist in high-performance peripherals Cherry has announced the launch of a new mouse that binds to its extensive catalog, MC 4000. Cherry is a Gaming oriented professionals and users who require maximum precision mouse, why equipping the best optical sensor that manufacturer.
Cherry Optical sensor installed on the MC 4000 has its pros and cons. The biggest pro is that it has an absolute accuracy at any speed and on any surface except the reflective (as all optical). The downside is that is only capable of operating at two resolutions: 1000 and 2000 DPI. This limitation so large so to ensure that the sensor accuracy is absolute. Certainly lighting features, the mouse turns red to 2000 DPI to 1000 DPI and blue. It has a button behind the scroll wheel to switch between resolutions on the fly.
An interesting feature is that the manufacturer has installed Teflon feet covering the entire perimeter of the base of the mouse, so that always, always supported on slippery material so that the mouse slides perfectly at all times. I do not remember any mouse any manufacturer that has this provision in its base.
The Cherry MC 4000 has an ambidextrous layout, being symmetrical and therefore plausible for both left-handed and right-handed. Yes account with a single, more oriented to set a specific action of any game for Internet browsing, which is usual in any mouse with side buttons side button on each side (two in total).
The Cherry MC 4000 will hit stores from September month at a recommended price 30 euros including VAT. In Spain surely land at the end of next month