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Mindshunter introduces Zephyr gaming mouse with built-in cooling fan

The Mindshunter Zephyr is a gaming mouse with a built-in cooling fan, featuring a mouse sensitivity of 16000 DPI thanks to the use of the Pixart 3389 sensor. Weighing just about 68g, the Zephyr was designed for competitive players that want to take their game to the next level.

The built-in cooling system contains a small RGB fan that can be set at one of three different intensity levels or simply switched off. The fan was designed to be “super quiet” and it's positioned at a 45 degrees angle to the hand of the user, “preventing sweaty palms” and issues that may arise while gaming. Even with the fan inside the mouse, the Zephyr is powered by a single USB cable. Besides the fan, there also more RGB LEDs surrounding the mouse casing, featuring 16.8M colours and 15 RGB presets.

The Zephyr gaming mouse “fits comfortably within your hand” thanks to its “geometric shell” and “ergonomic symmetric” design, which maintains the structural integrity of the perforated mouse casing. The perforations of the mouse's structure were made to reduce the mouse's weight, and allow the user's palm to breathe, resulting in better mouse handling. The casing also features sweat, fingerprint and grease resistant properties to further improve grip over time.

Programmable Omron switches with a 50 million click lifespan can also be found here, increasing durability and reliability. Additionally, the mouse's sensor is a Pixart 3389 capable of over 400IPS, with a mouse sensitivity ranging from 100 DPI to 16000 DPI.

You can buy the Mindshunter Zephyr gaming mouse now with a 50% discount, priced at $79. You can learn more about this mouse HERE.

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