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MSI launches its first lightweight wireless gaming mouse

Lightweight gaming mice are becoming increasingly popular amongst competitive shooter players. Back in February, we reviewed the MSI Clutch GM41 and now a few months later, MSI is back with an improved, wireless version.

Today, MSI launches the Clutch GM41 Lightweight Wireless gaming mouse, aimed at first-person shooter players. The mouse is constructed from lightweight materials, allowing it to come in at just 74g with the built-in battery. To ensure a smooth glide on most surfaces, the mouse also has PTFE skates underneath, as well as rubber grips on the sides.

As a wireless gaming mouse, battery life is going to be important. This particular mouse uses 2.4G Wireless technology and is capable of up to 80 hours of usage in-between charges. Using an included charging dock, the mouse can be recharged back to 100 percent in 90 minutes, or you can get 9 hours worth of battery life in just 10 minutes.

For the sensor, MSI has chosen the PIXART PAW-3370 sensor, with up to 20,000 DPI and 400 IPS movement tracking. The two main mouse buttons use OMRON switches for durability and there is an included FRIXION FREE cable for using the mouse in wired mode without cable drag.

The MSI Clutch GM41 Lightweight Wireless gaming mouse is available starting today. Here in the UK, it is priced at £69.95.

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