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Ozone launches Neon 3K gaming mouse

Ozone is expanding its mouse line-up this week with the launch of the brand new Neon 3K gaming mouse. Powered by one of the most precise mouse sensors available on the market today, Ozone’s team of engineers have worked hard to deliver a top performance mouse that will satisfy even the most competitive gamers.

In this case, the Neon 3K uses the Pixart 3320 optical sensor, which is capable of tracking up to 3500 DPI, while ensuring accurate and fast movements. There is also an on-the-fly sensitivity toggle that will let you cycle through different levels of DPI depending on the situation.

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The Neon 3K has kept the same ambidextrous shape as the original Neon, making it a great option for both left and right-handed gamers, it is also built with using an anti-slip material to help with grip. Ozone’s latest mouse is also customisable, with eight buttons on the mouse in total, all of which can be reprogrammed, allowing users to set up macros and profiles that can be saved to the 128kb built-in memory on the mouse itself.

We reviewed the original Ozone Neon last year and were fairly impressed by it. This year, the Ozone 3K comes in at a price point of just under €35.

KitGuru Says: The last Ozone Neon was a pretty solid mouse so it will be interesting to see how this one stacks up to the competition this year. Do any of you currently use an Ozone mouse? Would you recommend them? 

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