Oct 21, 2012
Do you still remember the modular keyboard by Mad Catz we introduce a few months ago? That’s the S.T.R.I.K.E. 7 modular gaming keyboard that could fit both left and right handed players. Gigabyte seems to follow the trend being set by other gaming peripherals manufacturers like Razer and Mad Catz by introducing the new Aivia gaming mouse. Dubbed as the Aivia Krypton, this gaming mouse can also fit both players using either left or right hand by utilizing adjustable weights design.
The Aivia Krypton gaming features two hot swappable chassis, the Speed and Control base. The Speed base is made up of ceramic that is abrasion-free intended for rapid movements, abrupt reaction etc. The Control base on the other hand features an ultra-smooth Teflon material that is intended for ensuring precise movements giving you the maximum control you need for very tight gaming scenarios.
In addition to the nice features we discussed above, the Aivia Krypton gaming mouse also features a modular chassis wherein you can freely adjust the center of gravity of the gaming mouse. In a statement made by a Gigabyte representative, the 1.8g and 5.3g weights allow gamers to adjust to the optimal weight and balance. That is, the weight as well as the center of gravity can be adjusted by inserting, combining and removing different weights combinations to achieve the desired configuration you need.
The Aivia Krypton gaming mouse is equipped with a laser sensor that supports up to 8200 dot per inch resolution and 150 ips tracking speed. For advanced gamers, the Aivia Krypton is equipped with a GHOST Engine that supports a huge set of macros that can be recorded in its 32KB memory that can be configured easily via drag-and-drop using the smart macro manager.
For more info about the Gigabyte Aivia Krypton gaming mouse you can visit the official Gigabyte website here.
The Aivia Krypton gaming mouse features a revolutionary new dual mouse chassis design which allows for a hot-swappable mouse chassis giving the user unparalleled freedom by changing fundamental mouse movement and dynamics to best fit any application.