BIOSTAR Introduces The Racing GM5 Gaming Mouse, Elegant and Precise
BIOSTAR has officially announced a latest addition to its gaming peripheral lineup, the racing GM5 gaming mouse. The company claims that the new Racing GM5 gaming mouse is the most advanced gaming mouse produced by the company yet.
Specs wise, BIOSTAR is using tried and tested Omron switches on the racing GM5, technically rated for 50-million clicks. The mouse features a unique carbon fiber shell for an incredible feel, with an ambidextrous claw-grip design that will fit both left and right handed gamers. The mouse measures 125 x 67.2 x 37.5 (LxWxH) and weighs in at 130 grams.
Additionally, Racing GM5 supports fully adjustable DPI settings rating up to 7200 DPI, users can choose at 500 DPI increments for more precise tracking. All thanks to PWM 3330 sensor for providing support for adjustable DPI settings. However, gamers can also use on the fly DPI switching with 4-stage selection varying from 800, 1600, 2400, to 7200. This variation can be switched by two ways, either by dedicated DPI switch on the mouse or through software. The software can also adjust the USB report rate between 125 – 1000 Hz.
Illumination wise, the Racing GM5 is equipped with RGB LEDs on the screen wheel and the slides. BIOSTAR kept up the trend of RGB illumination after all. LED indicators merge with the main light for a natural look and provide an intuitive display of the current DPI level.
On the other hand, if you plan to buy the Racing GM5 gaming mouse, BIOSTAR will give away free codes. BIOSTAR is including free invite codes for World of Tanks, which will allow World of Tanks Asia server players to avail premium gifts for the game.
BIOSTAR Company was founded in 1986, manufacturing XT form factor mainboards and in later years add-on cards. BIOSTAR was the first manufacturer to launch a motherboard with built-in Wireless LAN back in May 2003. BIOSTAR introduced the first AM2/AM2+ motherboard in the world (TF560 A2+) in June 2007, which was able to host Socket AM2 Athlon 64 and AM2+ AMD Phenom processors.