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Back to Sanctuary. Time to click a**!
Tool for victory
A new generation of heroes must prepare against the evils that threaten the world of Sanctuary. Arm yourself with a weapon, co-designed by the creators of Diablo® III, for your battle against the rising powers of the Burning Hells.
Righty and lefty
The Diablo® III mouse was designed with an ambidextrous shape and an optimized size, making it a versatile tool for all types of gamer grips; palm, claw, or swipe.
Drag it through fire
Well, maybe not actual fire, but this mouse has some serious gaming durability. The Omron switches found under the hood can survive the relentless punishment of the most click intensive game known to mankind, with a guaranteed lifespan of 10 million clicks – that’s 3x more than an average mouse. And there’s more… the double-braided nylon cord (2.5m long) and gold-plated USB connection can be shoved and pulled with-out worry.
Demon red illumination
The rising powers of the Burning Hells are themed throughout the Diablo® III interface as well as on the mouse. Illumination is found in 3 zones – at the CPI switch, scroll wheel and Diablo® III logo – and users can choose ON/OFF and a pulsation rate (LOW, MED, HIGH) for the logo.
Powered by the easy-to-navigate SteelSeries Engine software, users can configure their mouse with drag & drop, pre-defined Diablo® III functions and skills and effortlessly remap all 7 mouse buttons. You can control everything from the illumination settings to your sound support.
Tailor your game
Remap all 7 ergonomically placed buttons with predefined skills and commands. Assign macros with easy drag-and-drop functionality to personalize the mouse for your game.
High velocity gameplay
In the fast paced world of Diablo® III, your mouse will need to withstand quick and small movements. Regardless of your CPI setting (whether you’ve set it at high or low), it’s the sensor and mouse technology that will keep you moving. And if the number sways you, then the Diablo III Mouse features a Avago laser sensor with up to 5700 CPI (counts per inch).
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