Patriot, one of the world’s leading manufacturers of memory modules and high-performance gaming peripherals. Just announced the new addition to its V570 range with the new Patriot Viper V570 RGB Blackout Edition mouse . This new model incorporates a laser sensor of up to 12,000 DPI resolution and 13 programmable buttons. Patriot, as a peripheral brand, may not be excessively well-known in Europe. As a manufacturer of RAM and SSDs there is a lot more known. And they have no bad reputation, really. What is not why distributors are not encouraged to bring their peripherals to Europe.
In any case, the Patriot Viper range of gaming peripherals has earned quite a respectable reputation among users. Both their mechanical keyboards, their helmets or mice, are usually in the target of the gamers (pun intended) for having a good value for money / performance. Which makes them frankly very interesting to them. Both FPS games and MMO games require quite particular mouse designs. That’s why the manufacturer has decided to design the Patriot Viper V570 RGB Blackout Edition with these types of games and players in mind. For this you have installed up to 13 programmable buttons on the mouse , so that your users have easy access to the many keys that are usually used when playing.
Since the weight customization is very important in this type of mice, this new Patriot Viper includes a set of steel weights (34.2 g total), which will help customize the weight of the mouse, making it better suited to the way of playing of all the users. The new Patriot mouse employs an Avago ADNS-9800 optical laser sensor , with a resolution of 8,000 DPI per hardware. That by means of software they are extended up to 12,000 DPIs. Or what is the same qe: do not breathe next to the mouse because you escape the cursor to the other end of the screen without you realize.
As for the switches of this model, Patriot has used those manufactured by the prestigious brand OMRON. They are tared for a resistance of up to 10 million clicks.
Posted by Mohit Sharma on October 9, 2017