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GIGABYTE Aivia Uranium: wireless mouse with macro station

GIGABYTE Aivia Uranium: wireless mouse with macro station

October 27, 2013 3:17 pm0 comments

Gigabyte their newest wireless mouse: Aivia Uranium Live-Macro Wireless. This mouse has been designed to be as comfortable as possible, even after long gaming sessions, and it features a Ghost Macro Station, which is also the wireless receiver. The macro station has a little OLED screen that displays real-time information about your mouse and your macros.

Also, Ghost makes sure the actions of the mouse are transmitted directly to the receiver without lag so if offers the best possible response. Ghost makes creating and executing macros much faster and easier, without having to do it from the computer. You can assign keys to your macros and change the mouse’s DPI without closing or minimizing your game. The Gigabyte Aivia Uranium, by the way, has a resolution of 6500 DPI and a refresh rate of 1000 Hz even while working wirelessly.

GIGABYTE Aivia Uranium

The Aivia Uranium has a powerful laser sensor so we can configure it with any resolution we want, from 100 to 6500 DPI (there are not pre-defined settings, you can set it at the level you’re comfortable with) as well as a scroll wheel that moves in four directions, not just up and down. You can change its DPI with the press of a button, and even though it’s designed to be used wirelessly, you can connect it to the PC through an USB port to use while you charge the battery.

The Gigabyte Aivia Uranium is already available worldwide, so you should be able to find it in stores now.

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