DeepCool continues to announce new products, and the last ones are two gaming mice, the MG350, focused on shooters, and the MG510, with a much more classic design.

DeepCool MG350

It stands out for its oversized design that hides nothing less than 8 programmable buttons, where the main clicks offer OMRON mechanical pushbuttons with a lifespan of at least 20 million keystrokes, and a PixArt PAW3350 optical sensor with a resolution of up to 16,000 DPI with a sample rate of 400 IPS and able to recognize movements of up to 40G seasoned with an adjustable lifting distance system of 1-2 mm.

DeepCool MG510

This already offers the classic design with a total of 6 programmable buttons keeping the buttons or the sensor used. Another difference is that offers 2.4 GHz wireless connectivity with an autonomy of up to 36 hours of use, being able to be used by cable for charging or use in case the battery runs out. Both feature RGB lighting and Teflon feet.

The bulky mouse is priced at 59,99 euros, while the wireless model arrives by 74,99 euros, really high prices compared to many other companies already established in this business.

DeepCool MG510