Feenix announces the 2014 Nascita gaming mouse


Feenix-Nascita-and-DimoraWhen it comes to gaming peripherals, there is quite a fair number of companies who have been churning out quality devices from time to time. Feenix is not exactly one of the more famous players out there, but that does not mean that they are unable to deliver the kind of reliability and performance that gamers love to have. Ashkon Shayani, Creative Director, shared, “Everything in gaming had always looked exactly the same; it was black with loud red or green lights around it. There was no simplicity or elegance to it. Our main goals at Feenix are design and quality. Our instruments deliver the best gaming experience possible and sleek designs that fit right into any home or office.”

The 2014 Nascita’s form factor is said to deliver a perfect ergonomic feel, which is a rather bold claim. After all, when it comes to holding a mouse, there are different ways of doing so, and gamers will tell you that they tend to fall into one of these three categories – palm, claw, or semi-claw gamer. However, the 2014 Nascita touts that it will be able to cater to all three types of gamers without missing a beat. The mouse itself will be 100% driverless, where gamers are able to perform hardware adjustments without having to make use of unnecessary software. Feenix has made use of the latest chipsets and sensor technologies for a 8200 dpi laser engine to deliver seamless accuracy and tracking.

There is also the state of the art Omron switches that paves the way for swift clicking with a 10 million click lifetime, while its in-mouse LCD technology lets gamers read information and are able to accurately adjust DPI on the fly. Just in case you happen to have sweaty palms during a fierce shoot-out, the mouse’s anti-sweat and anti-slip surface material will ensure you have a comfortable feel always.

All of the above can be yours for $97 if you are interested in the 2014 Nascita gaming mouse from Feenix.

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