Author: Greg Baden
Looking for a small, ambidextrous mouse with an incredibly smooth feel? NZXT has what you’re looking for with their first ever gaming mouse, the NZXT Avatar. This 2600 DPI mouse has an ergonomic design for both left and right handed people and unlike most of the gaming mice out there on the market the NZXT Avatar has a short profile design which makes it all that much more comfortable for people with smaller hands. The on the fly DPI adjustments and customizable software make it all that much better. Read on further to see what else this mouse has to offer.
Max Speed: 40 Inches/Second
Max Acceleration: 15g
Max Frame Rate: 6469 Frames/Second
Resolution: 650-2600 DPI
Image Processing: 5.8 Mega Pixels/Second
USB Reports: Up to 1000 Reports/Second
Buttons: 7 Buttons, 5 Million Clicks
- Optimal performance — 2600 DPI Optical Sensor provides maximum sensitivity and responsiveness which yields unparalleled gaming accuracy. LED DPI indicator gives the user improved usage and feedback. 5.8 Mega Pixels/second with a max frame rate of 6469 ensures smooth fragging and accurate sniping. 4 Speed DPI switch enables you to go from slow sniper movement to quick attack movement in a matter of seconds
- Maximum Customization — 7 programmable keys allows gamers to customize their configuration specifically for First-Person Shooters, Real-Time Strategy, or Massive Multiplayer Online Role-Playing Games all within the macro and profile settings
- Ergonomic Design — Ambidextrous design gives full use to both right and left handed gamers. Rubber grip helps avoid slipping during intense gameplay and the small, light form factor allows for faster and quicker movements, perfect for any gamer on the go or playing on a laptop or notebook. A slim form factor makes it the perfect choice for finger tip gamers.
- Simple Installation — Avatar plugs into any available USB port.
- Slim and small dimensions — Measuring at 36.8mm x 69.1mm x 128mm (H x W x D), the Avatar’s smaller form factor is the best choice for finger tip gamers and people who game on the go.
The Avatar comes packaged in a very small box, not much larger than the mouse itself. A high gloss photo of the Avatar, along with the DPI and button information is laid out on the front of the package. The two sides of the avatar show the Avatar logo with are also found on the back of the box in addition to the specifications in four different languages.
The front of the box actually opens up to get a real view of the mouse. The lid, which attaches to the box via Velcro circles, labels the different parks of the mouse, but I do think they have the forward and back button switched around. Inside of the lid contains the User Manual, which also has the driver CD attached to it.