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SunbeamTech X-1300 Sensor-X Gaming Mouse

Michael Larabel

Published on 14 October 2005
Written by Michael Larabel
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SunbeamTech has been marketing to the minds of PC enthusiasts since the year 2000, but with the recent launch of the Razer Copperhead and the Logitech G5, both of which utilize 2000 DPI laser technology, other gaming mice have been left in the dust due to the fierce competition. As not all computer users are after these high-end and high-DPI mice, which often come at a luxurious price, SunbeamTech has engineered a new optical mouse that is a bit different from any other mice we have come across. Not only does the SunbeamTech X-1300 Sensor-X mouse have the unique ability to switch from 1300 DPI tracking down to 650 DPI, with the flip of a switch, but this mouse also comes with an intelligent design that is similar to Razer's Copperhead and Diamondback products. Other notable features include the non-slip side rolls with special light effect, super large non-slip buttons, and a super wide mouse wheel. With us, we have one of these X-1300 Sensor-X gaming mice and are ready to share with you our results.

Features:

· 1300 <-> 650 switchable DPI
· 300% more precise than 400 DPI optical mice
· Super bright LED and low heat output
· Sleek ergonomic design
· Non-slip side rolls with special light effect
· Super large non-slip button
· Super wide mouse wheel
· Plated max-conductive USB connectors

Contents:

The SunbeamTech X-1300 Sensor-X arrived in a cardboard container, with a plastic cover over the actual mouse, and contained on this retail packaging was general information about the mouse. Opening up the packaging, we were left with strictly the optical mouse and no additional pamphlets or accessories. The interface for the X-1300 is USB, and no PS/2 adapter was included, nor were any driver disks included.

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