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    Zaunkoenig M2K – the world's lightest mouse gets a wheel

    Revamped carbon fibre gaming mouse is just 24g, but it costs a weighty €299.
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    Re: Zaunkoenig M2K – the world's lightest mouse gets a wheel

    F=MA.

    M2K=How Much?!

    Certainly niche but does looks rather nicely built.

    Personally, I'm happy with my thrust assisted mouse. The accelerometer detects motion, calculates the derivative and a slope over a certain threshold triggers assistive CO2 gas jets. Small nozzles allow for thrust vectoring for full 360 degree system coverage and wings create a ground effect, reducing surface friction. Special gloves are required for use to prevent freeze burns but you'll soon find the pwnage is worth it. The system naturally adapts to fast paced games by freezing the tracking surface with all the CO2, reducing friction further.

    Truly, the ultimate in epeen.

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    Re: Zaunkoenig M2K – the world's lightest mouse gets a wheel

    Quote Originally Posted by philehidiot View Post

    Personally, I'm happy with my thrust assisted mouse. The accelerometer detects motion, calculates the derivative and a slope over a certain threshold triggers assistive CO2 gas jets. Small nozzles allow for thrust vectoring for full 360 degree system coverage and wings create a ground effect, reducing surface friction. Special gloves are required for use to prevent freeze burns but you'll soon find the pwnage is worth it. The system naturally adapts to fast paced games by freezing the tracking surface with all the CO2, reducing friction further.

    Truly, the ultimate in epeen.
    Now that all seems just a bit unnecessary to me...

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    Re: Zaunkoenig M2K – the world's lightest mouse gets a wheel

    Quote Originally Posted by Friesiansam View Post
    Now that all seems just a bit unnecessary to me...
    It's the sort of tripe that spews forth when you haven't slept properly for a month and are off your face on painkillers.

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