The newly founded company Endgame Gear presented its first product at Computex 2019. The Endgame Gear XM1 comes in a basic version for 60 Euro, a version of the mouse with integrated lighting, which is realized via a light band on the ground, will be available for 70 Euro. The mouse is expected to be available in mid-June.
A Pixart PMW-3389 sensor with a maximum resolution of 16,000 dpi and an ARM-STM32 controller will be installed. According to Endgame Gear, the Omron buttons should last at least 50 million clicks. In comparison to the competition, the mouse should convince above all by the analog technology, which Endgame Gear has patented and which promises a particularly low response time of less than a millisecond. In addition, despite the very low response time of the mouse, no double clicks should occur due to the analog technology. The weight of the mouse is very light with 70 grams, without Endgame Gear having to “perforate” the mouse.