With the new MC 9620, input device specialist Cherry is launching a new mouse for gamers.
Innovative mouse for gamers
The CHERRY MC 9620 FPS is a high-end mouse with innovative extras and a progressive design. The new mouse from Cherry is particularly suitable for finer work, as it is versatilely adjustable and sensitive. With the Pixart PMW-3360 sensor and a sampling rate of up to 12,000 DPI, the mouse can be adjusted according to your own wishes. The user can adjust the settings in 250-step increments (IPS), so the gaming experience remains smooth. The current DPI is indicated by an illuminated DPI button. The respective DPI resolutions can be saved in five profiles. Switching between the different profiles is very quick and easy with a simple keystroke. Similar to a controller, the digital and analog signal processing continuously controls the functions of the mouse.
Of course, the integrated RGB LED lighting can also be set up as desired with up to 16.8 million colors via the Cherry Gaming Software. Furthermore, the mouse has five levels for the palm rest and three insertable weights, so it can be even more individualized. The MC 9620 FPS also has nine different buttons for free assignment, making it ideal for content creators and gamers. For clean and stable guidance, the Cherry MC 9620 FPS has extra large Teflon sliding surfaces on the underside, which work on almost all surfaces. The mouse is simply connected via USB to a computer or laptop and is ready for use. Since the contact surfaces of the mouse are versatilely adjustable, it fits any hand size, large or small. Due to the high-quality materials, grip side surfaces and textile cable, Cherry promises a long-lasting quality of the mouse. The cable of the Cherry MC 9620 is
2 meters long and the mouse has a weight of 145 grams.
Availability and price
The Cherry MC 9620 is now available as a wired version with Plug & Play support for the PC at a price of approx. 53 Euro. According to Cherry, the scroll wheel should have a service life of over 100,000 cycles and the mouse buttons should be able to make up to over 50 million mouse clicks.