Verbatim is expanding the product portfolio of its gaming brand SureFire with three new gaming mice, all of which are equipped with RGB lighting and are also similar in other key points. All three products are in the lower price segment.
The Hawk Claw is designed to be operated with the right hand, which limits the range of potential buyers. At the heart of the visually striking mouse is its 6,400 DPI sensor, whose resolution can be adjusted as needed. In addition, there is a query rate of up to 1,000 Hz, seven buttons and numerous adjustable lighting effects. The Hawk Claw is powered via USB-A cable. The mouse is available for 24.99 euros.
The Condor Claw stands out from the Hawk Claw with an eighth button, as well as RGB lighting that is also attached to the bottom. It’s also a bit larger. Resolution, polling rate and other details, however, do not differ from those of the already presented gaming mouse. It is priced at 26.99 euros.
The Eagle Claw is the largest of the three new gaming mice. It also stands out visually from the other two members of the new SureFire lineup with additional design elements. Meanwhile, the technical core of the Eagle Claw is a 3,200 DPI sensor, which can be set in the range between 320 DPI and the maximum resolution as desired. A loop button is available for changing the resolution. In addition, there is software here that can be used to program the mouse buttons and adjust the illumination. The price for the Eagle Claw is 25.99 euros.
All three gaming mice are available now from relevant retailers.