Looking for a high-quality gaming mouse and keyboard? Das Keyboard just announced that they’re having a 20% off sale on their gaming mouse and their gaming keyboard.
The Division Zero X40 Pro Gaming Keyboard is being marked down from $129.00 to $103.20. It’s an odd pricing structure but the device features A-Z keys with a durability of 60 million keystrokes. That should definitely last you a decade or so.
The X40 Pro also sports five programmable macro keys for instant access to certain functions programmed right to a button that’s within a fingertip’s reach, and you get full n-key rollover, LED backlighting for when it’s time to game in the dark, as well as the ability to turn on and off the Windows key with a mode control switch. I used to hate playing games at night and accidentally pressing the Windows key while attempting to get to the right Shift key or the forward slash key. There’s absolutely nothing more frustrating when you’re about to land a headshot and you’re getting into position only to accidentally press the Windows key and screw everything up. Well… there’s the blue screen of death, but I digress.
Anyway, the keyboard weighs a moderate 3lbs, doesn’t require a driver and plugs in via USB.
The Division Zero M50 Pro Gaming Mouse is a subdued beast. It has a classical design that screams moderation, as opposed to more eccentric ergonomic designs from other mice on the market. There’s nothing overly flashy about it. It has nine programmable buttons, several of which are stealthily situated on the side of the mouse and don’t even look like buttons. You can customize the buttons and save up to six game profiles without requiring third-party driver software.
The mouse sports an adjustable 4G laser at up to 6400 DPI, a 4D tilt wheel scroll, four LED light indicators, and an ambidextrous design for both left and right-handed gamers. And if you can muster it, you can tap out 300 clicks per minute.
The wired USB mouse supports a 20-million click life cycle and runs on Windows 7 and newer operating systems. It regularly costs $69.00 but during the Independence Day Das Keyboard sale, you can get it for $55.20.
You can learn more about the Independence Day sale from the peripheral maker by hitting up their official website.
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