Rapoo Optical Gaming Mouse V29 PRO with 8,000 DPI sensor launched in India, priced at Rs 2,999

“The Rapoo Optical Gaming Mouse V29 PRO comes 360-degree RGB light ring, up to 8000 DPI sensor, and a braided cable”

Rapoo has added a new Optical Gaming Mouse V29PRO to its VPRO gaming accessories portfolio. The mouse has a sensor that supports sensitivity of up to 8,000 DPI. It also has maximum tracking speed of 100 inch/s and maximum acceleration of 20 (G). In terms of design, the Rapoo Optical Gaming Mouse V29PRO has a 36-degree RGB light ring and has an APM-lighting mode that reflects users’ actions per minute with a light show. The V29 PRO can be purchased from retail stores and e-commerce websites at Rs 2,999.

The latest gaming mouse, V29 PRO from this manufacturer, is claimed to be designed for the gamers to feel the grit in their hands. Mukesh Chaudhary, Country Head – Rapoo Technology, India, SAARC & ME, said, “Rapoo V29 PRO is the perfect match for all gaming needs, whether it is sharp cursor movements or speed we match the individual gameplay. The mouse is designed to make the gamers feel the endurance in their hands.”
Rapoo1Its Left and Right buttons are rated up to 20 million clicks, the middle and DPI buttons are rated for up to 3 million clicks, and the side button is rated for up to 1 million clicks. It can be used in systems like Windows XP/Vista/7/8 and weighs 102 grams. It comes in a symmetrical design with large skates to enhance gliding and the design is claimed offer smoother movements on the surfaces. The V29 PRO comes with a flexible, braided cable that is claimed to be quite durable.

The V29 Pro features seven customisable native DPI settings, which can be set to gamers’ individual preferences. The onboard memory allows users to customise lighting and effects and save up to three profiles for on-the-go gaming.

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