Today, Cougar has released two new gaming mice, COUGAR Air Blader and Dual Blader.
Cougar Dual Blader:
Dual Blader’s highlight is its customizable components. Cougar not only has two different sizes, two different-sized side grips, two different-sized palm rests, and four detachable buttons but their open source 3D files are also available.
The Blader has a PixArt “PMW3389” optical sensor with a maximum resolution of up to 16,000 dots per inch. A mechanical micro switch is used to perform clicks which can bear up to 60 million inputs, 12 configurable buttons are also provided for shortcuts.
The mouse has a limited polling rate of 2,000Hz and a maximum tracking speed of up to 400IPS. It has a maximum acceleration of 50G. A 1.8m flexible, low-resistance “Ultraflex cable. The mouse weighs in at 99-107 g and has the following External measurements:
71-88 mm in width, 120 mm in depth, 39-45 mm in height.
Cougar Air Blader:
Air Blader is a lightweight (62g) gaming mouse that features unique honeycomb-shaped light and hollow design which covers a huge area from the center to the tail. It has a high-strength design to compensate for decreased durability.
The Cougar Air Blader utilizes a PixArt “PMW3389” optical sensor with a maximum resolution of up to 16,000 dots per inch. A mechanical micro allows the keys to withstand clicks. The “COUGAR BOUNCE-ON tension mechanism” uses a metal spring to minimize random bounce between buttons and switches.
Air Blader also offers a polling rate of pp to 2,000Hz and a tracking speed of upto 400 IPS 50G maximum acceleration. The mouse measures 62.8 mm in width, 117 mm in depth, and 37.8 mm in height.