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Rapoo enters gaming segment, outs V900 gaming mouse




Rapoo has been making PC peripherals for quite some time already, though most of their products are geared for home or office use. Recently, the Chinese manufacturer has announced that they’re ready to expand in to the gaming market as the company reveals the VPRO V900 Gaming Mouse.

The VPRO V900 is one of the first gaming-centric devices that were developed by Rapoo’s dedicated gaming department. And we must say, they’re off to a great start.

VPRO V900 Philippines

Rapoo’s first laser gaming mouse features an Avago-made VPRO Gaming Laser Sensor that has an adjustable DPI setting that can be scaled up to 8200 DPI. This ambidextrous mouse also sport 5 programmable keys and has LED backlights that supports 16 million colors for added swag.

Lastly, the V900 is equipped with on-board memory (not mentioned how much) for storing macro settings, as well as 32-bit ARM processor called V-Power3 Gaming Chip.

specs

The best thing about the VPRO V900 is that it doesn’t cost an arm and a leg to get one. It is currently being sold at Amazon for $62 which is fairly cheap compared to other gaming mouse from other brands. Hopefully that SRP will remain once the V900 becomes available locally.

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This article was written by Ronnie Bulaong, a special features contributor and correspondent for YugaTech. Follow him on Twitter @turonbulaong.

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9 Responses

  1. Christian says:

    Dragonwar pa rin ako kung pamurahan.

    • ae says:

      weh? mas mura pa sa CDR king?

    • Noir says:

      @ae
      No but it is still considered as a gaming mouse. Still A4 Tech X7 is what i would recommend over Dragonwar.

      Dragonwar does not have the “feel” of a premium mouse.

      I currently own a Stewl Series Rival Dota 2 edition and Dota 2 Kana.

      A4 Tech is the closest you can get to have a premium feel

    • itdev says:

      @ae Agree bro! X7 FTW!

    • Hen-Sheen says:

      A4Tech Optical & HD Mouse (possibly for gaming) has one of the best functionality & design. I bought my A4Tech Optical since 2012 & it works great on games too! Durability depends on the user though…..

  2. gideon says:

    nakaka 3 dragon war mice na ako magkakaibang series. lahat wala pang 6 months ang lifetime. even my friends nakaka 2 na sila madali masira. might recommend this to them instead.

    • maki1300 says:

      oo! agree! coming from “premium” then nag try ako mag dragon. i can say iba tlga yung feel. (weight? and responsiveness?)

      good for the money you paid it for, but dont expect the same experience.

    • pj says:

      try a4tech x7 as mentioned in the other comments. currently using my 3rd mice within a 4-year period. that puts the avg lifetime to 1 year 3 months (mas matibay ng konti)

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