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ASUS Cerberus Black 5-button Mouse - Free Gift
The ASUS Cerberus mouse features DPI switch, rubberised side grips and ambidextrous design while maintaining excellent value for money.
- Agile DPI control with an LED color indicator
- Stylish ambidextrous design
- Improved rubber side grips
- Gold-plated USB connector
Agile DPI control with LED color indicator
A DPI clutch enables instant switching among four customisable sensitivity levels, giving you the right amount of speed for standard gaming sequences and ultimate precision when you need it. A convenient LED color indicator lets you know the current sensitivity level at a glance.
Stylish ambidextrous design
The mouse is designed to perfectly fit both right and left-handed user and accommodate any grip style. The Cerberus mouse provides a very comfortable experience with total control.
Improved rubber side grips
The Cerberus mouse features improved rubber side grips that stay cool and reduce slipping from sweat to keep you in total control.
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