Building on the powerful legacy of the G1 and G100 gaming mice, G100s features exclusive Delta Zero sensor optimizations for high-accuracy cursor control. Whether zipping across the screen or honing in on a single pixel, the 2500 DPI sensor responds accurately to your hand movements. The LED-illuminated sensor is designed to go beyond simple eye/hand coordination, diminishing the thinking required to move your character, adjust your sniper scope, select RTS units or direct MOBA skill shots.
Gaming conditions torture typical mice. A typical League of Legends player may make over 50,000 clicks per game. G100s is designed to endure. Upgraded primary mechanical microswitches are rated to a 20 million-click lifespan. And low-friction polytetrafluoroethylene feet are tested to last an amazing 250 km.
G100s uses advanced materials for improved comfort and durability. To combat heat and moisture build-up, we added a durable hydrophobic coating to the palm area. For heavy contact zones, we added fingerprint-resistant coatings on the primary buttons.
With a natural contoured grip designed for maximum comfort, you’ll outlast the competition regardless of your hand size, grip style or handedness. The inverted trapezoid shape encourages a sure grip without a second thought.
Make the right moves in any game situation. Shift through up to three DPI settings, from pixel-precise targeting (250 DPI) to lightning-fast maneuvers (up to 2500 DPI) with a single button press, conveniently located behind the scroll wheel.
Be confident your every command is executed as quickly as possible. Four times faster than a standard USB mouse, G100s captures your moves as fast as you can make them.
G100s is light enough for quick, effortless movement with enough heft for precision placement and solid cursor control.
Every gamer knows not every key is equal. The WASD and arrow keys feature colored highlights, making them easy to find and anchor your play position.
No one wants to wait to get into the game. Simply unpack the keyboard, plug the cable into a USB or PS/2 port, and you’re ready to go – no software required.