AGON by AOC Unveil its New High-performance AGM600 Gaming Mouse
Mike Sanders / 12 months ago
AGON by AOC has announced the launch of its new AGON AGM600 gaming mouse, specially designed for e-sports enthusiasts and hardcore gamers of FPS and action titles. Featuring an ergonomic, comfortable design with a textured thumb rest and grippy surface, 10 customisable buttons and RGB integration, the AGM600 will be a coveted piece of kit for hardcore gamers to frag their opponents with precision. The AGM600 mouse is also certified with NVIDIA Reflex technology for ultimate responsiveness and low latency.
AGON by AOC AGM600 Gaming Mouse
Gamers consider mice to be their primary tool in beating their opponents in competition. Their ideal mouse must endure harsh conditions and match complex requirements. A good mouse for an esports gamer is akin to a sword of a paladin. It should be ergonomic, durable, pin-sharp accurate, and versatile for any occasion.
The new AGON AGM600 wired gaming mouse features a familiar and proven sensor – the Pixart PMW3389 – supporting an excellent 16,000 dots per inch resolution, 50 g acceleration, and 400 inches per second tracking accuracy. This precise sensor is crucial for accurate, fast movement on the desk/mouse mat without interruption or malfunction. With a 1 ms / 1000 Hz polling rate, the connection between the mouse and the game is as continuous as possible. Equipped with exceptionally durable Kailh switches, rated for 80 million clicks, and a metal scroll wheel, the AGM600 is built to last.
Thanks to its ergonomically arched shape, the AGM600 supports “palm” or “claw” grip types for right-handed use. The skin-friendly matte UV-coated protective layer ensures a comfortable feel to the user’s hand, while dual-injected silicone side panels ensure a secure grip to prevent the mouse from slipping out of a gamer’s hand during long gaming marathons on hot summer nights. Teflon feet mats on the bottom of the AGM600 ensure that it is easily manoeuvrable on different types of mouse mats or surfaces. As a lightweight yet durable mouse, the AGM600 weighs ~115 g (without cable), just the ideal amount to slide easily and remain precise in high-adrenaline situations. With its 1.8 m braided cable for increased durability, the mouse is firmly connected to the PC via USB.
The AGM600 also received the NVIDIA Reflex technology certification, underlining its low latency and responsiveness. This also means that when it is connected to a monitor with the NVIDIA Reflex Latency Analyzer tool, such as the AGON PRO AG254FG or the AGON PRO AG274QG, it can accurately display the total system latency for each component. In doing so, gamers can identify bottlenecks in their systems and can make sure that they compete at the lowest latency possible.
The AGM600 is equipped with a total of 10 customisable buttons. In addition to the durable left/right mouse buttons, the mouse features a metal scroll wheel/button, and three side buttons (forward/backwards and sniper button), which are easily accessible with the thumb. Furthermore, below the scroll wheel, the AGM600 features two buttons to increase/decrease DPI easily, a great feature when users need to decrease DPI for precision or increase DPI to easily cover the whole display with their cursor. In combat, the dedicated sniper button can be held down to shift DPI on the fly, perfect for pixel-perfect sniping. Finally, the AGM600 features two additional buttons on the side of the left mouse button, which by default, allow users to adjust the volume on the fly. All 10 buttons of the AGM600 are fully customisable.
A pro gamer’s primary mouse would not be complete if it could not be individualised. The AGM600 offers extensive customisation thanks to the G-Menu software.
AOC’s comprehensive hub software G-Menu controls all features of monitors, keyboards, headsets, mice, and other accessories, providing total control over the AGM600. On its front surface, illuminating the AGON logo and wrapping around its bottom side, the AGM600 features Light FX RGB LEDs, which can be synchronised with selected AGON by AOC or AOC Gaming products, enabling them to breathe/blink/wave in unison. The RGB lights can also indicate the selected DPI setting.
The AGM600 can save two profiles onboard, making sure esports athletes can use their individual settings in tournaments or esports events when they are not allowed to install or use 3rd party software such as G-Menu.
Where Can I Learn More?
The AOC AGON AGM600 gaming mouse is set to hit retailers imminently with consumers looking at a price in the region of £39.99. – If you would, therefore, like to learn more about it, then you can check out its official website via the link here!
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