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Product number: SL-680002-BKRD
Weight: 0.238 kg
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Achieve amazing results: with its five buttons, smart ergonomic shape and incredible accuracy of up to 3,200dpi, the CONTUS Gaming Mouse offers maximum precision, comfort and convenience. It also features an autofire mode which automatically performs 50 clicks per second – so in the struggle for survival, you won’t need to keep hitting the mouse button. The mouse is also visually stunning as it glows in seven alternating colours – a really handy feature as it also serves as a sensor setting indicator.

Technical details

  • 5-button gaming mouse
  • Precise optical sensor with adjustable resolution from 800 to 3,200dpi
  • LED illumination with 7 breathtaking colours
  • Autofire mode performs 50 clicks/s
  • Ergonomically designed with thumb indent for right-handed use
  • DPI switch for rapid toggling between resolutions
  • Rubberised coating for secure non-slip grip
  • Rubberised scroll wheel
  • Alternating glow colours with breathing effect
  • Quick and easy installation – no additional drivers needed
  • Flexible USB cable with hard-wearing sheath (1.5m)
  • Connection: USB-A
  • Dimensions: 128 × 79 × 42 mm (L × W × H)
  • Weight: 152g (incl. cable)


  • Win XP (32-Bit)
  • Win Vista (32/64-Bit)
  • Windows 7 (32/64-Bit)
  • Windows 8 (32/64-Bit)
  • Windows 10 (32/64-Bit)



How do I change the mouse’s glow colour?

You cannot change the glow colour.

Where can I find drivers for this product?

This product uses the operating system’s native driver. Simply connect the product while the PC is running, and the hardware should be installed automatically.

Can I map other functions to the mouse’s side buttons in games or other applications?

No, this isn’t possible as the button functions are hard-wired to specific mouse functions.


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