AOC AGON AGM600: Budget gaming mouse announced for £39.99
AOC has introduced the AGON AGM600 gaming mouse, which it bills as being 'especially designed for Esports enthusiasts and hardcore gamers'. According to AOC, the AGON AGM600 relies on the Pixart PMW3389, a sensor that delivers 16,000 DPI. For reference, you can find more details about the PMW3389 on Pixart's website. Incidentally, the AGON AGM600 is one of many budget gaming mice to rely on the Pixart PMW3389, such as the Razer Mamba Elite.
Additionally, the AGON AGM600 offers 50 g acceleration, 400-inches per second of tracking accuracy and a 1 ms (1,000 Hz) polling rate. Moreover, AOC rates its buttons for up to 80 million clicks and has included a metal scroll wheel for added durability. Separately, the company has built the AGON AGM600 with a matte UV-coated protective layer that it boasts feels comfortable as well as being kind to your skin.
Furthermore, the AGON AGM600 weighs 115 g, albeit without its cable included. Unfortunately, AOC has not confirmed how much the mouse and its 1.8-metre braided cable weigh together. As the company's marketing images imply, the cable is not replaceable nor is it removable. The AGON AGM600 retails for £39.99 and will be available later this month. More details can be found on AOC's website.