Endgame XM1, The Gaming Mouse For Playing Spiderman?
Meet The Pixart PMW-3389
You might not need 6,000 DPI or a polling rate of 1000hz but it is a nice spec to be able to brag about if you are in to that sort of thing. Endgame Gear are relatively new to the market entering with a very cleanly designed gaming mouse that stands out by not sporting any lighting effects. Guru of 3D tested it and the software suite out, finding both to be very lightweight and well designed. The sensor, Omron switches and ambidextrous design make this a decent choice at the $60 range for gaming mice and worth considering if you like a mouse that focuses on being effective and not needing any of the bells and whistles which are so common these days.
The German manufacturer, Endgame Gear, isn't a household name in PC peripherals yet, having debuted on the market only recently (in 2019), with this particular model. The sensor is a Pixart PMW-3389 with 16,000 DPI, and the polling rate is 1000hz (1ms). Yes, that’s absurd and not necessarily useful, but still.