6 Programmable Thumb Buttons for Macro Control
Instead of the ordinary 1 or 2 thumb buttons, the Tesoro Thyrsus has 6 buttons positioned for thumb control, making a total of 10 fully independent and programmable buttons. The 64Kb of onboard memory allows users to configure up to 5 gaming profiles, 35 macro keys and 1600 recordable actions. The Tesoro Thyrsus is easy to control in the new, specifically designed software. Gamers can adjust the DPI, polling rate up to 1000Hz, and the multicolor LED illumination as well as program the 6 thumb buttons.
Comfortable and Confident Control
Omron switch technology gives the Thyrsus added durability, tactile feedback and satisfying clicks. The ergonomic design and rubberized coating on both sides give maximum comfort and grip. Gamers can pick from 6 levels of sensitivity adjustable up to 8200dpi. Accuracy is assured with 150 ips (inches per second) motion detection and 30g acceleration. A braided, 2 meter gold-plated USB cable lends added durability and prevents fraying.
New Tesoro User Interface (UI)
The Thyrsus utilizes Tesoro’s new UI which has been redesigned to be more user-friendly. Gamers can easily adjust the DPI, record macros, set profiles, and change the illumination color.
- 10 million click duty cycle Omron switches
- 6 levels of sensitivity adjustable up to 8200 dpi
- 64 KB Built-in Memory
- 6 fully programmable thumb buttons for MMO/MOBA
- Total of 10 fully programmable keys
- Full speed processor with 1000 Hz polling rate
- Customizable multicolor lighting
- Soft-touch finished surface
- 2 meter braided cable with gold plated USB plug
- 150 ips (Inches per Second) motion detection and 30 g acceleration
- New TESORO Thyrsus Software
- Model number: TS-H8L
MSRP and Availability
The Tesoro Thyrsus will be available this August in North America for the suggested retail price of $ 69.
David "AnjelusX" Slauenwhite
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