The upgraded version comes after the Kickstarter success
When funded for extraordinary ideas, the start-up Marspack funded the first edition of its fan mouse with crowdfunding and received the equivalent of nearly 60,000 euros from 757 supporters. Now you are on a very stable footing with the new Sapphire Pro, offering the same concept directly through the online store in advanced form.
Jeffrey Pro: Cooler than its predecessors
Sefer Pro should do better then, especially in terms of its unique selling point: Ventilation. The developers adjust the angle of the fan from 45 to 180, which should allow for significant cooling of the palm. In addition, there were two clear criticisms of the previous version, which was funded by the crowd: Vibration and Volume. Here, the very smooth thanks to the new design of the Zephyr Pro – Marsback speaks of 30 decibels at its peak.
More case …
… will be airy
This case is as breathable as possible with a honeycomb structure than its predecessors. Good side effect: 69g mouse is very mild. Inside is some more tried and tested hardware. The Pixar 3389 is used as a sensor and has a good reputation since it was launched two years ago. The buttons are backed up by Omron switches and will be tried and tested in this area.
RGB is required
Then of course you should not find extravagant lights in a gaming product. The first Zephyr shone happily only through the full color spectrum and offered only seven standard modes, the Pro version now comes with full customization via software to suit its position. Including shipping costs Marsback Jeffrey Pro Under 68 euros.