MSI is proud to present two brand new additions to its Gaming Gear lineup. With a strong focus on ergonomic design, the Clutch GM70 and Clutch GM60 offer two different pairs of side grips and an extra top cover to allow gamers to find their most comfortable fit. This makes all the difference when you’re playing for hours on end and allows gamers to stay at the top of their game. The top cover and side grips can be swapped with ease thanks to a magnetic design. A dragon-scale pattern on the sides provides additional grip, ensuring complete control of the mouse.
Want to show off your style? Both the Clutch GM70 and Clutch GM60 feature MSI’s RGB Mystic Light, which lets you choose from millions of colors and a number of effects by using the MSI Mystic Light software. Using Mystic Light Sync you can easily synchronize colors and effects with other RGB components and peripherals for a stunning display.
For ultimate flexibility, Clutch GM70 can be used in both wired and wireless mode while the Clutch GM60 can only be operated with the cable connected. The USB cable is secured with a switch at the bottom of the mouse to prevent any unexpected disconnections. Built around the Avago PMW3360 gaming-grade optical sensor, you have one of the most advanced and precise tracking sensors at your fingertips. The DPI values can be easily adjusted by using the DPI switch or fine-tuned in the software to suit any game or situation.
Adaptable to any gaming scenario both Clutch series mice feature 8 programmable buttons that are easy to set up using MSI Gaming Center software. An ALPS Encoder scroll wheel provides smooth and accurate movement, so you can easily cycle through weapons or your inventory. This mouse is built with high quality materials to ensure a reliable gaming experience. The main buttons are equipped with OMRON gaming switches, which are rated for over 50-million clicks for an almost inexhaustible amount of headshots, spell casting or simple double-clicking.
AVAILABILITY: The brand new MSI Clutch GM70 and Clutch GM60 GAMING mice are expected to be in stores worldwide starting July 2017.