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Cyber Snipa Stinger

Cyber Snipa Stinger Review

Introduction

While most of the gaming peripheral world is dominated by the big names like Razer and Logitech, there is a growing number of smaller companies that are bringing their own range of gaming products to the table. Cyber Snipa is one such name, and today I’ll be testing their Stinger mouse. With adjustable DPI and weights, how will it fair against it’s competitors? Let’s see.

Specifications

  • 7,080 frames per second(FPS)
  • Up to 3200 DPI laser engine
  • Tracking speed of 45 inches per second(IPS)
  • 9 buttons including 6 macro programmable
  • Up to 1000Hz(1ms) adjustable report rate
  • 8kb of onboard memory
  • 16 bit ultra wide data path
  • 7 removable weights(20g each)
  • 4 super size easy glide feet

Features

  • The Cyber Snipa Stinger takes the final step in the evolution of gaming mice.
  • The Stinger is the master of macro; possessing onboard memory, macros can be recorded and set to any of the 6 customizable buttons of a macro profile. With 3 separate profiles, the Stinger gives the possibility of a staggering 18 onboard macros at any one time!
  • The Stinger also features fully adjustable dpi. The software allows the user to select 4 different dpi levels, ranging anywhere from 400 to 3200 dpi, which can be cycled through by pressing the mouse’s dpi button.
  • The gaming grade laser engine operates at over 7000 frames per second, offers a maximum of 3200 dpi and features a super fast USB report rate of 1000Hz, meaning the response time drops from the standard 8ms to 1ms!
  • The top of the line laser engine and the armory of features means this is a mouse like no other.
  • Paul

    Your about 3 years late on this review!

    This is also a clone or vise versa of the OCZ Dominatrix which is now discontinued.

    • http://www.xsreviews.co.uk Whoopty

      Thanks for the pointers. This review might show up as February of this year, but that’s just the date we brought over all our articles from the old version of the website, so it’s not quite as out of date as you might think :)