MSI Clutch GM31 Lightweight Wireless Gaming Mouse

This week, MSI has expanded its range of mice by announcing the imminent arrival of its new Clutch GM31 mouse. The lightweight wireless gaming mouse features a PIXART PAW3311 sensor with 12,000 DPI sensitivity and 300 IPS motion tracking. “There is a DPI switch on the underside of the mouse with durable OMRON switches under the left and right buttons rated for over 60 million clicks.”

As you’d expect, the mouse settings can be customized using the company’s MSI Center software, and the design weighs just 73g and comes with an internal battery capable of up to 7 hours of battery life after a 10minute charge. Other features include a charging dock, as well as a 2.4G wireless USB transmitter and a convenient USBC to USBA charging cable.

Mouse MSI Clutch GM31

lightweight wireless gaming mouse

“With the latest 2.4G wireless technology, Clutch GM31 Lightweight Wireless transmits input data at a speed of just 1ms, which ensures smooth and stable mouse movement throughout the competition. Battery life is up to 110 hours when fully charged. The included charging dock provides convenient and convenient charging by simply placing the mouse on it. Gamers who need to get back to playing faster can charge the mouse for 10 minutes to get up to 7 hours of battery life. Alternatively, they can continue playing by connecting the included USB Type C cable directly to the mouse. Battery life provided may vary depending on usage and environmental conditions.

Clutch MSI GM31

“Using the same lightweight plastic as its predecessor, the Clutch GM31 Lightweight Wireless weighs in at an ultralight 73g. This results in fast yet effortless movements, delivering an outstanding gaming experience with every move. The small, ergonomic design makes the mouse the best choice for gamers with small to medium hands and provides excellent comfort with most grip styles. It also features gaminggrade 100% pure PTFE mouse skates with a unidirectional surface texture and double edges that make every move faster and more precise.”

Source: MSI

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