Epic Gear Medusa Gaming Mouse
Posted on: 30.10.2012 09:36:23



  1. ARM 32-bit Cortex™-M3 CPU
  2. Onboard memory of 128KB· on-the-fly dpi change
  3. Independent X/Y axle change via GUI @ Laser Mode
  4. Supports driverless plug-and-play
  5. Angle snapping support @ Laser Mode
  6. Auto power saving mode on/off via GUI
  7. Ultra swift big-size teflon feet
  8. X-braided cable for durability
  9. Ferrite bead cable for anti-EMI capability
  10. 2 Meter USB cable

Support Microsoft Windows® 7 / Vista / XP for both 32 & 64bit operating system (excluding Windows XP 64-bit)

Comply with Laser Eye Safety IEC60825-1 Class 1 and FDA

2 year warranty

With an RRP in the US of around 80 bucks the specs are fair but not mind-blowing considering the competition it faces in this price bracket, especially when you take the factor that this bracket is shared with multiple offerings from Juggernauts such as Corsair and Razer along with a selection of specialty mice from Cytek. Has the Epic Gear Medusa got enough pluck to stand up to the competition?

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