Over the past decade, many PC gamers would agree how much “gaming” peripheral market has inflated with tons of options, ranging of high DPIs, ergonomics and extra buttons. What’s left one may ask? The fingerprint sensor says ThermalTake with their Black FP gaming mouse.
First shown off at CES 2016, the new mouse from Thermaltake is finally available to the masses bringing the same performance TT eSports is known for.
The mouse is FIDO UAF certified and allows the user to login in to Windows. While it does let you log into Windows, that’s where it’s limited to, it does not load your customized profiles or anything, it’s just there for a security measure. Although for a $59.99 mouse, and that too from Tt, you could be sure that this may be a great mouse for many, and hey, why not use the finger print?
The Black FP carries a 5700DPI AVAGO 9500 sensor along with OMRON switches for extra longevity of the clicks.
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