GIGABYTE AORUS M5 Gaming Mouse with 16K DPI Optical Sensor

👤by Michael Pabia Comments 📅06.08.2018 23:58:45


GIGABYTE expands its gaming mouse line-up with the new AORUS M5 which was unveiled at COMPUTEX 2018. The AORUS M5 is a wired gaming mouse that features a revolutionary weight distribution system to allow gamers to find the best weight and balance for maximum flexibility and control. It also comes with the enthusiast-grade Pixart 3389 optical sensor that boasts up to 16000 DPI and capable of 400 IPS and 50G acceleration. The AORUS M5 also packs the ultra-durable Omron switches that are rated for 50 million clicks. To complete the gaming aesthetics, the AORUS M5 also comes with customizable RGB lighting.

Enthusiast-Grade 16000 DPI Optical Sensor


AORUS M5 gaming mouse sports a Pixart 3389 with 16000 DPI, capable of 400 IPS and 50G acceleration, offering superb accuracy for competitive gaming. Users can adjust DPI settings in 50 DPI increments for personalised fine-tuning that will fit your play-style.

Revolutionary Weight Distribution System


The AORUS M5 gaming mouse features a weight distribution system that allows gamers to customize balance, the center of gravity and weight range from 118g to 130.5g for speed, accuracy, and performance while gaming.

Durable Omron Switches


The AORUS M5 gaming mouse uses high-quality Japanese Omron switches that are rated for 50 million clicks. It also offers a crisp and tactile feedback that most gamers love.

GIGABYTE RGB Fusion


Using AORUS Engine software, users are able to customize lighting with up to 16.7 million colors and numerous patterns to match their personal style and gaming setup. The lighting can be synchronized with AORUS RGB Fusion products.



Learn more about the AORUS M5 gaming mouse at the GIGABYTE website. No information on pricing and availability as of this writing.

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