Keep cool when popping headshots with Thermaltake fan mouse

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fan-mouse.jpgIt’s hard work being a pro-gamer. A single frag away from victory. A single bullet in the chamber. The deft slide through two weeks of Wotsits crumbs across the mousemat before the winning headshot.The cheers over your 7.1 headset. The admiration. You’re a winner. The winner.

Just like any professional sport, it can be a hot and sweaty affair, with dextrous wrists getting a little slick when twitching away for hours while the rest of your body is near motionless. Things can get slippy, and if you lose your grip at the wrong moment, things could be disastrous.

Enter the Thermaltake Black Element Cyclone Gaming Mouse. It looks to create a little breeze just where your aiming hand would get a little heated by popping a fan to the front of the mouse, attached by microUSB.

You also get all the standard gaming mouse features too, such as customisable DPI speeds up to 6500, removable weights and 9 macro buttons.

If you’re cool cred can handle it, and you’re interested in picking one up, check out this link.

Gerald Lynch

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  • It looks to create a little breeze just where your aiming hand would get
    a little heated by popping a fan to the front of the mouse, attached by
    microUSB.

  • It looks to create a little breeze just where your aiming hand would get a little heated by popping a fan to the front of the mouse, attached by microUSB.

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