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Finally, Gigabyte announced the Aorus M5, a customizable mouse that comes with five weights to help you fine-tune its feel in your hand, similar to our favorite gaming mouse, the Logitech G502 Proteus Spectrum (£50 on Amazon). Also like the G502, the Aorus M5 is flush with RGB lights that you can control via Gigabyte’s Aorus Engine software, and the new mouse is actually even more sensitive, with support for up to a whopping 16,000 DPI, adjustable in 50 DPI segments. Whoa. You’ll also find seven total buttons and Omron switches rated for up to 50 million clicks.

Some big questions remain however. First, when will the Aorus M5 be available and how much will it cost? Gigabyte hasn’t said, though you can expect it to cost a lot more than the ultra-basic Aorus M3 mouse (£40 on AmazonRemove product link).

And how will it feel in-hand?

Gigabyte claims the design caters to both palm and claw grip styles, but we’ll need to get our grubby paws on the Aorus M5 ourselves to validate the claim.

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