|Weight||85g Without Cable|
|Cable Length||2m Cable|
|Scroll Wheel||2 way|
|Top Buttons||3 buttons (including scroll)|
|Side Buttons||2 buttons on each side|
|DPI||400 / 800 / 1600 / 3200|
|DPI Adjustment||Switch on base to adjust DPI|
In the highly competitive world of eSports, we are fortunate to see more and more exciting games. The outcome of a duel between the top players is often determined by a second - a second containing a player?s enthusiasm, persistence and dreams. They must play for victory while avoiding the slightest mishap.
ZOWIE GEAR upholds the spirit of endless pursuit of product quality and continuous understanding of a player's needs. Developing a stable product improves the performance of competitive players, fulfilling ZOWIE?s commitment to eSports and players. Under this philosophy players are able to choose different mouse shapes, sizes and surface coating with the same performance.
ZOWIE GEAR is proud to present FK2, a smaller edition of the FK1 mouse. ZOWIE FK1 was well received by professional and competitive gamers around the world and ZOWIE is now providing the same features in a smaller form for everyone that prefers the shape and size from the original FK while aiming to have the best performance from the FK1 updates.
The Avago 3310 optical sensor has already been on the market for some time and many ZOWIE GEAR supporters suggested that this sensor should be used in the next ZOWIE mouse. Developing a new mouse with this sensor was not difficult. The difficult part was to make a new mouse that upholds ZOWIE standards for competitive gaming gear while maintaining the advantages of the sensor.
One key feature for ZOWIE is the low lift-off distance which is important for any serious gamers. After lots of repeated testing, the research and development team was successful, achieving the low lift-off distance for the new model (1.5~1.8mm). All gamers that are interested in this signature feature from ZOWIE will be able to enjoy it in the new ZOWIE FK1.
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