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Gigabyte Aivia Krypton Dual-Chassis Gaming Mouse (GM-KRYPTON)
Gigabyte Aivia Krypton Dual-Chassis Gaming Mouse (GM-KRYPTON), by (Gigabyte), starting at $40.00
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Gigabyte Aivia Krypton Mouse Review
Author: André Gordirro
Type: Reviews Last Updated: August 27, 2012
Page: 1 of 6
Introduction
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Who would have thought that Krypton, the home planet of Superman, would be reduced to the tiny size of a gaming-grade mouse? Well, that’s the name of the new model from Gigabyte’s Aivia line. It features an innovation right out of the mind of Jor-El, the scientist father of the Man of Steel: two interchangeable under plates, each one with a different set of feet (Teflon and ceramic) that delivers a different sliding control. We’ll talk about this characteristic and other features after we describe the product.

Krypton mouse
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Figure 1: The Krypton mouse

The peripheral has an ambidextrous body with the same set of buttons on each side. Each rubber-coated lateral comes with three buttons; the one closer to the tip acts as a user profile switch.

Krypton mouse
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Fgure 2: Left side

Krypton mouse
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Figure 3: Right side

On the top, the user finds the illuminated scroll wheel and, right below it, the traditional resolution switch, flanked by two tiny LED bars. On the end of the dorso, there’s the Krypton logo.

Gigabyte Aivia Krypton Mouse
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Figure 5: The illuminated Krypton

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