Published on Wednesday, 31 December 2008 00:00
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When I think of Teflon I think of pots and pans and cooking spray, maybe knives, but that does not readily come to mind. But to use it in the coating of electronics is something you don't really hear about much. Let's look at what Teflon is supposed to do; it is supposed to greatly reduce the friction between surfaces. So why haven't we adopted this chemical to more computer accessories? I can't tell you how many times I have spilled soda on a keyboard and would have appreciated a non stick surface, especially when the keys get sticky.
This is where the NZXT Avatar gaming mouse excels. The feet of the mouse are coated with Teflon and allow for smooth movement over any surface. The Avatar gaming mouse also has on the fly adjustable dpi settings which helps no matter what program or game you are running. With five different profiles and macros, not to mention the sheer amount of programming options that you have with the NZXT Avatar mouse, you can do just about anything with a click of a button. The NZXT Avatar really puts control right at the tips of your fingers.
The NZXT Avatar comes in a very attractive looking box with foil lettering. It definitely presents the “there is something awesome inside me” effect and pulls you in instantly.