Up for review today is the 2014 edition of the Nascita mouse, made by Feenix. If you’re wondering who Feenix is, from the horse’s mouth of their PR, they bill themselves as a boutique peripheral firm for luxury gaming instruments. Still confused? So was I, until our company met with them at CES2014.
Their visual aesthetic stems from a design decision to strive for simplicity and elegance and still deliver the best possible gaming experience while fitting in fashionably in any home or office. This has lent itself well to the major differentiator behind the Nascita’s design: promising to be completely driver-less.
Moving on, the Nascita comes packaged in a very plain white box that exudes an Apple-white sort of feeling that uses as little branding and lettering as possible in their minimalist inlaid style.
On the front face of the box is the Feenix logo.
On one side of the box the word “nascita”
And on the back is the copyright information and mandatory declarations
After sliding off the lid of the box and lifting away a sheet of protective foam you’ll find the mouse itself.
Underneath the mouse and packaging, the only other contents of the package are a bag with spare teflon feet and a minimalist card detailing the Nascita’s redesign, contact information, and the device’s serial number.
The specifications for the mouse are as follows:
- 8200 dpi Avago 9800 laser chipset
- Avago lens
- 1 ms response time / 1000Hz Ultrapolling
- 12000 fps
- 150 ips
- 30g acceleration
- 114g net weight
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