If you suffer from sweaty palms while gaming, switching to a claw grip might help, as it creates some space for airflow. It’s still a passive cooling solution, though, and that’s where the Zephyr comes into play. The Zephyr is a new gaming mouse that is bound for Kickstarter, and it has its own built-in cooling system.
Zephyr, the company that designed it, bills its self-named rodent as the “world’s first sweatproof gaming mouse.” The claim rests on an adjustable built-in fan (with RGB lighting, of course) and ventilated shell, the latter of which is reminiscent of Cooler Master’s MM710 and a few other mice with similar designs.
When turned on, there are two fan settings—slow and fast. These settings are adjustable from 4,000 to 10,000 RPM. You can also turn the fan off if you prefer.
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