Mice manufacturers have a hard time: the competition in this segment is very high. Mionix chooses its own way, introducing the mouse Naos QG – this input device can track the user’s body reaction.
QG suitable professional – it will be able to evaluate the quality of the game. For this Mionix uses a number of sensors that among other things is considered a pulse, determine the linear skin resistance (electrodermal activity EDA) and fixed with mouse movements. To measure the pulse is Pixart PAH8001EI-2G, for measuring EDA – copper electrodes. This information, as well as data on the speed of the mouse and clicks frequency can be integrated through the overlay to the game. ON Mioniox Hub evaluate the data from the sensors, and then, if desired, the information obtained can be placed on the social networks. Fans may be interested in information about how fast the heart is beating a player when he sits down for a new blockbuster. In addition, developers are offered an open API. We can expect that they will develop the potential of the new mouse.
Even without Naos QG monitoring functions is quite attractive. Mionix uses the latest optical sensor PixartPMW-3360 with a resolution 12.000 DPI and Omron switches (both main buttons). Additional buttons, such as the scroll wheel button and the DPI button switches are equipped with TTC. Mouse right-handed, should be comfortable to hold in your hand, as it is ergonomic, as well as through four layers of rubber coating. DPI button, you can select one of five solutions. Not without integrated memory (128KB) and RGB backlighting. The logo and the wheel are in two different areas of lighting. The mouse connects via USB-cable-foot braided. Due to the additional sensors Naos QG weighs 152 grams – it’s pretty heavy mouse.
Biometric Mouse sales will start in October. The price data is not.