Endgame Gear XM1 RGB is a professional gaming mouse made for ambitious gamers with style, patented analogue technology with signal processing under 1 ms, Pixart sensor PMW3389 with up to 16,000 CPI, preselected Kailh GM 4.0 switches designed for 60 million clicks, low weight of just 78 grams & 2 mm LOD, large and low-friction PTFE glides for maximum precision, RGB lighting spread across three zones
Shine like never before!
Thanks to 14 RGB LEDs the mouse wheel, logo and the RGB ring at the bottom of the mouse can be illuminated with up to 16.7 million colours. A total of five lighting modes with different effects and four brightness levels are available. The XM1 RGB’s well thought-out software has been implemented to be resource-saving and won’t affect system performance, thereby ensuring an optimal gaming experience. The software, also enables additional buttons to be reassigned, up to four CPI profiles can be created and the Endgame Gear XM1 RGB’s illumination can be configured there.
Patented analogue technology and Kailh GM 4.0 switches
With patented analogue technology and a built-in ARM Cortex-M0 MCU microcontroller, the XM1 RGB’s internal signal processing latency remains below one millisecond. In combination with the Kailh GM 4.0 switches, this ensures an unprecedentedly fast click speed. The mechanical and pre-selected switches of the two main buttons are an exclusive custom-made product, designed for extreme loads and up to 60 million clicks. This results in unparalleled speed, enhanced durability and perfect feedback with every click.
Victory is guaranteed thanks to the Pixart PMW3389 optical sensor. Its exceptional accuracy, pre-set CPI sensitivities of low, mid and high sense and the adjustable lift-off distance make this sensor the flagship for gaming.
Maximum precision and speed
The low weight of only 78 grams and the especially large skates allow the mouse to glide undisturbed. The low-friction glides prevent fatigue and help to permanently maintain high pointer accuracy. This ensures maximum precision and speed with every movement.
Sensor: Pixart PMW3389 High-End (optical)
Resolution: 50 CPI to 16.000 CPI (adjustable in 50CPI increments)
Acceleration: 50 G
Max Speed: 450 IPS
Lift-Off Distance (LOD): 2mm / 0.08 inches (standard) or 3mm / 0.12 inches (adjustable via software)
Microcontroller: 32bit STM ARM Cortex-M0 MCU
RGB lighting: 14 RGB LEDs, 3 zones
Software / Firmware Updates: yes
Polling Rate: 250 Hz, 500 Hz, 1.000 Hz (adjustable)
Host Signal Intervals: 4 ms, 2 ms, 1 ms (adjustable)
Internal Signal Processing Latency: <1 ms
Ergonomics / Layout: dextral
Supported Grip Types: Claw Grip, Palm Grip, Finger Grip
Dimensions: approx. 122.14 x 65.81 x 38.26 mm / 4.80 x 2.59 x 1.50 inches (L x W x H)
Primary Buttons (right/left): Kailh GM 4.0 switches (mechanical)
Lifetime: 60 million actuations
Number of Buttons: 6 (2x top, 2x side, 1x mouse wheel, 1x profile switch)
Mouse Wheel Scrolling: 2-way
Materials: Plastic (Chassis), PTFE (Glides)
Weight: ~78 g / 2.75 ounces
Connection Type: wired (USB 2.0 Type A)
Cable: Flex Cord 2.0, 180 cm