|Item Model Number||GM-L8200CL8-MX780D10|
|Operating System||Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 8.1, Windows 10|
|Product Dimensions||13 x 9.3 x 3.81 cm; 120.2 Grams|
|Item Dimensions L x W x H||13 x 9.3 x 3.8 centimetres|
|Item Weight||120 g|
|Manufacturer||G.Skill International Enterprise Co., Ltd|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Date First Available||8 November 2015|
G.SKILL RIPJAWS MX780 Cutting Edge Ambidextrous RGB 8200 DPI Laser Gaming Mouse with Adjustable Grips, Height, and Weights
- ESPORTS APPROVED - Designed for pin point accuracy and pro-longed gaming across all game types
- ADJUSTABLE ERGONOMICS - Ambidextrous and interchangeable side grips along with customization height and weights ensure perfect ergonomics no matter your hand shape, grip type, and orientation
- SAVED CUSTOMIZATIONS – On-Board profile storage for 8 fully programmable buttons and RGB lighting effects
- HIGH GRADE COMPONENTS - Gaming Grade AVAGO 8200 DPI Laser and Omron micro switch provide the best performance and durability
- UNIQUE AESTHETICS - Uplift your gaming station with purposefully designed angles and unconventional shapes
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G.SKILL RIPJAWS MX 780 Gaming Mouse
Gear Number: GM-L8200CL8-MX780D10
The RIPJAWS MX 780 from G. SKILL is the newest gaming mouse to shake up the community with its gaming focused engineering, innovative features, and affordable price. The RIPJAWS MX 780 has been thoroughly tested by top eSport gamers from CS:GO (FPS), League of Legends (MOBA) and, Starcraft II (RTS) and ensures the best mouse gaming experience for all games and all players. G.SKILL has elevated the gaming experience with the RIPJAWS MX 780!
Pro-longed Gaming Performance
The perfect ergonomic is the key to pro-longed gaming performance. G.SKILL has through extensive researched determined the two main factors when considering ergonomics is width and height. The MX 780 has solved this problem by offering ambidextrous and interchangeable side grips and a fully adjustable palm rest. Together the MX 780 is the perfect wired gaming mouse for all hand sizes and orientations.
Balance through Software Settings
The adjustable polling rate (125Hz/250Hz/500Hz/1000Hz) allows you to find the perfect balance between mouse latency and CPU usage. Add more personal customizations with the 8 programmable keys and 4-zone RGB lighting which can be saved to 5 on-board profiles. The features list continues on with an 8,200 DPI AVAGO laser which provides unparalleled pin point accuracy for the perfect headshot twitch. Paired with PTFE glide pads, you will never have another death or lose because of a poorly designed mouse. G.SKILL RIPJAWS MX 780 is the best peripheral to bring to battle.
Perfect Peripheral Pairing
The G.SKILL RIPJAWS MX780 is the perfect pairing for your RGB gaming PC, chair, laptop, monitor, desk, and even motherboard with its MSI mystic light RGB sync and Gigabyte RGB fusion with a full spectrum of RGB colors. Create your own color theme for each year, day, or even hour!
Best Warranty and Support
Purchase worry free with the G.SKILL’s 2 year warranty and excellent customer support! Have questions? We encourage you to email us at email@example.com.
Sensor: AVAGO Laser
DPI: 100 to 8,200
Polling Rates: 125Hz/250Hz/500Hz/1000Hz
Lighting: 4-Zone Full Spectrum RGB
Programmable Keys: 5
Weights: (2) 4.5g
Dimensions: 130 x 70 x 38mm (5.12 x 2.76 x 1.5in)
With Grips: 130 x 93 x 38mm (5.12 x 3.66 x 1.5in)
Cable Length: 1.8m (6ft)
Cable Type: USB, Braided
Mouse Feet: PTFE Glide Pads
On-Board Memory: 512KB
2 year limited warranty
From the manufacturer
Interchangeable Side Grips
Maximize grip comfort with interchangeable side grips and increase adaptability for both left and right handed users.
Enjoy extended support for comfort with a height-adjustable palm rest, adaptable to your own preference.
On-Board Profile Storage
Store five complete sets of key and lighting configurations within the mouse, so your personal gaming experience now follows wherever you and your mouse goes.
G.SKILL Driver System
Unlock the limits to customization and grants you complete control over macros, key function programming, light settings, lighting patterns, and loads of other settings for full personalization.
|G.SKILL RIPJAWS KM780R Series -On-the-fly Macro||G.SKILL RIPJAWS KM780 Series - Level Up||G.Skill RIPJAWS KM570 Series - One for All||G.SKILL RIPJAWS MX780 Mouse - Ambidextrous|
|RGB Backlight||KM780R RGB||KM780 RGB||KM570 RGB||4-Zone|
|Red LED Backlight||KM780R MX||KM780 MX||KM570 MX||X|
|Onboard Profile Storage||3||3||1||5|
|Macro Support||OTF Macro Recording||OTF Macro Recording||OTF Macro Recording||8 Programmable Buttons|
|Dedicated Macro & Media Keys||✓||✓||Media Hotkeys & Dedicated Volume||On-the-fly DPI switching (up to 5 DPI stages)|
|Volume Wheel & Display||✓||✓||X||X|
|Per-key Lighting Control||✓||✓||✓||X|
|Aluminum Construction||✓||✓||X||PTFE Glide Pads|
|Mouse Cable Holder||✓||✓||X||X|
|Additional Keycaps Magazine||X||✓||X||X|
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buttons work fine and easily glides other the surface without drag
Top reviews from other countries
Anyway, the right mouse button of my first one was starting to lose contact and in games that require right mouse button to use for direction (wow...), it became a pain. I do play a lot. Anyway, I looked around, tried several mice and ended up buying this one again, it arrived today and I absolutely love it again.
Like the nice colours. Took a while to figure out the software though, it's not particularly intuitive, knocking off a star for that.
I do have to occasionally re-run the software to get the LEDs cycling again for some reason.
As in the description it's customizable for grip, weight and height.
I'm not a fan of the placement of the forward side button but that's more how I rest my hand than the mouse's fault but mentioning anyway.