VGN Dragonfly F1 Gaming Mouse: Best Price with PAW3395 Optical Sensor

Today we’re taking a look at the latest drop from VGN – the Dragonfly F1 series gaming mouse, these ultra-lightweight mice boast some seriously impressive specs, and they won’t cost you an arm and a leg.

First the Dragonfly F1 gaming mouse is equipped with the flagship PAW3395 optical sensor, and the exclusive customized Black Gold Mamba GE 2.0 micro-movement, that means you’re getting a click life of up to 90 million times, which is pretty impressive.

Feature ultra-lightweight design, F1 and F1 PRO models come in at just 49g, and the Dragonfly F1 PRO MAX is only 55g, makes for an incredibly comfortable and smooth experience, especially for gamers who need to make quick movements.

For those of you who need 4K support, VGN has got you covered. The Dragonfly F1 gaming mice comes in three versions: the Dragonfly F1 without 4K support, F1PRO with 4K, and F1PROMAX with 4K + SMART SPEED and a battery life of up to 130h, that’s some serious battery life right there.

Compared to some of the bigger names in the industry like Razer and Logitech, VGN is offering some serious competition here, and with an affordable price point of only 149 RMB, the Dragonfly F1 Series is a viable option for anyone looking for a high-performance and lightweight mouse.

So there you have it, folks. If you’re in the market for a new mouse, you definitely want to check out the Dragonfly F1 gaming mice. These mice are the real deal, and they won’t disappoint.

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