If there is one thing that defines the Trust brand, it is offering quality, value and value, all together. Today there are many segments in the gaming market and as such the gaps to be filled are still significant and it is easy to enter to compete. What is more complicated is to offer products that meet expectations and at a reasonable price, which is why Trust is consolidating in the market as a benchmark brand and the two new GXT mice are an example.
Trust GXT Y-bar 922 and Y-bar GTX 922W
There is no doubt that ergonomics are more important than ever because of the number of hours a player can devote to a game. Injury, pain and fatigue appear with the passing days and it is something. undesirable for anyone. For this reason, Trust has been working intensively on this new GXT 922 Ybar, a model which also has a twin brother in white which receives the name of Y bar GXT 922W.
The two mice differ only in color, because in terms of performance it is shown how we are going to see that they are up to the task. We are talking about a high precision mouse that consists of 6 independent programmable buttons to perform macros at any requirement that we ask.
However, it incorporates a fully customizable RGB color system, which can select up to 16.7 million colors, quite to our liking. However, it is a mouse thought and designed from scratch for right-handed players, since they are the majority on the market and in competitions.
As expected, it has an advanced sensor that allows high accuracy and fast tracking response. The brand has not unveiled the precise sensor model, but it has indicated that it will be optical and that it will allow a regulation of 2000 dpi at 7200 dpi, everything therefore suggests that we are facing a Pixart PMW 3330, although limited, but as they say it is unconfirmed as it appears to be a custom design for Trust.
We know it will have an acceleration of up to 20G, a voting rate of up to 1000 Hz and a follow-up of 60 IPS.
What we do know is that it will bring a 2.1 meter long braided cable that ensures both sufficient distance to the tower as well as smooth gliding and pointer operation in this mouse.
If we want to get this GXT 922 Ybar mouse in black, we will have it available from this moment in the official store of the brand for the price of 24.99 dollars
Trust the GXT 131 Ranoo
While its two superior brothers have more than interesting advantages considering their price, this Trust the GXT 131 Ranoo it is surprisingly just as attractive. And does unlike those two, this mouse has wireless technology for its connection.
This in itself is appealing in an industry where wireless is generally not liked due to the bad (and old) reputation that wireless left a certain lag in game play and device response time. But with current frequency tracking technology, not only is this not true, it is uncertain. Therefore, this mouse is not only wireless (2.4 GHz RF), but it also has nine configurable buttons one of which gets a “Triple Shot” rating, allowing for greater heartbeat speed for speed in more intense games.
Of course, it has a fully configurable RGB lighting system to our liking, so that we get a perfect integration with our setup.
What we can say is that it will be an optical sensor that will be able to monitor in real time from 800 dpi to 4800 dpi, a somewhat strange range which shows that the sensor will be fully optimized. by the brand for this model, this being a PAT 3212
What we can say is that it won’t hit stores immediately, not even on its official website, since the brand will launch it sometime next month, leaving a time gap between the two launches. Likewise, if the price of the GXT 922 Ybar was already good considering its specifications, that of this GXT 131 Ranoo was not going to be lower, since the brand figures it at a final cost of 34.99 dollars, Taxes included. This is common practice today, where brands work with sensor developers like Pixart to offer custom products for their models to differentiate themselves from the competition. That is why Trust does not disclose any information about them, at least for the time being.
It is really hard to find a model with so many available and customizable buttons, wireless, with RGB and with such a narrow and above all so low DPI range, which shows that this mouse is more geared towards MMO type games than to FPS. Something normal, however, since this is what their older brothers are used for with their greatest advantages for this type of game.
Finally, like these, this GXT 131 Ranoo is a mouse intended for right-handed gamers and has therefore been designed to be able to offer these 9 standard buttons and its triple click, which is undoubtedly an attraction for the players they still play. . low DPI at FPS.