REDROCK MOUSE SOFTWARE, N.Y. — A lot is on the line for the Redragon mouse as the software maker prepares to release its next generation of software.
The company has been working on its new mouse for the past six months, and the company has not announced a release date.
Redragon’s first major product, called Redragon M-MATE, was released in late 2014.
The new mouse was designed to work with the company’s own Redragon-based operating system called “MATE,” and was aimed at developers of open source software.
Redragon’s new version of M-mouse is designed to run the Red Dragon operating system on the new M-series mouse, the company said.
The software also includes a “virtual mouse” that will allow users to use their own mouse and keyboard.
Red Dragon CEO Peter Bongiovanni said he believes the mouse will help Redragon and other software makers continue to innovate.
“It is not just about software, but it is also about a lot of other things that we are doing, and that are in the future,” he said.
Bongiovannis software development team has been hard at work on the next version of the mouse, called the Red-Dragon M-Flex.
Redragon has also announced that it will be offering two new types of mice, Redragon Touch and Redragon Pro.
The first, Red-Force, will be available in late 2016, and it will feature a 10-degree flex sensor.
The second, Red Force II, will come out in 2018.
The Red-Finesse, a new mouse designed to support Red Dragon’s operating system, will arrive in late 2020.
For the time being, the Red Dragons M-Mouse is expected to launch in 2019, with the first model expected to be available next year.
The company also announced it would be launching a new version for the next generation M-Series mouse.
According to Bongovanni, the new mouse will offer a more comfortable typing experience, with a “thinner, less flimsy” feel, and will support more languages.
The mouse will also have more sensors to enable more advanced tracking, Bongovich said.