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★★★★☆

“I've had this mouse now for 6 months, and owned other...”

Written on: 24/07/2009 by Avanti Computer Services Northwood (1 review written)

I've had this mouse now for 6 months, and owned other gaming orientated mice before it.

I am an avid gamer, and have done many long gaming stints on this mouse and others.



The mouse is wired, with an armored cable, that should last a while.

The best bit about this mouse is ability to switch between 5 levels of DPI sensitivity, via a rocker-switch on the mouse itself.

You can do this 'in-game' in real-time, which makes the mouse great for switching between 'highly sensitive' - for controlling unwieldy things like tanks. Or 'very lo sensitivity', for things like sniping.

This feature alone makes the mouse worthwhile for gamers.

You can setup the mouse to recognise the game you re currently playing, and re-configure the sensitivity levels, to your taste, for that specific game. Very cool!

- That said, it could still do with the option to be 'less sensitive' (for sniping) and 'more sensitive'. (for more 'unwieldy' vehicles etc.).



The mouse has interchangeable grips, to cater to your taste - though these really seem more of a gimic than being truly useful.

It also has a software based macro, facility, though this quite confusing.



I must also finally state that while it is fine for gaming, its odd shape is a bit uncomfortable for normal use.



When I ought it, it was about £70. A great mouse, but very expensive.



Pro's: Adjustable sensitivity on a per game basis

Good build quality and design

Fancy Macro's - if you can figure them out.



Con's: Expensive

Not enough sensitivity levels

You have to have this mouse wired, rather than wireles.

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