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Monday, June 15, 2020
By: Rob C
Good mouse, programmable and adjustable
The glue on the rubber finger pads releases from heat transfer and slip off, making a sticky mess. Wish I had done more research before buying, it is a very common problem
Not worth the money
Sunday, May 6, 2018
Ultra-low lift off distance. Very hard to actually notice a difference, but it is there. RGB lighting. I'm not really a fan of lighting so mine are usually off, but most people love the hell out of RGB so it's definitely a strength of this mouse. Great feeling right and left mouse buttons. Very sturdy and "high-quality" feeling. Adjustable weights. Done in a really nice way (the mouse without them is about as light as a "very light" mouse)
Does not accomplish anything much better than a $50 mouse. Very big, I'm actually getting a bit of discomfort from using it and i think I might switch to something else.
This is an amazing mouse, especially if you can get it on sale. It's still kind of a "basic" mouse (not specialized for any particular type of gaming), but it's got to be the best of it's breed. If you've got large hands, I'd pick this up without a second thought. Otherwise, I feel like it's just a couple of tweaks from Steelseries away from being an all-star mouse.
Sunday, April 8, 2018
--Lighting is flashy --Rubberized coating on the sides is nice and grippy, especially compared to the Rival / Sensei 310 --Three side buttons useful for games... kind of --Adjustable weights are handy and work well --Soft rubber cable doesn't get caught on surfaces and bends easily --Light --Very good sensor with low LOD
--Overpriced for what you're getting (a good sensor and some lights) --The forward-most side buttons is hard to press for everyone but the largest handed --Super low LOD may be useful for few but other mice LODs are honestly low enough. Super-low is more of a gimmick than the most fervent of low-sensitivity players. --Clicks very different for LMB and RMB, RMB much stiffer.
This mouse has a lot of flashy gimmicks and is very nice, but it isn't worth it unless you want the lighting or design specifically. The materials feel great in hand, it's light, and the sensor (while unnecessarily complicated) works perfectly. If you want a pure gaming mouse there are cheaper choices, but this one is certainly nice all around.