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- USB Wired
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A nice enough mouse. 05/23/2012
This review is from: Tt eSPORTS BLACK ELEMENT Laser Gaming Mouse MO-BLE001DT
- I've had this mouse for over four months with zero hardware/software issues.
- The software is not all that difficult to understand.
- You CAN see, on your computer screen, when your profile/DPI changes. You just need to have the profile editor application open. It minimizes to your system tray. I added this application to start with my computer, and have 0 issues figuring out which profile/DPI setting I am on.
- It has a huge max DPI for its price. I don't prefer going much higher than 1800, but you can indeed go all the way up to 6500 DPI.
- It has pretty LEDs!
- Overall, it works nicely.
- The two sensitivity buttons are not easily accessible... you have to move your entire hand down on the mouse a little bit. You also may not want to change their functionality (DPI sensitivity up/down), although they are two of the nine programmable buttons.
- I am a palm mouse gripper with somewhat small hands. There is a button near the end of the mouse on the right side that is not even remotely accessible if you are a palm gripper. It requires you to be a claw gripper. Very odd placement of that button... The other buttons work fine with either grip.
- Trying to change the DPI settings of your profile can be a bit buggy sometimes. It seemed to keep not saving my settings 2/3 of the time I tried to. I finally got it saved... but it was overly frustrating.
- There is no (good) place to rest your pinky if you are a palm gripper.
- This mouse appears to be more of a claw grip than a palm grip, as you lose the functionality of one or two buttons (the one closest to the right click, and possibly the one closest to the left click) if you are a palm gripper.
- The button to change your profile on the mouse is on the bottom of the mouse. This shouldn't be that big of a deal to most people, but it's something to take into consideration.
- From what I hear, any issues with the left or right click acting up means your mouse is defective.
- The sensitivity buttons aren't placed well enough to use them as macro buttons in the middle of gameplay, IMO.
- Continuing with the above statement, you are left with five (usable) programmable buttons if you are a claw grip - middle mouse click, three on left, one on right. If you are a palm grip, you are left with three or four - the middle mouse click, and two or three on the left (small hands will have issues hitting the button that is closest to the edge of the mous
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