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Redragon® Lavawolf 3500 DPI Gaming Mouse, 7 Programmable Buttons, 6600 FPS, 5 memory modes, 4 Speed Gear, OMRON Switch for game

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Lavawolf 3500 DPI
  • 7 programmable buttons, 5 savable profiles (bound to specific games), macros, 4 default DPI levels (400/800/1600/3500), and other programmable settings let you take command with maximum efficiency.
  • Track your every movement with unparalleled precision, speed and continuity via the Avago ADNS-3080 Sensor, which features 3500 DPI, 6600 FPS and a polling rate of 1000 Hz. Omron micro switches provide crisp, firm clicks.
  • 180cm high-speed USB wire, 8mm width antiskid roller, 3mm diameter high strength fiber wire
  • Button durability: 5 million clicks; Wire bending durability: 10,000 times; 10kg maximum pulling force wires; Antioxidant gold-plated USB interface
  • Anti-interference thickened magnetic ring; Lava imitated skin texture anti-slip surface
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Product Information

Size: Lavawolf 3500 DPI
Technical Details
BrandRedragon
Item Weight132 g
Product Dimensions11.7 x 6.2 x 3.7 cm
Manufacturer reference76715
  
Additional Information
ASINB00GYHPW8I
Best Sellers Rank 5,109 in Computers & Accessories (See top 100)
Shipping Weight240 g
Date First Available18 Nov. 2013
  
Warranty & Support
Warranty, Parts: Replacement parts provided free the first and second year

Warranty, Labor: All labor cost covered for 18 Monthes Years from the date of purchase.
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Seller Warranty Description
18 months warranty on parts and labour

Product Description

Size Name: Lavawolf 3500 DPI

Spectifiations:
AVAGO top speed game engine
OMRON switch for game
Long-lastingteflon feet pads, slide easily
Multi-functional software
ABS high strength,environment friendly plastic
Trendy breathing colored light
7 programmable buttons
5 groups memory modes
4 speed switch 400/800/1600/3500
2 side buttons
1 mode switch button at the bottom
180cm high-speed USB wire
8mm width anti skid roller
3mm diameter high strength fiber wire
Button durability:5 million clicks
Wire bending durability:10,000 times
10kg maximum pulling force wires
Anti oxidant gold-plated USB interface
Anti-interference thicken edmagnetic ring
-Lava imitated skin texture anti-slide surface
Comfortable ergonomic design

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Customer Reviews

4.6 out of 5 stars

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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Hydranium on 23 July 2014
Size: Centrophorus 2000 DPI Verified Purchase
First of all this is one sexy looking mouse, and the price is VERY good, more than reasonable.

I really wish more gaming mice put the DPI switch button easily click-able on the top of the mouse, IDK how I lived without it, I sure hope this mouse starts a trend of this with other mice.

It has a nice weight to it, adjustable weight of-course, the adjustable weight compartment also makes a sneaky hiding place to hide encrypted Micro SD cards ..amongst other things ;P

It glows very bright red, not distracting when ur hand is covering it though, the bright red glow looks dope :)

The side switches make it easy for me to flick back and forth between web-pages on websites.

One thing I can't praise this enough on is that it requires no special drivers or ridiculous software unlike other 'gaming mice', just plug and play and it all works, even on Linux (I use a Linux OS (Xubuntu).

So why did I knock off a star?: well maybe knocking off a whole star was a little harsh but this means a fair bit to me, the buttons are way too curved-up where they meet the center, and they are also far apart so I have-to really stretch-out my fingers, this effects my gameplay quite negatively. still usable though.

I'd recommend buying this mouse, even with that last minor fault, as after looking at a-lot of the other gaming mouses on the market, this one is a sure winner.
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18 of 20 people found the following review helpful By Rachel on 1 Nov. 2014
Size: Centrophorus 2000 DPI Verified Purchase
As someone on a tight budget, I chose to purchase a mouse which was good looking, promises good performance with a relatively cheap price tag. This mouse ticked all these boxes, so eagerly I ordered the Red Dragon Centrophorus, despite advice from family members to bide my time until I could afford a "proper" mouse from more well-known brand, such as Razor or Steelseries. It's a very good good thing that I am renowned for being stubborn and headstrong, otherwise I wouldn't of discovered the truly underrated potential that this mouse possesses, at such a good value for your money too.

The pros of this mouse is that, for me, ticked all the three standards that I set. The appearance of this mouse is visually pleasing, with a red LED back and side lights give this mouse a professional look, though given that the large glowing dragon on the back, in some eyes, looks rather tacky, but given the price I paid for this, I am more than willing to forgive that opinionated flaw. However, the mouse itself is not the only part that is aesthetically pleasing, as the USB wire is actually a fabric cable, with a very nice looking red and black pattern along the length.

The Centrophorus promises a wide range of functions for the best performance it can offer, and it sure does deliver. The adjustable DPI settings is just a click away from finding your comfortable speed for gaming, with a small button below the scroll wheel allowing you to quickly adjust your settings with ease. The two programmable buttons on the mouse can be changed in game or on a driver you can download from Redragon's website, allows you to allocate keys to each button for swifter actions as your disposal.
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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Lo Zeno on 5 Aug. 2014
Size: Perdition 16400 DPI Verified Purchase
This is a typical MMO gamer mouse, but I didn't purchase it for the intended purpose:
a few months ago I had an accident, I broke my left humerus and my radial nerve was damaged; as a consequence, for a good while I won't be able to move my left hand's wrist and fingers properly. Unfortunately, I work as a software developer, so being unable to use both hands when typing prevents me from using several key combinations (even something as simple as Ctrl+Alt+Del is hard for me to press).
This mouse helped me a lot: I mapped my 15 most used key combinations on its buttons, plus three macros on its top buttons, and it really helps! I can't say my productivity is back to what it was before my accident, but it definitely improved.

I would suggest any software developer out there to look into MMO mice, as they are probably more useful for our job than for games, actually
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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Wozza on 24 Jun. 2014
Size: Centrophorus 2000 DPI Verified Purchase
I grind 8 hours a day @ 1200 hands per hour and this mouse is perfect for the job. Here is a list why.

1. Comfort. Just feels great.

2. Not too many buttons. The choice is either a non heavy duty mouse, or one built specifically for gamers with too many buttons that get in the way.

3. Build quality. Solid case, no sign of any problems with buttons so far after a month and the heavy duty cable. Great for those tilt induced rages.

4. Price. As cheap as a "standard" mouse.

I only have one problem with it though. LED under the logo is a bit too bright. But I think that's just me being too picky. Managed to fix that with a permanent marker anyway so not a problem any more.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Fábio Fontes on 9 May 2015
Size: Perdition 16400 DPI Verified Purchase
My Razer Naga 2014's laser was starting to kick it, so I went lookin' for a low-budget replacement for it. Upon checking feedback for this Redragon Perdition (which at the time of this review is more favorable than that of the Razer Naga 2014), I decided to give it a go. Shipping threw a bit of the "low-budget" part out the window, but not much that can be done about it.

Suffice to say, this thing works WONDERFULLY! Of course, it's not perfect, but it has a great price/quality balance!

PROS:
- The price!
- Insane 50 to 16400 DPI range. Dunno who the hell's gonna use that much, but there ye go.
- Supports up to 5 DPI profiles per global profile. Up to 5 global profiles can be customized.
- Good cursor movement options. Acceleration, X and Y speeds can be set independantly, etc.
- Lots of buttons: Left and Right buttons, clickable Mouse Wheel, "Fire" button, 2 DPI swapping buttons, and a 12-button keypad on the left. Plus a button at the bottom to switch profiles. Sounds odd at first, but being at the bottom assures you'll never press it by accident.
- ALL buttons are customizable (except the one at the bottom to change profile), including support for macros.
- THE PRICE!
- Buttons don't feel flimsy at all, so misclicking shouldn't be frequent.
- The LEDs on the logo and side keypad have full customization. Full RGB gamut, customizable brightness, and breathing speed.
- Very comfortable (for me, at least), and with a nice rugged texture.
- Removable weights for those into it.
- Comes with extra teflon feet!
- DID YOU LOOK AT THAT THING'S PRICE?! DID YOU?!

CONS:
- No mouse wheel tilt click (only regular middle click).
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