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Sharkoon Fireglider Laser Mouse - Black

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  • Weight:135 g
  • Colour:Black
  • Device Type:Mouse
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Technical Details
BrandSharkoon
Item Weight358 g
Product Dimensions27 x 24 x 10 cm
Item model number4044951010042
SeriesT250533 Fireglider Mouse Laser USB
  
Additional Information
ASINB003C4FW7C
Best Sellers Rank 3,711 in Computers (See top 100)
Shipping Weight358 g
Date First Available7 May 2010
  
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Product Description

Highlights: ·Wired laser mouse with 7 buttons ·DPI selection switch with colour reproduction ·Ideal for professional applications and games

Technical Specifications: Colour: Black · Connection: USB · Number of keys: 7 · Resolution sensor (dpi): 3600 dpi · Sensor type: Laser · Transfer type: Cable

Description: The ergonomically formed body of FireGlider laser mouse fits comfortably in your hand and thumb pad for good grip even in hectic situations. With the Weight Tuning System at the bottom of the mouse, the weight can be adjusted over seven levels from 118 g to 135 g maximum and thus fits to individual needs. Six of the seven buttons can be freely programmed and assigned functions using the enclosed software which simplifies gaming as well as your daily working with the PC. Moreover, you can create custom macros using the software and transfer it to the on-Board memory of the mouse. Using a DPI switch, you can adjust the sampling rate of the sensor at six levels from 600 up to 3600 DPI. The DPI levels are shown with different colours or colour combinations. The FireGlider mouse has a 1.8 m long cable and is connected to the computer via USB.



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4.6 out of 5 stars

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26 of 26 people found the following review helpful By Mrs. Beverley Banks on 25 Oct. 2010
(I'm a guy using his mum's account)

Love this mouse so much!

It's quite chunky which will take a bit of getting use to but the build quality is great. The weights don't seem to make much of a difference if I'm honest but it's the programmable buttons that do it for me.

The editor is amazing. There a some set commands which you can assign but if it's not in the list it doesn't matter! With the Macro Editor you can do literally anything! There are actually 16 extra buttons which can be assigned. You press the button you have put it to and then move the mouse in one of the eight directions and a command you have given it will execute.

Even if I had £60 to shred on a mouse I would get this one. The price is just insane for what it can do!
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35 of 36 people found the following review helpful By Utopia1138 on 23 Mar. 2011
There will probably be some skepticism in this mouse for a lot of people; myself included initially. It seems to be less than half the price of the 'reputable' gaming mice brands (Logitech, Razer etc.). I bought it on the risk that it's a lot cheaper, but that I might be settling for something that wasn't much better than I was using before (a generic laser mouse). The reviews seemed solid on here and around the net, so I took the gamble. So far, I'm glad I did.

Performance-wise: The mouse is a perfect size and fit for me (I have long fingers, so this mouse might not perform as well for smaller-handed gamers). The maximum weight seemed right for me, and I haven't yet bothered tweaking the weights or anything (it's a comfortable weight, making it feel solid and heavy enough that the slightest shudder won't make you miss a shot in your favourite first-person shooter, but also light enough that you can move it without it becoming cumbersome). All the buttons are fairly easily in reach and feel well made, and there's a tactile satisfaction to the feel of them during use. This mouse favours a claw-grip/palm grip style of use (I use a claw-grip, and it feels pretty natural).

Modularity: The DPI button allows quick switching of a set of configurable preset DPI values from 600 to 3,600. As well as allowing setups to switch between general use and specialist sniping needs efficiently, the button glows a chosen colour on different DPI values making it easy to determine the setting (plus it looks nice). Each button except the left mouse button can be freely configured. They can be set up to represent any keyboard key, multimedia hotkey function, clipboard shortcut (i.e. copy/paste etc.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By bmcq on 3 Aug. 2012
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After being quite unimpressed at the 3 years I got out of my Razer diamondback mouse before it died (as well as the surface peeling off) I decided to go for this mouse. The reasons being it appeared to have good features for a brilliant price.

So 2 months in, the mouse performs as well as I hoped. I took all the weights out (a gimmick in my opinion) and use it on it the highest dpi with the sensitivity set to the default in Windows (slider in the middle). The jump up from 1800dpi was a little tricky at first but now I'm darting between my two 1920x1080 monitors with ease and comfort. It's nice and light and the buttons and scroll wheel work as well as you can expect (I really don't know what I can say about them!). The cable is nice and doesn't really snag on things too easily as it's braided fabric stuff. It also came with a nice pouch to carry it in. As the the build quality, it seems pretty reasonable and probably won't fall apart anytime soon.

As for gaming, I find that this mouse performs really well on my Razer mousemat. I enjoy the games and really don't notice any problems with the mouse, just as you want. I was also pleasantly surprised at its performance when I gave it a try with osu! (clicking targets in time with music) although I did find 3600 DPI too much for this but this is the kind of scenario where the button on the mouse to toggle the DPI comes into play (you can adjust how this works with the supplied software as well as macros and bindings for other buttons that I haven't felt the need to use yet).

Now for a little niggle. The left side of the mouse and the scroll wheel are a rubbery material with grooves and this obviously intended to improve grip which it certainly does.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By NVR on 9 Jun. 2012
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tl;dr: Good mouse, has a little manufacturing kink, big range of DPI settings, weights are optional, and if you wish to use on Linux, maintain access to Windows for config purposes. Also, after nearly two years of use (it still works!) the rubbery coating on the large back surface has started to peel off and disintegrate. Mouse lasted 2 years and 4 months before giving erroneous clicks, bought a new one of the same model.

This mouse feels good to use - and fits my hand well. I bought it because my previous mouse started having problems. The left mouse button started registering false double-clicks.

This mouse does not have a merged body (the buttons are not merged with the back of the body) so I think it will last a little longer. I can see that the mouse isn't really well made, the strip of plastic (made from a different kind of plastic than the rest of the mouse) between the buttons of the mouse and the back part of the body is lifted as if the strip is too big, or it expanded in sunlight, or quality control missed something out. There is a significant difference in height between the back of the body and this strip.
However, the DPI setting is extremely convenient and has a wide range which can be adjusted by the mouse's configuration software.

One small ergonomic kink is that the two small leftmost buttons are a little high to reach. But unlike other mice of the same class, you can feel the difference between the two (the back one has a pattern on it).

The mouse also has weights on it, which can be adjusted by the use of a pen and some intuition. The weights aren't very heavy, so if you are looking for something more professional with very heavy weights, this may not be for you.
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