Good Value Gaming Mouse,
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This review is from: Anker® 8200 DPI High Precision Programmable Laser Gaming Mouse for PC, 9 Programmable Buttons, Weight Tuning Cartridges, Omron Micro (Personal Computers)
I don't know how Anker have managed to sell this mouse for £25.00, the Avago ADNS-9800 laser sensor is the same sensor used in high end gaming mice and so are the Omron left/right click switches. The shape is designed for a right-handed palm grip and should suit most people unless you have very small hands. If you're familar with the shape of the Razer Deathadder mouse you'll feel right at home with the Anker, it's very comfortable to hold. You can set DPI from a very low 200 up to a very high 8000 in 200 dpi increments. There's a dpi switcher with led indicator on top that lets you change your dpi whilst in a game. The laser tracks smoothly and accurately in games, I tested it on two different cloth pads, one hard pad, and just a bare desk without any issues. The scroll wheel is a 4-way affair, forwards, backwards, click-down, and tilt right. The thumb buttons are chunky and easy to reach without moving your thumb very far from it's natural resting place. There are also Macro record and Macro play buttons that I don't use. Neither did I need to use any of the additional weights. All buttons on the mouse can be customised using the Anker software. I had no problems with this mouse, the build quality is good and considering the price tag I can't think of a single reason not to own one. I give the Anker 5 stars, highly recommended. I also happened to get hold of the Perixx MX-2000R mouse [B00CEX29K0] around the same time, the Perixx has a similar spec and price but out of the two I preferred the shape of Anker 8000 mouse.