E-3lue Mazer USB Blue LED 2500DPI Wired Optical Mouse Gaming Mouse Mice
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Specification: * Work: Optical interface type(RED LED) * USB Key number: 5+1(scroll wheel) * Optical Resolution: 2500DPI * Ergonomics: Supports * Mouse LED: Blue LED Light * System clock: 250HZ * Frame rate: 3000 frames / sec. * Maximum acceleration: 20G * Ultra-precise Scroll Wheel * Customize DPI Switch: 500/1000/1800/2500dpi * Ultra-quite and Low-friction * Resoulution adjustable in driverless-free drive * Size: 125 x 85 x 40mm * Switch Life: 5 million cycle * Special Edition for Gaming,built-in weight * Optical technology works on most surfaces * Intelligent connectivity. no need to code, plug & play * 2.4GHz Wireless * Compatible with Windows XP, Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8, ME,2000,MAC...... Packages: * 1x E-3lue E-sport 2.4GHz Wireless Mouse with retail box;
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Top Customer Reviews
Slippy movement due to its teflon feet
Matt (soft rubberish coating)
Clicks are fast and relatively quiet to my old mouse and require minimal force (can click super fast)
Good quality plastics with a nice weight to the mouse
Scroll wheel isn't too loud
Thumb rest looks cool but useless as it is too far back.
Lights don't seem to switch off after putting PC to sleep. Don't know if this is the case when the PC is switched off completely though (update: lights don't turn off-may just be my motherboard: it continues to supply power to USB slots so electronics can still be charged).
Mouse is made for medium sized hands really
That being said, I don't go through a lot of mice because I break them, but simply because I like to try new mice (so nerdy.... yay!) and that's it really... I've bought 5 this year alone.. so far! Wow I know...
Anyway .... drum-roll please - THIS is THE nicest mouse I have ever used. It feels AWESOME to use, reallllllly really high quality. It's obviously not super high quality (at least I assume?) because it's incomparably cheap to anything on the upper end of the market.. but it feels like the business. Seriously... really good. Something to do with the finish I think? Anyway, my point is, if you are looking for a new budget mouse, (or any mouse at all to be honest), just stop right now, and click that purchase button. You don't know me and I don't know you, but I do know about mice, and trust me, your quest is over.
I purchased the product after reading positive reviews only to be utterly disappointed. I may be wrong but I have a nagging feeling I may be left with a defective product and have wasted my money.
Wireless, with optional fancy blue neon lights, it has a great range and the dpi is high enough to make useable in any non conventional surface; bed, book, wall.
There are 4 sensitivity settings which will take you from a snail's pace across the screen to quick enough to perform all your FPS related requirements.
Finally the extra buttons on the sides make it ideal for intermediate gaming for macros or key bindings.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
really nice, lasted a long time no issues. just materials didnt feel the greatest of quality and design a little simple, but by all means wonderful mouse.Published 2 months ago by Oscar S.
Very good value,still working after two years. Isn't compatible with Eagle Eye (which lets you use k/m on consoles) so tried a Logitech G500,and the Mazer has better build quality... Read morePublished 10 months ago by ACustomer
Suprised at how good this mouse is for a tenner, was going to get a g502 but decided to go with this after reading some reviews, this mouse feels like it should be in a higher... Read morePublished 14 months ago by Dorian
Bought his for my 9-year-old son, who plays Minecraft and Team Fortress 2 with it on his Linux-running PC. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Paul Howarth