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OZONE OZRADON3K GAMING GEAR Radon 3K Laser 3200dpi Gaming Mouse

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  • Professional gaming laser sensor
  • Eight buttons,7 programmable
  • USB full speed
  • Hardware data saving technology
  • Adjustable weight
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Item Weight136 g
Product Dimensions28 x 26 x 1 cm
Item model numberOZONE-RADON-3K-MOUSE
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Best Sellers Rank 281,977 in Computers (See top 100)
Shipping Weight259 g
Date First Available14 July 2010
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Product description

Interfaces:1 x USB - 4 PIN USB Type A, Movement Resolution:3200 dpi, Interface:USB, Buttons Qty:8, Connectivity Technology:Wired, Movement Detection Technology:Laser, Features:Adjustable weight, Included Accessories:Weight modules (5 pcs.), Cables Included:1 x USB cable - integrated - 1.5 m

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I used to use a Logitech G5 for gaming. I think the buttons on the G5 are much better and has a short mouse click distance than the Radon one. The comfort is good and fits my hand well. I struggled to find reviews first time around, but I would recommend it as its great value for money. It seems like its designed more for the FPS gamers, but I have used it on a lot of games and works well. I would recommend buying a proper gaming mouse pad as well if you don't already have one.

The only thing I have not tried is the mouse driver CD as I have found that installing additional software that conflicts with the OS programs can cause problems.
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Most Helpful Customer Reviews on (beta) (May include reviews from Early Reviewer Rewards Program) 1.5 out of 5 stars 2 reviews
1.0 out of 5 stars Feels of quality. Very solid. 2 Aug. 2011
By Debbie - Published on
I have not used this mouse for a game yet, so I will need to update eventually, but so far it is great.

The DPI adjustment is handy for slowing down movement speed quickly.
The included weights are nice to fine tune the flow of movement (I removed 2 of the 5)
The cord is inlaid thru the bottom of the mouse with channels for the cable so that you can have the cord run from the front, front left/right, or the right/left sides of the mouse depending on preference.
Easy to use program for modifying quick settings depending on your activity.
Overall mouse feels to be a solid build with excellent grip all around the mouse.

The mouse is a little bit larger than my old mouse, but I am almost already used to it after a few days.

09/28 Update: My right clicker on my mouse has broke. It still clicks but lost its click feel, working on getting a warranty.
10/24 Update I still have not been able to get my mouse warrantied after it broke. I am rating this failed product at a 1 star until my product gets warrantied as expected.
12/14 They still will not reply to warranty emails, I suggest avoiding any products from this company.
2.0 out of 5 stars Not the best 2 May 2013
By J. Lucchesi - Published on
Ok, there are some good points to this mouse. Since its a gaming mouse, thats how I use it. Its fairly accurate and comfortable, not suited for left handed people. The buttons are in good locations but the click from pressing the button to click is longer than other gaming mice I have used.

The biggest problem I found with the mouse is that over time, the rubber coating wears away. I am left with a mouse where the left mouse button and where my thumb sits has worn. It looks and feels bad now and I personally think a mouse should be able to be used as much as I want without disintegrating over the 2 months I have used it.
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