Redragon Perdition 16400 DPI MMO High Precision Programmable Laser Gaming Mouse, 18 Programmable Buttons, Weight Tuning Cartridge, 5 memory profiles, 12 Side Buttons, Power Button, Breathing Light, Omron Micro Switches
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- 19 MMO-optimized buttons - Effortlessly access more spells, abilities, and macros with a total of 18 mouse buttons, including PERDITIONr's 12-button thumb grid.
- Built with gamers in mind: up to 164000 DPI, 12000 FPS, 1000 Hz polling rate, 30G acceleration, and an Avago Top Speed 16400dpi laser sensor. Omron micro switches provide crisp, firm clicks. Take control of your virtual world.
- Personalize your mouse to fit your needs. 5 memory profiles, an 8-piece weight tuning set (2.4g x8), and over 16 million LED color options. The LED may be disabled.
- Durable smooth TEFLON feet pads and contour body for ultimate gaming control. High-end features including 18 buttons, power button, breathing light in 5 colors modes and 12 side buttons.
- Durable smooth TEFLON feet pads. High end 6ft braided-fiber cable with gold-plated USB connector for greatest durability and signal accuracy. System Requirements PC / Mac with USB port Windows 8/ Windows 7 / Windows Vista / Windows XP (32-bit)
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Redragon Perdition is evolving to take MMO games of the next generation head-on. Engineered for improved comfort and control, the all-new Redragon Perdition Gaming Mouse comes with 8-piece weight tuning set (2.4g x8) to suit your individual style
The Redragon Perdition is a multi-button thumb grid and Redragon's MMO game interface add-on, combine to place every command you need in the palm of your hand. An ergonomically designed form, created to maximize ease of use, lets you game in comfort for hours on end. From the casual MMO gamer to the serious hardcore raider, the Redragon Perdition will take you to the head of the pack in both PVE and PVP action.
19 MMO-optimized buttons:
Effortlessly access more abilities and macros than ever before with 17 mouse buttons including the revolutionary Redragon thumb grid. The Redragon Special Edition's driver software allows you to easily organize your key binds and character abilities for any game by enabling you to fully remap and assign macros to all 17 buttons.
16200 DPI Top Speed Sensor:
Avago Top Speed technology built for high-accuracy cursor control. Optimized to deliver consistent tracking at any hand speed, whether flying across the screen or targeting in on one pixel
Maximum Comfort for Long Gaming Sessions:
Game for hours on end with the Redragon Perdition's ergonomic design, optimized for comfort and easy access to every button.
- 16200dpi Precision Laser Sensor
- 12000 FPS, 1000 Hz polling rate, 30G acceleration
- 19 MMO-optimized buttons (including 12 button thumb grid)
- 8 piece weight tuning set (2.4g x8)
- 5 memory profiles
- Redragon MMO-specific software AddOns
- Approximate Size : 118mm/4.64" Width: 75mm/2.95" Height: 39mm/1.53"
- Approximate Weight: 150g/0.33lbs
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Top Customer Reviews
However, after about two years, my left click button started misbehaving, giving me double clicks even though I was single clicking, which was insanely annoying. I bought a new one (warranty on my old one was out), and although I still love this mouse, the new one's mouse wheel is a little bit heavier to roll at one point. This was not a problem with my previous one, although it may be that it will get better with use.
All together, I love this mouse so much that even after it broke after a relatively short period (two years) compared to how long my mice usually last, I still just had to get the same one as a replacement. Best mouse for my hand, no question about it!
Cheap by comparison to other similar mice.
Lots of programmable buttons.
Easy to use software.
Spare feet came with it.
Gold plated connection
Braided cable (seems durable)
Feels cheap (texture is a little rough and the plastic seems very thin).
Very light (can't see anyone needing to remove any of the weights).
Can't easily/obviously repeat the settings for one configuration to another (can get around this by saving the configuration, selecting a different profile and loading the configuration you saved from the other profile.) A copy or clone configuration option would be a simple addition.
Manufactures website is slow to load making support difficult if you loose/damage you disk with the software on it.
Profiles only cycle, you can't go from profile 3 to 1 without cycling through 4 and 5. You also can't disable a profile, you have to have all five. I want 2 profiles which I can easily and frequently switch between so I've made profiles 1, 3 & 5 identical and 2 & 4 identical. Fine until you reach profile 5 and the next inline is 1 which is the same.
If you just want more programmable buttons, for the price this is a great mouse.
If you want a mouse you're going to use everyday for long periods of time invest in a razer mouse or similar. There's a reason it's so much cheaper.
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
Sensor: no detectable tracking errors at 16400 cpi, no detectable cursor drift or angle snapping, no acceleration by default (can be changed)
Weight: too heavy for me with removable weights but centre of mass slightly too far forward without removable weights, since the cartridge for removable weights is quite far back.
Feet: very slippery from day one to now. No perceptible change in shape or slipperiness due to wear, after one month..
Surface: different to the other kinds of non-slip found on other mice, but does its job. I don't recall ever having slipped my hand in this month.
Cable: the outer layer looks like and feels like nylon or some other kind of fibre which can be hold force. Feels very durable. Only problem is that its surface is rough and sometimes catches the edge of my mouse pad.
Buttons: Side button 11 is quite stiff. (requires about 4 times as much force to activate, compared to other side buttons) All other buttons click well. The side buttons are slightly angled so gripping the mouse tightly is unlikely to activate them by mistake, but if you angle the direction of push then not a lot of force is needed to activate the button.
Driver: macros you record yourself have a long delay when activated (about 1.5 seconds), making them unusable in games; standard actions (left click, right click etc) and built-in macros (triple click, Ctrl, Shift etc) have no detectable delay. Package comes with a small CD with driver software; it is also available from the official website.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I've had this mouse now for 4 months, using it for basic PC stuff as well as gaming (mostly Guild Wars 2) and I have to say I'm still in love with it. Read morePublished 12 days ago by Bellatrixa
Poor build quality, no good for FPS games, but OK for MMORPGs.Published 12 days ago by Amazon Customer
i have had this for 1 and a bit years now and i must say its good. nice feel and looks and long lasting.Published 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
Late reviewing but has been great so far! Other half says it is very comfortable and no issues :)Published 2 months ago by Amazon Customer