aLLreLi X100 Laser Gaming Mouse w/ 6 Adjustable DPI (800/1200/2000/3200/5000/7200), 6 Programmable Buttons, Adjustable LED Backlight for Gamers & Office
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- AS SENSITIVE AS YOU NEED With six DPI resolution settings (800-1200-2000-3200-5000-7200) this wired mouse will give you the sensitivity level you need for top performance in any game
- ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY Our gaming mouse is equipped with an AVAGO3310 laser engine that is able to detect your movements with ease
- COLOR-CODED LIGHTING The programmable gaming mouse includes six lights that match the DPI settings, making setting the sensitivity simple. You can choose which light matches which and adjust other aspects of the light performance
- FULLY PROGRAMMABLE GAMING MOUSE With the included profile and macro editor software, you can map the buttons included in the design to work with your favorite games for faster responses in all types of scenarios
- TOP PERFORMANCE Our wired mouse has a 1000Hz Report Rate and a tracking speed: 60 inch/sec, 20G acceleration with full speed transmission when connecting with a USB 2.0/3.0 port
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Isn't it a pain having to take the time to adjust to a new gaming mouse? You might have thought about upgrading to a high tech laser mouse to enhance game play, but the thoughts of having to adapt might be a big turn off.
But it doesn't have to be that way!
We designed the aLLreLi X100 Programmable Wired USB Laser Gaming Mouse to adapt to you, not the other way around, giving you the gaming experience you want and deserve.
When we say that the aLLreLi X100 Programmable Wired USB Laser Gaming Mouse is a programmable gaming mouse, we really mean it. Our wired mouse can be adjusted in many different ways, giving you a gaming mouse that seems as if it were built to your exact specifications.
Very easy to program and use, the aLLreLi X100 Programmable Wired USB Laser Gaming Mouse has six DPI settings, so you can choose from 800-1200-2000-3200-5000-7200 sensitivity modes. The on board AVAGO3310 laser engine ensures optimal performance with any of the settings.
As you set the aLLreLi X100 Programmable Wired USB Laser Gaming Mouse, the wired mouse shines with different breathing lights. There are six colors in all: one to correspond to each DPI level. You can set which color goes with which yourself, making it easy to tell where your mouse is set at all times.
In addition to adjusting the light and resolution, the aLLreLi X100 Programmable Wired USB Laser Gaming Mouse allows you to customize its buttons. With the laser mouse, you'll receive a software program with a profile and macro editor for creating different button maps for all of your favorite games.
With a USB 2.0/3.0 port, the aLLreLi X100 Programmable Wired USB Laser Gaming Mouse provides lightning fast full speed transmission with a report rate of 1000 hertz and a tracking speed of 60 inches per second with 20G acceleration. It will have you moving faster and more precisely than ever before!
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However, programming appears difficult, if you don't want to use the default offerings. I wanted to assign a double-click to the third button, but can't yet work out how. I thought that assigning the "Enter" key would do the trick, but no. I easily assigned buttons 4 and 5 to Ctrl-C and Ctrl-V as I wanted: maybe the e-mail to customer support may provide the answer.
Updated: no response from the supplier.
This mouse arrived quickly and securely packaged. The box included specifications of the mouse and inside were the mouse, a disk and an instruction manual which was very helpful. The feeling of this mouse was outstanding, extremely lightweight and had was very comfortable in hand, the mouse wasn't too technical and didn't have many buttons but still look and worked amazingly premium. The mouse has a silky, matte feel which I liked as it's not rough. The clicking was very responsive, and the scroll wheel was very smooth. Using this, it can be adjusted with an app which can be downloaded online that controls what part of the mouse does, The DPI can also be changed, and the mouse also has six different LED colours which look beautiful.
•Feels Expensive and Premium
•Very Responsive To Movements
•Very Simple and Not Too Technical
In conclusion, this mouse is fantastic, and I highly recommend this to anyone looking for an inexpensive, high-quality mouse. One of the best mouse I have purchased and definitely beats other over priced mouses.
The overall profile of the x100 is fairly slim and fits comfortably in my hands, unlike other mice my pinkie finger and a place to stay and isn’t just hanging off the edge of the mouse which is nice.
Theres also a rubber material used on both sides of the mouse for grip underneath the side buttons, talking about side buttons, they are really well build and feel great as well. They have a really nice tactile click and are used as back and forward buttons on the mouse but you can bind them to whatever you want in most games.
All in all, I really do like this mouse and it can go well with any setup no matter the colour.
This great quality Laser gaming mouse is probably one of the most impressive I have bought my boys.
Super sensitive which is great for gaming and has 6 programmable buttons.
Comfortable shape that will help ease hands and wrists.
It looks really cool when plugged in and being used as it lights up and really looks the business.
My son is going to love this, it's much more better than any others I have bought him.
I bought this after using a discount code from the seller.
This is my honest and unbiased opinion.
First Impressions: Hmmm the box isn’t anything too fancy, curious that the front pic doesn’t show the cable sticking out, why do mice product images often do that? Anyway opening it up and we have the mouse in bubble wrap, a little CD with drivers and some bits of plastic. Errr, oh I get what they are, they are replacement feet for the mouse. Oh that’s kinda a nice additions I think, though I’d bet most normal folk will have lost them long before they need them. Nice though you get them and it’s not their fault if you lose them.
Plugging it in I notice that the cable is a pretty sturdy thing. The cable has still got the kinks where it was folded in the box. Hmmm I could see if that cable bumps into things it would impede movement which is why I normally go with wireless. Though it’s not the first time mid instance where the batteries have died. Which may or may not be how I broke my old mouse trying to remove batteries one handed while controlling movements as best I could with the WASD keys. (Note, bashing mouse into desk to knock out batteries may reduce the lifespan of said mouse considerably.) Once it’s plugged in the thing lights up and whoa, the pointer flies over the screen. Ahh I had the windows mouse sensitivity settings up at full. Turning those right down we now get some more realistic movement. Ahhh, and hitting the DPI button changes the movement rate and the colour. Cool. I sense that may be getting some customising so the colour I like has the movement speed I like.
In The Hand: Having been using the thing for a few weeks now, I’ve really gotten used to it. While I may like it more if it was a bit bigger but the curve fits my hand nicely. The front and back buttons are perfectly placed for my thumb and mostly my mouse use is as it should be. I do it without thinking. Now I’m not super wild about the location of the DPI button because a few times I’ve pressed it by accident. Not that it happened often or was a big issue but it happened. Also something of note is that in the morning first thing, ooooh that metal bit is cold in your hand. It warms quickly but oooh it’s nippy on a winter’s morn. The wheel I rather liked, with its ribbed for err, your pleasure, surface. It seems I have greasy fingers, it always had nice grip and traction, with its indented rotation. I’m fussy about mice shapes and it was nice. Not perfect, a bit bigger and a bit sloped for right handed use would have been nicer but I was never unhappy using it.
Control: The DPI settings and the windows mouse sensitivity controls should be used in unison to customise what is best for you. For me I played until the blue light option was as sensitive as I liked. So sue me, my most pressing concern was picking the most pretty colour option :-) actually I quite liked them all. Anyway, yes the controls, movement was always precise and accurate. Clicks were easily noticeable. Not to firm, not too soft with a nice tactile click. The wheel had a tactile scroll too. Really everything was what it ought to be. No issues.
Software: So yeah, the mouse comes with not just a driver but its own little control software. While it is in no way required for the mouse to work, if you want to fine tune things you do. For example you can remap all the buttons if you want. Change all the DPI settings, change the light settings. Change it from breathing to constant, whatever works for you best. You can set up your own macros too if you want and even change the report data rate, god know why you’d want to but you can. So yeah, mostly I wanted the option to play around with the lighting controls. I may not exactly be the world’s most hard-core gamer. Hey, my nephew though the lighting up was super cool. The only issue I have is this, why can’t I set the colour to random or colour cycling? I’m very much hoping aLLreLi make an update that’ll do that for you but given its tied to the DPI settings I doubt it’ll happen. However the software controls are all easy, obvious and work nicely. Can’t fault anything.
Aesthetics: So the mouse looks nice. I like the lighting effects, so much so I feel like I need a matching keyboard now. The mouse with its all matte black plastic leeks great. Though it does mean the points where my greasy fingers sit on the mouse buttons stand out. I cleaned a few times then realised it was a losing battle. Now the only thing that visually I don’t get is the cable. The black and red. To me that meant I feel like I should have the mouse light up red but I like blue better. Thus I feel like the cable should have been just all black. It’s the same with the box and the control software, it’s all red highlighted. Also what’s odd is the box says it has 4 selectable colours but its 6. Though I guess the blue and the turquoise are pretty similar and the red and purple are a bit too.
Performance: So I know gamers are supper fussy about mice, Halo players need those headshots, I get that. Okay so yeh, the mouse performed very well. I don’t think it made me a better gamer, or by which I mean a less bad gamer, it all worked. Certainly over my wireless mouse there was never any of those little lags and jumps when the thing has gone to sleep or when the phone near it hammering the Wi-Fi and cause the mouse the stutter. So yes it was better, wired always does work better. While I can’t say that this mouse is going to turn you into a gaming superstar, I’m pretty sure if you aren’t and you have this mouse, you can’t really blame the mouse.
Value: Looking on Amazon I see it has £24 marked down from £80. Yeah I don’t think this was ever sold at £80 but for £24 it seems a pretty solid buy. You get a mouse that fits my hand nicely, buttons all click nicely, I like the wheel scrolling and you get the controls offered by the DPI playing with and the colour options that come with it. £24 seems like a pretty good bargain to me.
Conclusion: A mouse is a mouse, so while this is a “gaming” mouse, to me that mostly means it looks aggressive and has fancy lights. Sure you can do all the DPI and change the report rates, which can go as a high as a thousand times a second. Yeah my hand doesn’t quite move fast enough to be requiring polling its position a thousand times a second but hey. If you are some hard core gamer type who wants that level of controls then the X100 gives it to you. Me, I mostly like the pretty lights.
So would I / should you buys one. Hmm I’m not sure, I still love wireless but I can’t deny there are benefits to wired and I do like the lights. I also really like the controls for them, I ended up setting the DPI I liked and making all the colours set to that DPI. So the DPI button just became a light control. Yey for pretty lights!!! I suspect my former mouse may be due for retirement. You? Well you can get cheaper mice, you can get mice without all the DPI settings and stuff, for your office computer, this may be overkill. The lights especially but…… for its gaming talents and customisability it’s very cheap. Compared to more mainstream brands that let you contral the data polling rate the X100 seems a bit of a steal to me. A good solid, mouse with great software control options for all your gaming and lighting needs.
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5 star except: a) The illumination brightness of the scroll wheel which can't be reduced satisfactorily and is so bright it looks like it has been...Read more