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Redragon Lavawolf 6400DPI Gaming Mouse - Black
- R 468
The Unique Redragon LAVAWOLF 6400DPI Gaming Mouse, with sand rubber skin coating includes features such as multicolour adjustable backlight, backlit scroll wheel and a MODE button for switching profiles. The Perfect gaming mouse for gamers in demand.
- The cartridge clip for 8 removable lead weights (of 2.5 g each) is placed on the bottom of the mouse
- The user can adjust the weight of the mouse to his taste or even shift the center of gravity by placing the lead weights accordingly
- Long braided cord of 1.8 m absolutely endures 10 000 flexes and the continuous load of 10 kg
- The set of extra teflon feet is included into the package so the user can replace the old feet when they wear off
- 3 customizable thumb buttons allow to adjust mouse for its user’s needs
- Avago ADNS 9800 sensor is one of the best sensors for gaming mice
- It allows to adjust the resolution from 50 to 16400 DPI with 50 DPI increments so the user is allowed to customize the level perfectly to his needs and to the game resolution
- The sensor provides high speed (up to 3.8 ms) on any surface. It takes 12 000 shots of the surface per second (12 000 FPS), which allows to move the mouse with acceleration up to 30 G (294 m/s2)
- Cursor speed can be adjusted on any mouse keys. 5 DPI levels are supported and each level can be customized accurately to your needs
- Different cursor speed can be adjusted for right-left and up-down movements
- The user can create the mode and store to the mouse memory its settings for convenient control in a favourite game. The modes are switched by the MODE button on the bottom of the mouse
- The backlight colour can be setted for each mode
Great budget gaming mouse
janco M onReviewed by
6400dpi of pure uselessness
Reviewed by fractious on
Recently I've had some quality issues with Logitech, Steelseries and a few other big brand mice, so I decided to just grab one of these to test if it would be a suitable replacement - it really isn't suitable to be called a mouse (let alone a gaming mouse) as it's 100% unusable as a simple pointing device.
The main problem with the mouse is that when I lift it off the surface and put it back down, the mouse pointer will randomly jump about half a screen to the left/right - even if I just lift it a fraction off the surface. The mouse is quite light and thin, and the way I use it I seem to lift it slightly every few seconds, which results in the single most unusable mouse experience I have ever had.
The side buttons are also placed in the only place your thumb can go when holding the mouse naturally, which means whenever you grip it slightly, you're bound to press one of those buttons by accident.
I will never buy another Redragon product again - big brand mice may have quality issues, but while they work they are generally a pleasure to use. Low cost sometimes means cheap.
Save yourself some frustration and get a mouse from literally any other brand.