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This review is from: E-3lue E-Blue Mazer II 2500 DPI Blue LED 2.4GHz Wireless Optical Gaming Mouse (Personal Computers)
To start off, I would like to say that this thing is SICK! I am by no means a mouse expert, but I have used Razer's Naga Epic as well as a Tt Esports Theron (both about $100 or more), and the Mazer gets right up there with them at a fraction of the cost. In terms of functionality, everything on the mouse has a frighteningly fast response time, even though it is wireless. The dpi settings are simple and easy to change, and all the features (clicking, scrolling, moving) react sharply. It is a little bit of a larger mouse; that is, far longer and more stable than say a little HP wireless mouse. It fits very well into my hand, and tracks extremely smoothly on nearly all surfaces. The USB receiver required no additional software, it just installed itself very quickly and I was ready to rock and roll. Now, you're probably wondering about the glow. It's easy to notice during the day, and looks completely wicked at night. Very well built, so as to not blind you but still looks great. It has a nice weight and design to it, and I believe all the buttons can be macroed, but I'm not sure. Very well built, and doesn't feel cheap or flimsy at all. All in all, if you want a little extra DPI (2500) and like one glow color, nothing will EVER beat this price for quality.
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Initial post: Oct 22, 2013 11:55:18 AM PDT
Wondering if you can help. My son just received this mouse and he doesn't know how to get it to work. There was just the mouse itself in the package. Was there supposed to be something else with it? Not sure how the mouse is supposed to recognize his computer. Appreciate any help you may have.
In reply to an earlier post on Oct 22, 2013 2:17:52 PM PDT
There should be a very small USB adapter that came with it, along with batteries. The adapter makes it functional, so if he's missing that it would be a good idea to contact the manufacturer.
Posted on Jun 20, 2014 5:50:00 PM PDT
Last edited by the author on Jun 20, 2014 5:51:06 PM PDT
William Dyer says:
I believe I read that it (the little USB plug) is stored in the mouse itself probably near the battery storage, remove the access plate to the batteries and you should see it. I do not yet have this mouse but on the one I have, also wireless, that is where it is kept. hope this helps.
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