|Series||MOUSE ZOWIE EC2 SMALL SIZE RIGHT HAND (9H.N26BB.A2E)*0654|
|Item model number||9H.N26BB.A2E|
|Operating System||Mac OS X 10.7 Lion, Linux, Windows 10|
|Item Weight||3.17 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||2.52 x 1.57 x 4.72 inches|
|Item Dimensions LxWxH||2.52 x 1.57 x 4.72 inches|
|Country of Origin||China|
|Date First Available||October 30, 2019|
BenQ Zowie EC2 Mouse for e-Sports
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|Special Feature||PC / Mac, PC Mouse, 2 Ways|
|Movement Detection Technology||Optical|
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- 3360 sensor
- Ergonomic design exclusively for right-handed users
- Perfect lift-off distance
- Plug and play (No driver needed)
- 400 / 800 / 1600 / 3200 DPI adjustment.Adjustable USB report rate 125 / 500 / 1000 Hz
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Ergonomic design exclusively for right-handed users. It offers users a bigger room for wrist movements. The shape of the right side of mouse is well rounded. It allows the user's fingertips to hold/cover the mouse to move smoothly. The updated EC series uses the 3360 sensor as well as the two large mouse feet design.
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My most prevalent mice have been cheap, basic optical/laser mice. My first gaming mouse was a Logitech G700 and my most recent office/ergonomic mouse was the Logitech MX Master.
The G700 aggravated me, massively, because my pinky would constantly trail along my mousemat. The MX Master resolved this, but had extremely poor latency.
All of these woes have been resolved by simply using the Zowie EC1. The ergonomic design is sublime (and somewhat borrowed from Microsoft). Zowie-BenQ have achieved something spectacular here by creating a Final Boss for all other mice to beat, but none have come close.
The Zowie EC1 mouse is, quintessentially, at the peak of ergonomics. It is absolutely perfect for anyone with, ‘Large’ hands.
Even if you’re not a gamer, this mouse is perfect for productivity. So don’t be dissuaded by it’s lauded gaming heritage.
I use this as my daily driver for work and play.
One of the best features is not even the handling of the mouse itself, but it’s distinct lack of drivers. There is no requirement for install OTT bloatware, just to adjust your DPI or program buttons. The parameters you need to adjust are literally at your finger tips.
Set the polling rate to 1000Hz and forget about it. Set the DPI to your requirements (mousemat size depending) and you’re away.
I bought a Corsair MM300 Medium and use an easy-going 800DPI for both my desktop and gaming these days; as opposed to the 1600DPI I was used to, previously.
For a sizing guide:
My hands are 210mm long and 235mm in circumference or 115mm-ish along knuckles (including thumb; squeezed in) in breadth.
My hands fill a size 9 (or Large) glove easily and I can wear a Size 10 (or XL) with a bit of wiggle room.
If that describes you, then do not hesitate to buy the EC1, right now.
The only con I could think of is the feedback of the current DPI setting: there is a LED under the mouse (above the DPI changer button) and the color of this LED tells you what is set. You need to read the manual to know which color means which setting. At the other side there is a button to change the refresh rate and there is a single LED for every setting so you don't need to read the manual to interpret this. I wish the DPI setting feedback would be similar.
My biggest issue with the EC1 is the material, the build quality is of a high standard, the weight is perfect, and so is the size. Despite this, the mouse has never felt great to use.
My sole, and major gripe, is the coating used on the body of the mouse. I'm someone with fairly oily/ clammy hands and find that very quickly the surface becomes uncomfortable and difficult to keep a tight grip. This is an issue I have never encountered across a variety of other brands. The lack of a rubber grip on the side, standard with most other mice, has made me never feel like I'm in full control, both moving my cursor on the web, and when gaming.
The build quality of this mouse is unparalleled, however, it just wasn't the right one for me.