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Nixeus Revel Gaming Mouse PMW 3360 for Windows & Mac OS, Rubberized Black

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Brand Nixeus
Color Rubberized Black
Connectivity Technology USB
Movement Detection Technology Optical
Number of Buttons 6

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  • Optical Sensor: PixArt PMW3360
  • DPI Settings: 400/800/1200/1600/2000/3200/5000/12000
  • Programmable Buttons: 5
  • Operating System: Windows XP/Vista/7/8/10 & Mac OS
  • Warranty: 1 Year Limited Warranty by Nixeus. No mouse pad required

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    Product Description

    Designed with feedback from enthusiasts - the Nixeus Revel Gaming Mouse is the world's first gaming mouse with a Pixart PWM 3360 Optical Sensor and 8 preset DPI settings. It's durable lightweight design and enthusiasts grade features allow for competitive PC gamers to perform more consistent and longer at their highest levels.

    Enthusiasts Grade Components & Features:

    PixArt 3360 Optical Sensor - At the heart of the Nixeus Revel Gaming Mouse is the world's newest and most advance optical gaming mouse sensor. The PixArt 3360 Sensor is the most trusted and in demand by enthusiasts enabling the Nixeus Revel Mouse to have zero hardware acceleration, flawless 1:1 tracking accuracy and ability to accurately track on multiple surface types.

    Omron Switches - The left and right mouse buttons integrate durable Omron switches that lasts up to 20 million clicks.

    Designed for eSports Professionals, Enthusiasts and Competitive Gamers:

    Light Weight Design - Similar to pro athletes requiring durable lightweight equipment to be able to perform consistently at an elite level - professional and competitive Gamers also need reliable lightweight gaming mice due to the fact that they may make hundreds to thousands of mouse movements per gaming session. The Nixeus Revel Gaming Mouse's durable compact body weighs at just 85 grams to help minimize fatigue and improve consistency during competitive gaming sessions.

    Low Lift Off Distance - The Nixeus Revel Mouse is designed with a low lift off distance that stops tracking once the mouse is lifted a few millimeters (under 2.0 mm) off from its tracking surface to fully support PC gamers using low mouse sensitivity settings.

    8 DPI Settings - Preset DPI settings of 400, 800, 1200, 1600, 2000, 3200, 5000, 12000 allows you to instantly adjust mouse sensitivity on the fly for your gaming preferences without the need for additional software or drivers.

     

    Main Features:

    ·       Optical Sensor: PixArt PMW3360

    ·       DPI Settings: 400/800/1200/1600/2000/3200/5000/12000

    ·       Omron Switch Durability: 20 million clicks (Primary Left/Right Buttons)

    ·       USB Polling Rate: 1000Hz (1 ms)

    ·       Programmable Buttons: 5

    ·       Approximate Size: 125.7mm (4.95") x 67.5mm (2.66") x 39mm (1.54")

    ·       Approximate Weight: 85 grams (Without Cable)

    ·       USB Cable Length: 1.8 meters (6 feet)

    ·       Operating System: Windows XP/Vista/7/8/10 & Mac OS

    ·       Warranty: 1 Year Limited Warranty by Nixeus

     

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    Reviewed in the United States 🇺🇸 on February 27, 2018
    Color: Rubberized BlackVerified Purchase
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    3.0 out of 5 stars Review of Nixeus Revel along with 4 other mice
    Reviewed in the United States 🇺🇸 on February 27, 2018
    My DeathAdder 3G had been acting up on me for the past couple years and despite my attempts as resuscitating it (tried using compressed air on click switches as well as doing a 'scotch tape trick' on scroll wheel), the unit finally stopped working. My problems with this mouse at the end of its life were that 1) a click would sometimes register an additional click - making me accidentally open files when I wanted to just select them. This made dragging files around really frustating. 2) The scroll wheel would also randomly insert an upward scroll movement in the middle of a down scroll - which would make viewing webpages and documents a chore.

    My requirements for a new replacement were that 1) I wanted a mouse with good switches (preferably Omron) to avoid the double click problem. 2) A scroll wheel that would smoothly scroll and was of solid construction to not end up w/ the same scroll problem. 3) A mouse that could entirely turn off its LED lights as I have my desktop in my bedroom and prefer to have no external lights.

    I ended up trying several off of YT Rocket Ninja's Top 10 Mouse list. Although I do not game very much anymore, I figured a mouse that could survive the rigors of heavy gaming would be of higher quality than other office mice and would thus last longer and provide better feedback. Here are my thoughts on various mice that I tried and the Logitech G Pro which I finally ended up getting. (I tried each mouse for about a month to give me time to form a proper opinion.)

    [[ASIN:B00GU4F4OM Redragon M801 Mammoth]] - This mouse was the first candidate that I tried based off of Amazon's recommendation list. It had a really nicely textured mouse surface and the clicks were really crisp (Omron switches). The mouse was of a comfortable size for my hand and the cord was a nice braided one. It really was a quality piece and the price was by far the cheapest out of any of these other mice ($28). The software was also really light compared to the Razer Synapse software which seemed to want to update every 2 days. My main problem with this mouse was that you could only turn off the LED lighting to the wheel and dpi switches, and not the giant slash and side trim pieces. I did however find a YouTube tutorial that showed how you could unscrew the assembly through the weight compartment to pull the internal connector to disable the lights but did not want to go with the hassle). For people that don't care about the LED lights and/or on a budget, I would actually give this a 4* recommendation.

    [[ASIN:B01KUAMCV4 Logitech G403 Prodigy]] - The next mouse I tried was the G403 after discovering Rocket Ninja's YouTube page. This was his #1 selected mouse so it was a good next choice. I learned that having the distinctly separate mouse buttons from the chassis aided in the longevity of the click buttons (The DeathAdder 3G had the buttons integrated in the overall shell of the body). Unfortunately, I found the mouse wheel to be much looser than my original DeathAdder as well as the Red Dragon and decided to return this mouse and look for alternatives. (3.5*)

    [[ASIN:B01LXC1QL0 Razer DeathAdder Elite]] - I went with the DeathAdder Elite after my experience with the G403. Being a more expensive version of the original DeathAdder and also scoring high on the Rocket Ninja list, I thought that being done with this process and getting the updated version might be my final answer. The mouse was almost identical to the DeathAdder I had before with better mouse texture and lighter clicks. Unfortunately, it just felt like the old DeathAdder I had in nicer packaging. I strongly believe that in a few years, I would have ended up with the same problems as much current DeathAdder mouse. I also felt that it did not warrant the more expensive price point of $67. For a $40 mouse, it would be okay. For a $67 mouse, it felt cheap. And with mixed reviews and Razer's reputation of having products which do not last, I also ended up returning this. (3*)

    [[ASIN:B01HHGHCH8 Nixeus Revel]] - Next was the fairly inexpensive Nixeus Revel. It was the first software-less gaming mouse that I tried and it had several really high points and one serious low point. I found the product to be fairly sturdy, the buttons and mouse wheel were really good. This mouse was the first one thus far to not have an LED built into the wheel assembly itself and I felt this added to the build quality of the assembly (solid block of plastic vs hollowed out wheel w/ a light). The downsides: If you left the mouse alone and let the screensaver turn on, the mouse would also "fall asleep". Clicks would not be responsive, and the scrolling would automatically switch to the lowest DPI setting. I found that if I switched DPIs, all these symptoms would be alleviated - but again, it was a really weird problem to have. Other reviewers noticed the same. Also, LED lights could not be turned off. (3*)

    [[ASIN:B01JPOLLTK Logitech G Pro]] - Lastly, I arrived at this mouse. It had good build quality with the Omron switches and even came with a braided cord. It also had the separate buttons from main mouse body and a non lit mouse wheel. LEDs were also programmable to be completely turned off. I feel that this mouse really met all my mousing requirements and should definitely be on your short list as well. (5*)
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    Reviewed in the United States 🇺🇸 on October 23, 2017
    Color: Rubberized BlackVerified Purchase

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    Christopher R.
    5.0 out of 5 stars Great lightweight gaming mouse with excellent sensor
    Reviewed in the United Kingdom 🇬🇧 on November 26, 2016
    Color: Rubberized BlackVerified Purchase
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    Shrek
    5.0 out of 5 stars Never used a "Sensei" shape before today and I'm glad this is the first one I've tried
    Reviewed in the United Kingdom 🇬🇧 on November 16, 2016
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    Shrek
    5.0 out of 5 stars Never used a "Sensei" shape before today and I'm glad this is the first one I've tried
    Reviewed in the United Kingdom 🇬🇧 on November 16, 2016
    Got my Glossy White Revel today so I flashed the latest beta firmware from the Overclock.net forums: [...] (the removal of sleep mode, removal of smoothing & additional polling rate features is included in the Beta firmware ver10-20-2016) and here are my thoughts:

    Never used a "Sensei" shape before today and I'm glad this is the first one I've tried. This shape fits me like nothing else I've tried before (FK1, EC1/2-A, G303, G400s, G Pro, G403, Mionix Castor).

    I didn't realise just how much grip I was missing using soft textured mice all this time. The G Pro felt like a soap bar by comparison; this mouse sticks to my hand like glue. I wouldn't call my hands the sweaty type at all, somewhere in between, dry at first then a small amount of clammy but that only makes the mouse's stickiness even stronger. I imagine there is a "sweaty hands threshold" that I don't exceed even during a gaming session that many other people do which are the type of hands that don't play nice with Zowie mice etc. The slight \__/ shape on the sides really helps with lifting as well; comparing it to the G403 where the sides were more like /__\ which just made it really irritating to pick up unless I had some sweat generated and the G Pro (__) shape with the textured plastic was just as bad for me.

    I actually love that the buttons are a little harder to press, particularly coming from the latest Logitech offerings (G303/G403/G Pro) having hair trigger buttons where I had to literally lift my fingers off the buttons when doing a larger swiping motion to do a 180 (40cm/360) or something. It is more akin to the Zowie mice clicks (which I actually adore for playing FPS like Overwatch).

    Build quality is superb for such a cheap mouse, I haven't got any rattles, sticky mouse buttons etc. I don't really care about the loudness of the clicks or how hollow it sounds since I use headphones when I play and I'll gladly pay that price for the light weight.

    The rubber cord is really nice too - I hate braided cables. Doesn't drag on my mouse pad or feel like it's affecting any movements.

    Love that Nixeus is communicating with us, giving us updated firmware (beta for now but will be released to their website once the beta phase is complete) and the spare mouse feet really helped as well since I use a cloth pad (GTF-X).

    I am completely in love with it. The only thing I could think of would be maybe give us some standalone software to tweak the mouse once and leave it alone like Mionix's software since I don't really use any other CPI steps other than 800 and I'm not really a fan of LED lighting, but I guess it serves a purpose currently with the CPI switching.

    As I was writing this review Peter Nixeus posted on the Overclock.net forums: [...] WE GETTIN' SOFTWARE! There will be polling rate options, LED lighting options, custom CPI/DPI options, etc.

    My hand measurements: 19cm long, 10cm wide (including thumb), palm grip, but this mouse should allow for anything really. I can claw or fingertip it too.

    Edit: Regarding the mushy buttons - there is a way to fix it but you'll need to open the mouse and use some tape.

    I opened it up and put two pieces of tape under the plungers for all the buttons (apart from the middle mouse + dpi switch button). Now there's no pre-travel for me. It even worked for the side buttons, but those required an extra piece of tape to get rid of the pre-travel.

    I first put 3 pieces of tape layered on top of one another and reassembled the mouse - if it wouldn't click I removed one layer, if it clicked, I added another. I then repeated this process until the buttons are nice and no longer mushy with any pre-travel (albeit still hard to click due ot the shape of the shell which is what I wanted in a mouse after the recent logitech mice being so easy to accidentally click).

    (pics of internal locations of black tape attached.)
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    Keas
    5.0 out of 5 stars Perfect shape, Sensei shape with a decent pwm3366/0 sensore
    Reviewed in the United Kingdom 🇬🇧 on August 18, 2016
    Color: Rubberized BlackVerified Purchase
    Django
    5.0 out of 5 stars Best buy for a budget gaming mouse.
    Reviewed in the United Kingdom 🇬🇧 on September 24, 2016
    JoshTechBytes (YouTube)
    5.0 out of 5 stars Excellent Performance | Cheap Price
    Reviewed in the United Kingdom 🇬🇧 on July 9, 2017
    Color: Rubberized BlackVerified Purchase
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    JoshTechBytes (YouTube)
    5.0 out of 5 stars Excellent Performance | Cheap Price
    Reviewed in the United Kingdom 🇬🇧 on July 9, 2017
    The Nixeus Revel has side buttons on the left side of the mouse, though the shape is ambidextrous in design, and so there is no reason it couldn’t be used by left handed users. Though of course you won’t have easy access to the side buttons.

    Pros…
    - Excellent optical sensor (3360)
    - 20m Omrons
    - No sensor rattle
    - Ambidextrous shape (side buttons on left side)
    - Small-Medium hands (palm/claw), Large hands (claw/fingertip)
    - Weighs roughly 85g without the cable
    - Programmable buttons
    - DPI Button
    - Multi colour lighting (though not quite RGB)
    - Plug and play (Software is optional)

    Cons…
    - Rubber cable is very flimsy (gets caught on things – bungie will help a little)
    - Mouse1/Mouse2 feel weird when pressed at the edges of the buttons
    - Can’t change LOD

    This mouse has excellent performance, and where I live, it is currently the cheapest mouse with a 3360 sensor. It also has 20m Omron switches, which is a nice touch – it’s just a shame that the implementation feels a little weird.

    If you would like to see a more in-depth video review, search YouTube for “JoshTechBytes Nixeus Revel Review”.

    I have included some pictures from multiple angles, as well as a shot with my other mice for comparison.
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