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Perixx MX-1000 Copper, Programmable Gaming Mouse - 7 Programmable Button & 5 User Profile - Avago A3050 Optical Sensor - DPI Switch 500-4000 - Compatible with Win 10
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- Metallic Copper Design with Rubber Painting Surface - Net Weight: 5.18 Oz (147g) - Omron Micro Switches
- Gold-plated USB Connector - 5.9ft (1.8m) Braided Fiber Cable
- On-the-fly 4 Level Adjustable DPI Switch 500-4000
- Onboard Memory with 7 Programmable Buttons and 5 User Profile - Ultra Pooling 1000Hz
- High Precision Avago A-3050 Optical Sensor - 160ips with 23G Acceleration
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MX-1000 Customizable controls right where you need them. Programmable profiles and lighting for easier gameplay. Simple setup. It all adds up to your perfect first gaming mouse that helps you cast heals faster, tank bosses better and make your damage rotation more efficient than ever. 7 programmable controls Don't let hard-to-reach key combinations slow you down. Move keyboard commands to mouse buttons so you can perform actions faster and easier.
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My thoughts: I palm the mouse, and it fits well. I just wish they contoured it with a bit more curve to the left. I'm not quite too sure how to claw it since the back is raised a bit high and you inadvertently end up palming it a bit.
I bought the Anker High Precision Laser Gaming Mouse with 8000 DPI (it's also on Amazon for about the same price as this mouse). If you were in my position and trying to decide between the two, both are superb mice and they have very very minor pro/cons but you can't go wrong with either of them. The Anker mouse is smaller and easier to claw, but still great for palming. Both mice have a bit stiff of a middle mouse click. Both mice are the same somewhat in design (the plastic running down the edges, where the rubber grips are... the kind of rubber grips used and the mouse wheel, the mouse wheel looks exactly the same apart from the Anker's is lit). Even the software feels the same to me (it looks different, but you have the same tabs, the same features, the same bugs (the DPI reset), the same sort of color pallet to choose color). I actually think both mice were based off of a common ancestor or they were designed off one another due to the many similarities underlying them both.
Quick pro/cons of the Anker vs the Perixx:
Anker has better button placement for the thumb, but the buttons below the middle mouse weren't so great in position
Perixx has more buttons, but the lower thumb button sometimes doesn't seem to register
The Perixx's macro feature has less stuff than the Anker. The Anker you can basically do... anything. The Perixx is limited mainly in you can't include mouse clicks, and you can only program button clicks.
The Perixx has a nicer weight holder case (metal vs the Anker's plastic case) but it's a minor thing if you ask me
If you're curious, I had to return the Anker mouse after 10 days since it started acting sluggish (cursor input was delayed by about 0.5 seconds) and their customer service was awesome in getting me a refund. I think if I were to buy one or the other all over again, I may go with the Anker for the excellent thumb buttons. But they're both great mice.
+Easy DPI changer
+Thick cable.. a bit too thick and stiff.
+Partially quality plastic.
+Comes with extra padding in case yours gets ruined.
-LEDs are cheap, and so is the plastic.
-Quality control is not on point, can to snap back in the metallic component and the spacing between the clicking plastic is uneven.
-The program to customize it is a joke.
-The DPI buttons are also a joke, cheap and I somehow always end up clicking them unnoticed. Absolutely something that is not tolerated when I play games.
-DPI isn't high, only reaches 2.5k and I'm sure you can get something higher if you buy another mouse.
-Scroll wheel is not smooth and a bit too heavy.
-Easy to accidentally pg forward/backward. aka If you rest your thumb have fun rewriting a review.
+/- Thick cable is a pain to control, and not easy to straighten.
+/- A bit large for my hand, make sure to read the specifications. Same size as a Logitech m510.
=Would have bought a logitech if I was able to test these out beforehand.
=^ Getting one whenever I am able to.
That was until the glue on the pads started melting and leaking through them. The pads on the sides.. It's not even hot in my house, but every time I use it, my thumb and pinky would get all sticky. This is after 2 months of use!
I contacted them to try and get a replacement, but their warranty process is such a pain. For such a cheap product, you'd think they go "email us a pic and we'll send you a replacement" like so many other companies, but they have a long, annoying form to fill out just to get someone to look at your problem!
Oh, and it's worth mentioning that you can program the DPI adjustment buttons as well as the forward and back ones on the side to do various things other than that. It doesn't HAVE to do what it's intended to, which is great.
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