|Item model number||EL-18220|
|Hardware Platform||PC, Mac|
|Item Weight||3.98 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||2.63 x 5.5 x 1.8 inches|
|Item Dimensions LxWxH||2.63 x 5.5 x 1.8 inches|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Date First Available||June 21, 2018|
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This isn't the absolute fastest mouse in the market as it maxes out at 4800 dpi, but it doesn't cost $40 either. Speed adjustment can be done in real time using the speed adjustment buttons located behind the scroll wheel or through the software (to be discussed later). Although I rarely use anything above 1200 dpi myself, I found the real time speed adjustment to be handy and convenient. I found all of the buttons and scroll wheel to be placed conveniently and suitably responsive, which is fairly important. Additionally, I found pointer accuracy (also programmable through the software) to be pretty solid, which is important for me as I do quite a lot of CAD design work.
As is noted in the product description, all of the buttons are programmable, but one must have the software to do it. However, the manufacturer does not provide the software in the package, which I found a bit odd and more than a little inconvenient. Rather, one must go to the seller to get a download link, which I had to find at the very end of the seller's detailed product description. Why this couldn't have been included in the packaging is beyond me, but there it is.
So, about the software. After finally downloading the software from the aforementioned link, I began the installation process, and, of course, there was a caveat. All of the installation dialogues are in Chinese, which as one may imagine, was a little vexing for someone who does not speak (or read) Chinese. So, when navigating the installation, one is forced to make educated guesses about which button to push. This is a fairly serious issue. Most international developers offer multilingual dialogues for their varied users, so I was rather puzzled by these only being in Chinese. That being said the software was eventually installed, but then I discovered all of the shortcuts and start menu locations were in Chinese as well. This resulted in me having to manually rename files and folder, as well editing the StartMenu folder in Windows so I could actually read these in English (another serious issue).
The actual software interface (once it is initialized) defaults to English, curiously enough, so after the harrowing ordeal of installation, at least programming the mouse features wasn't a total nightmare. As advertised, every button can be programmed, and the mouse can be set with up to five different configurations, should one have such a need. The speed resolution levels are even programmable, so when stepping through the various level on the mouse itself, one has full control of that aspect as well. Furthermore, in the LED settings, on can control the breathing rate of the LED cycles, select a single color (pink, red, purple, or blue), or turn them off altogether.
In summary, this gaming mouse offers an impressive suite of features for the price point and is fully customizable for even the most discerning of users. I can't speak to the endurance of the device, as I have had it for only a couple of days, but it's construction seems solid enough. The software, however, needs some work in terms of installation and OS integration, but that aside this is a solid mouse that will provide a satisfying experience for most.
For the price it's a great value. It's not only comfortable but precise and accurate and DPI controls right on the mouse saves time from going into the settings of games and manually changing the sensitivity.
* Looks cool
* Good size and weight (for me, but I have big hands)
* Dirt cheap
* I cannot impress upon you hard enough how utterly garbage the software is. It's laggy, missing features it really should have (can't set a specific color on the LEDs? Can't set arbitrary values on the DPS scale? WTF?) tends to hang or outright crash, and comes in a *really* sketchy download.
* SCROLL WHEEL STOPPED WORKING after only a few months! It will sometimes scroll in the desired direction, but the speed could be anything from barely moving to leaping down/up. Often it will instead shudder up and down instead of moving in one direction, and sometimes it just straight up scrolls backwards or doesn't move at all. Completely unusable for things like web browsing, much less gaming!