|Item model number||6950376702357|
|Operating System||Windows 10|
|Item Weight||8.5 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||2.83 x 4.84 x 1.54 inches|
|Item Dimensions L x W x H||2.83 x 4.84 x 1.54 inches|
|Color||Black Wired Mouse|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Date First Available||January 12, 2014|
Redragon M601 RGB Gaming Mouse Backlit Wired Ergonomic 7 Button Programmable Mouse Centrophorus with Macro Recording & Weight Tuning Set 7200 DPI for Windows PC (Black)
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- WIRED GAMING MOUSE WITH SIDE BUTTONS; The Redragon M601 RGB “Centrophorus” is a durable gaming Mouse which delivers up to 7200 DPI (user adjustable 800/1200/1600/2400/7200 DPI) and 4000 FPS. The High-Precision Sensor delivers Pinpoint Accuracy while Micro Switches ensure longevity, greater durability and extreme responsiveness during PC Gaming or Computer editing work
- RGB BACKLIT PROGRAMMABLE PC GAMING MOUSE; with 11 Lighting Effects (Backlight can be disabled), 6 user programmable buttons, 2 Side Buttons, 3 Memory Profiles with Macro Recording, The Redragon M601 RGB Gaming Mouse offers you many personalization options for your Gaming Computer or Gaming Laptop
- ERGONOMIC GAMER MOUSE; Delivering an extremely comfortable and precise experience for Computer Games such as Fortnite Games, SIMS 4, Fallout 4, World of Warcraft, PUGB, Overwatch, Call of Duty or another First-Person Shooter. The ergonomic shape of the Redragon M601 RGB Gaming Mouse offers comfort, fits naturally in your hand while the buttons are tuned to reduce click fatigue
- HIGH-END PC MMO GAMING MOUSE FEATURES; The Redragon M601 RGB Mouse features; Weight Tuning Set, Anti-Skid Scroll Wheel, Durable smooth TEFLON feet pads for ultimate gaming control. 6 programmable buttons. Total 7 buttons. Comes with 6 foot, 3mm strong high-speed braided fiber cable and a gold-plated corrosion free USB connector for a reliable connection
- PC GAMING MOUSE COMPATIBILITY: Windows 10, Windows 8, Windows 7, Windows Vista, or Windows XP, Limited Mac OS support Works well with all major Gaming Computers Brands and Gaming Laptops MSI, Dell, Corsair, Alienware, Razer, Xbox One, Asus and others
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The second major caveat, really more of a defect since I'm clearly not the only one with this problem, is that the silicone covering on the scroll wheel gets separated from the plastic underneath, resulting in a slipping scroll wheel which is incredibly irritating. However, this problem is pretty easy to fix. Here's how: First, remove the screws underneath the larger slippy pads on the bottom of the mouse. Once you remove these screws, you can separate the top and bottom of the mouse with a fingernail or flat head screwdriver, near where you removed the screws. Then fully separate the two parts by sliding the top half back and pulling up. Once you manage to do this, remove the top of the mouse entirely by removing the two cables on the right side of the bottom circuit board. These easily remove with a fingernail and a pull.
Now carefully pop the scroll wheel out of the bottom case, taking care not to damage the "axles" on either side. With the USB cord exit point away from you, pull up and to the right on the scroll wheel to remove it. Next remove the silicone/rubber covering from it. I then wrapped the scroll wheel in several layers of scotch/packing tape, cut to the exact width of the scroll wheel. This added enough thickness to the plastic scroll wheel to make the silicone covering not slip anymore.
Reassemble the mouse (take care to put the scroll wheel back in correctly - one side of it has a hexagonal axle, the other is round), and voila! You have a scroll wheel that doesn't slip anymore!
finally I figured the solution. I was plugging it into USB 2.0 but when I plugged it to a USB 3.0 port on the motherboard the stuttering went away.
I normally connect my keyboard and mouse to USB 2.0 because I want to save the USB 3.0 to more demanding peripherals but this mouse needed USB 3.0 on my machine. I'm just happy that I did not waste my money.
now that the problem is fixed the mouse is worth it.
UPDATE: 6 Months Later
The mouse still works for most part, but the left mouse button has a tendency to double click on it's own. This mouse was on my laptop and underwent light use (mostly turn based games, web browsing, and photoshop). It's a really nice mouse when it's new, but it doesn't seem to hold up well.
Within a day of purchasing the Redragon Centrophorus mouse, setting up the drivers and customizing some profiles, it started having serious connectivity issues. Sometimes, after booting up my PC, the mouse would begin to freeze, failing to register and and all inputs every couple of seconds. Sometimes disconnecting and reconnecting the mouse fixed it, other times I had to completely reinstall the drivers. It would also regularly fail to load my profiles, causing the sensitivity and DPI to be completely out of whack until I rebooted the computer (in cases where I was lucky enough for it to fix itself upon a restart).
This is one of the flakiest devices I've ever had the displeasure of dealing with, and I absolutely regret spending a single cent on it. The fact that it ships with software containing some glaring typos in the UI is a good indicator of the manufacturer's dedication to quality (or lack thereof). Maybe I'm just one of the unlucky ones, and this review isn't representative of the experience you'll have with it, but I'm seeing more than a few other ratings that detail similar issues which make the mouse a complete pain to use. Purchase at your own risk.
Give this mouse a shot, you wont be disappointed.
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I am reviewing this mouse almost 1 year after having bought it. I’ve used it extensively, for thousands of hours of intense online gaming as well as casual use.
Firstly, the brand is killing the competition. It may look like some cheap Chinese company, but the products they make offer serious competition to bigger brands. This is clearly visible in the M601. The packaging is great too. Don’t let the name fool you, this is a powerhouse of a name in gaming.
The mouse itself is extremely ergonomic. It offers a perfect fit for me, and is very comfortable for long hours, doesn’t lead to any wrist or finger straining. The positioning of the side buttons too is quite nice, and there’s no trouble reaching or feeling them. The textures of the whole mouse are great, with nice, grippy Button 1 and 2, a grooved scroll wheel, and hard plastic side Button 4 and 5. Under the scroll wheel is a button to change DPI settings, as well as small LED color. Light color of the bottom logo and the side is all red, and very nicely lit, but this small LED one is independent. Beware though, as LED color changes with DPI settings. This may be convenient for some, as you can remember settings easily by color. But it’s unaesthetic to have a red mouse with a small blue light. I always keep it on the red setting and change DPI settings through software, so you can do that as well if you prefer a total red aesthetic. Below the mouse is a small circular opening (slightly difficult to open) housing a set of weights. This in my opinion is very useful. I like heavy mice, hence keep all weights in. Without any weights, the mouse is decently light. This mouse is incredibly comfortable and designed well, but the small independent LED light is a bit annoying.
Quality-wise, this is top notch. The mouse is very sturdy, and can take a lot of hits. All the plastics are high quality, and the braided cable is impressive. Very long length and durability, you will never have to worry about it getting damaged due to bending. A lot of people have complained about the mouse freezing and such, but they probably have driver trouble or are not using a good surface for the mouse. I use a Redragon mousepad as well, and I suggest using a mousepad for this one, as the bottom surface can get stratched easily.
The mouse comes with 2 extra buttons on the side that are programmable through software, but don’t have any real need to be programmed. Honestly, I found the 5 buttons that the mouse has to be adequate in most gaming niches. Other than that, the mouse has nice LED lights that look great in the dark, and an adjustable weight via small weights in the bottom. There definitely are mice with better features, but features that come with the M601 will not be found in this price range.
Overall, this mouse is terrific in the price-range. To be clear, it is a basic gaming mouse, with almost no programmability. In terms of features, it is definitely lacking, but not for its price. It definitely beats all other competition, including base mice from brands like Steelseries and Razer, in terms of value for money at least.
If you’re in the market for a new basic gaming mouse, have only ₹1000 to spend and/or want a very long-lasting, and comfortable mouse, look no further.
TeckNet RAPTOR Gaming Mouse with 2,000 DPI, 6 Button, Extra weight, Non-programmable.
This was an alright starter, but the design lacked stability and it was loud and clunky. I have been using the Redragon M601 ever since with the TeckNet as a back-up. I am not a serious gamer so it does a great job. Compared to the TeckNet, it is an ergonomic step-up, with smoother movement and greater attention to detail with the design and a far smoother wheel.
The only issue I'd highlight is the super-sensitive movement sensor. There have been times where it has jumped in the middle of a gunfight when you need your mouse to be on point! However, since getting a large SteelSeries mousepad it has rarely done that.
Overall, a great starter mouse for the casual gamer giving very comfortable gaming experience.
Original review: I bought this for work because I had broken 4 of the cheap terrible ones they gave me in a year and I know gaming mice are built to last. Don't get me wrong it's a great mouse and I much prefer it to the other ones I was using and the functions are handy over a basic mouse but it took me a while for my hand to get used to it. I feel like it works best if you have a small hand or you're used to placing your hand over the mouse in a trident way with your 4th finger on the RMB. I'm used to the old peace hold so it took some getting used to.
Apart from that it's a great mouse, it has weight adjusting, the CMB toggle feels satisfying, the buttons are responsive and the left thumb buttons are really well placed too. When I've offered to change it back to the old one for people borrowing my pc they've told me that they prefer this one as it's more comfortable. Would recommend only if you can try the feel before you buy.
The red looks pretty awesome too.