|Item model number||M650|
|Item Weight||6.4 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||4.5 x 2.7 x 1.5 inches|
|Item Dimensions L x W x H||4.45 x 2.72 x 1.46 inches|
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Redragon M650 2.4GHz Wireless Gaming Mouse (1000/1500/2000 DPI), Nano USB Receiver, Avago Energy Efficient Infrared Engine
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- 2000 DPI (3 speed gear 1000/1500/2000), Avago sensor
- 6 function buttons, ergonomic design, and nano USB receiver
- Durable smooth TEFLON feet pads and contoured body for ultimate gaming control.
- Smart power saving mode: any button will resume from intelligent sleep, excellent ability to run on most surfaces, comfortable, long lasting, buttons
- Supports Windows 10, 8, 7, Vista, XP or later operating system. Package contents: 2.4GHz Wireless gaming mouse and user manual
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REDRAGON was started in 2012 from an existing gaming hardware Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM) that opened in 1996. Redragon's aim is to deliver gaming accessories of the highest quality and performance. Our research and development team consists of experts in modeling, structure design, electronics, user interface, and software. Our 215,000 square foot factory is independently owned and is both ISO9001 and ISO14001 certified. Our production line uses the latest equipment for high quality tooling, plastic injection molding, automation, screen printing and more while being both lead-free and environmentally responsible. * Total of 6 function buttons * 2000 dpi sensor * Nano USB Receiver * Durable smooth TEFLON feet pads * Product dimensions Length: 113mm Width: 68mm Height: 37.5mm Product weight: Approx.73.4g * System Requirements PC with USB port Windows 8/ Windows 7 / Windows 10 / Windows Vista / Windows XP (32-bit)
Top Customer Reviews
I was happy to use it until the problem in the title immediately occurred.
I have tried so much to get the mouse to stop doing this, uninstalling and reinstalling drivers, different ports 3.0 and 2.0, countless hours being wasted on different forums or videos trying to understand the problem.
Note: As far as I know this problem does not concern the power saving advertised by the device.
If the mouse happened to be faulty, I would otherwise have no complaints.
It's very comfortable to hold, and no matter how I hold it, it always sends a clear signal to the computer and works, even when I hide it from the laptop, so that's good. Also, its battery saving capabilities are phenomenal; I'm still using the same two Energizer batteries I've been using for almost one full year.
However, it loses one star each for each of two problems.
The first problem is the wheel. I've had this mouse for about 1.5 years, and for half a year now, I'll be scrolling down with the wheel, and then the page will scroll up. It'll take a few more scrolls before it goes back to scrolling down, and this is very annoying. The second problem is the initial reading of the mouse. If it idles for a while, I usually have to tap it or wiggle it pretty harshly to "wake it up." This has been a thing since I had the mouse.
I originally thought the above two problems were battery or dirt related problems, but I've tinkered with them enough that I'm still getting consistency in the issues.
Finally, there's a bit of caution going into making small, sensitive movements related to Problem 2. It's VERY difficult to track small movements, which means precision mouse movement is near impossible. The button under the wheel is there to change mouse sensitivity on the fly, but none of it has any significant impact on slight movements. It's not a demanding issue, but it's definitely there.
The mouse was very jumpy and stalled a lot until I moved the USB receiver to the same side of the laptop facing the mouse. I do not know if it was the metal case of my laptop interfering with the signal or if the mouse is very short ranged.
If you just want an inexpensive wireless mouse and are tolerant of its quirks this is okay. If you want a nice gaming mouse that you can depend on, choose something else.
PROS: Seems well made, buttons seem to be good and receptive. Nice ergonomic feel. You can adjust the DPI on the fly. You can program the buttons as you desire if you can locate the software on the 'net. A good mouse for the price.
CONS: Software and drivers are not included in box and no links are given. Batteries not included. USB radio dongle had to be on the same side of the laptop as the mouse. otherwise cursor is jumpy or gets stuck. Takes several seconds to wake up if you've paused too long. Trying to move the mouse slowly and precisely makes the cursor stick (mouse moves, cursor doesn't). The wheel button was kind of sticky when turning.