|Item model number||M719|
|Operating System||Windows XP/Vista/Win7/Win8/Win10/ME/2000/Mac10.x|
|Item Weight||5.3 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||7.87 x 7.87 x 7.87 inches|
|Item Dimensions L x W x H||7.87 x 7.87 x 7.87 inches|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Date First Available||September 28, 2018|
Redragon M719 Invader Wired Optical Gaming Mouse, 7 Programmable Buttons, RGB Backlit, 10,000 DPI, Ergonomic PC Computer Gaming Mice with Fire Button
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- 5 Adjustable DPI Levels and 4 Polling Rate. M719 mouse is designed with 5 DPI levels available: DPI 500/1000/2000/3000/5000. DPI can be adjusted freely by ±100 from 100 to 10000 via software to meet all your needs. 4 polling rate is adjustable: 125Hz/250Hz/500Hz/1000Hz, high polling rate ensures a smooth and fast movement.
- RGB Backlights. The M719 RGB mouse can be shifted with 7 lighting effects: Breathing, Rainbow, Full lighted, Wave, Go without Trace, Reactive, Flash. 16.8 million colors backlight RGB LED give out stunning light and make you in a unique gaming atmosphere.
- A Professional Programming Software. Our premium gaming mouse is the ultimate solution for most type of games. With the official & professional software, you can set programmable buttons, customize DPI, Polling Rate and RGB lighting modes for the right balance of accuracy and precision you so much desire.
- 7 Programmable Buttons. 7 (7 out of 8) programmable buttons enable superior productivity and efficiency to meet all your gaming needs. 5 memory profiles each with a dedicated light color for quick identification. A Rapid Fire button is a great weapon for you during those intensive FPS battles.
- The Choice Of Die-hard Gamers. Whether you are targeting, aiming, slashing or attacking, a professional gaming mouse is your best weapon! The mouse will be your ideal partner. Perfectly compatible with Windows XP/Vista/Win7/Win8/Win10/ME/2000/Mac10.x, etc.
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Redragon M719 Invader Gaming Mouse
Your Best Weapon!
Ideal for gaming, the Redragon M719 RGB gaming mouse features a 10000 DPI optical gaming sensor with advanced tracking and high-speed motion detection for precise control.
- RGB Backlit
- Up to 10,000 DPI
- 4 Polling Rates
- 7 Programmable Buttons
- Fire Button
- A Professional Software
16.8 million colors backlight RGB LED give out stunning light and make you in a unique gaming atmosphere. 7 lighting effects in total.
5 Adjustable DPI Levels
5 DPI levels available: DPI 500/1000/2000/3000/5000. DPI can be adjusted freely by ±100 from 100 to 10000 via software to meet all your needs.
A Rapid Fire button is a great weapon for you during those intensive FPS battles. 7 programmable buttons enable superior productivity and efficiency .
You can set programmable buttons, customize DPI, Polling Rate and RGB lighting modes for the right balance of accuracy and precision you so much desire.
|Sensor||Pixart 3325||Pixart 3360||Pixart 3325|
|Polling Rate||Switchable: 125HZ/250HZ/500HZ/1000HZ||Switchable: 125HZ/250HZ/500HZ/1000HZ||Switchable: 125HZ/250HZ/500HZ/1000HZ|
|Switch Type||OMRON||Optical Switch (LK)||OMRON|
|Key Stroke Test||10 Millions||50 Millions||10 Millions|
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1) 10-million clicks Omron main switches, anticipate 5yr use for ~$15
2) Decent mid-range name brand PMW3325 sensor, much better than office mouse
3) RGB flashiness customizable / can be turned OFF
4) Onboard memory remembers settings between shutdowns, and different computers.
5) Almost all main features accessible with buttons, Software not required, but can be helpful
6) Software is only necessary if want to set specific color, or use specific macros.
7) Black braided cable less stiff than older Redragon mice, gold-plated USB-A plug
8) Features comparable to name brand mice ~$20+, good value at 1/2 to 2/3 price.
Some potential negatives:
1) 5 RGB Light modes, not 6 as stated in manual - missing "Without a Trace"
2) RGB lighting with "main" rainbow colors are vibrant, off shades appear washed out.
2) Sensor is not mid-line, it is off-center to the right. Does NOT affect accuracy in use
3) Comes in a hard plastic box. Cool, but amazon may not cushion it properly for shipping.
Key Points of Comparison between M719, M711, and the M711-FPS:
01) M719 and M711: share same mid-range button switches and mid-range sensor.
02) M719 and M711: RGB can be turned of entirely.
03) M719 and M711: Software is optional, most of features can be operated with buttons.
04) M719 and M711: Onboard memory for all settings, remembers between restarts, diff computers.
05) M719 moves a button to the left front as the "Rapid Fire / Sniper" Button.
06) M711 has center-line sensor placement, while M719 is offset 1 cm to right.
07) RGB is better on the M711 design, 2 more modes, and little more vibrant
08) M711-FPS is same shell and RGB as the M711, but has top of the line sensor
09) M711-FPS also feature optical button switches that are rated 50-million clicks
10) M719/M711 hoped to be good for ~5yrs based on 10-million clicks button durability
11) The M711-FPS can be reasonably expected to last 10+ years of casual use
So I would probably expect 5+ years of trouble free use out of the M719/M711.
Double that price for 10+ years, plus a better sensor in the M711-FPS.
Hope that's helpful in making a decision for the right mouse for you.
Continue for more details and explanations.
Background for my Purchase:
M719 Mouse was purchased to replace a Redragon M601 that's been in
daily use for 3 years. Used for Productivity / Casual Gaming. The main button
switches were rated 5-million clicks, that rating in my case will last
about 2.5 years of trouble-free use. Recently it began misclicking,
misdragging/dropping items on the desktop. So it was time for a replacement.
I like to value shop, so I set targets and then try to find best prices.
Feature Goals of a replacement mouse, in order of importance:
1) Durability. Good button lifespan rating for the price of the mouse.
I paid ~$12.50 for a 5-million clicks mouse, and it lasted about 2.5 yrs.
So I expect at least 5 yrs use from 10-million clicks buttons of a new $15 mouse.
New upper range mice are 20-million clicks, and the super high end mice
boast 50-million click omron switches for the main buttons.
2) Optical Sensor. In general the current best mouse sensor is the PMW3360,
or variants of it. That is only if you require the mouse to track while whipping
it across a decent sized mouse pad and place very accurate clicks despite
high accelerations and sudden movements. I don't play competitive games,
so I just need a mid range sensor that is accurate and can be moved moderately
quickly. Obviously if I can find a PMW3360 for a good price it would be even better.
I prioritize button durability over sensor features, because in my experience,
buttons wear out before sensors stop working. I know there are ways to DIY replace
the button switches, but most people would not do that for a budget mouse.
3) Ergonomics. I want a commonly recognized shape that is comfortable. Obvious.
4) Aesthetics. I prefer function over form when looking for a value mouse.
So RGB is flashy, nice to have, but not a top concern. I also don't want a
crazy looking mouse with overly aggressive design.
So with that, I found the feature set of the M719 very appealing on Cyber Monday.
For under $15, it comes with:
1) Omron switches rated for 10-million clicks - 2x my current mouse, so anticipate 5+ yrs use.
2) Pixart PMW3325 mid-range sensor - much better than office mouse / current mouse
3) Ergonomics that closely resembles the popular Logitech 203/G Pro series mice.
4) Flashy RGB LED goodness that can mesmerize, and then quickly be turned OFF. :)
5) All main features accessible via buttons. Settings remembered via onboard memory.
Shape and Outer Shell:
The mouse is small, low profile but not uncomfortably so. The Logitech ambidextrous shape
is popular for a reason. I use a fingertip grip, and typically move the mouse with pinkie
and thumb - which works well for me.
The hard plastic shell seem more refined than the M601. The top is a velvety matte finish,
almost as if sand blasted, while the sides are hard plastic with polygonal textures.
Good thing about the matte finish is that it feels nice, and is not the spray-on "soft rubber"
that is often used in cheap electronics and melts to a sticky gooey mess after a few years.
A potential down-side is that matte plastic scratches easily, and with wear, I would
anticipate "bald" shiny spots over time.
Compared to the M601, I found the main buttons responsive. The LMB and RMB are easy
to click, but because I tend to place my finger tips closer to the hinge area,
they are stiffer for me than the M601 (which has a hinge further towards the back
of the mouse). If your finger tips reach more towards the front, then they click
just as easily. I've adjusted to this difference after a few hours use.
Side buttons are better and have less loose dead travel than on the M601.
The two mode buttons for DPI and RGB are both smooth, and can be difficult to
distinguish without looking. The DPI cycles as you'd expect; the RGB cycle includes
5 light modes and a OFF mode. - no light strip/logo
There is an additional button on the left side, forward of the two side button.
Actually difficult to reach, but perhaps easier for someone with larger hands.
By default, one click of it sends LMB x3 to the computer at 10ms intervals.
Bonus features of the M719.
Software NOT required:
Great majority of the features can be operated from the buttons on the mouse,
there is NO absolute need to install software to get the mouse working. Preset
DPI settings are quite adequate for single 1080p and 1440p screen sizes. The software
is generally intuitive, and has more features than most would need. With the software,
all the buttons can be reset to any of the available functions for buttons.
The scroll wheel can also be assigned some appropriate functions if desired.
RGB lighting modes can be cycled with the RGB button, or button set to 'RGB Mode Cycle'.
Breathing (BREATHE) - light on, then gradual fade out.
Rainbow (RAINBOW) - shifting solid color, one color at a time, and cycles.
Full lighted (SOLID) - basically single steady color.
Wave (WAVE) - is a multi-color spectrum across the mouse all at once, moves like ripple
Flashing (FLASH) - is like like your car hazard blinkers
** However, must note that there are only FIVE (5) RGB modes, and not the
SIX (6) described in the manual. ( BREATHE / RAINBOW / SOLID / WAVE / FLASH )
and a (LED OFF) mode. Manual says there is a "Go Without Trace" mode,
but cycling via the button, and also using the software confirms that
this mode does not exist.
This review is way too long already.
I had intended to add more comments on the software. But you can download
the specific software and look at the way it is set up, even without the
mouse. So I'll just say it was better than expected. Lighting setting are
reflected between software and mouse immediately (set by button on mouse,
or via onscreen tabs). DPI settings are not updated as intuitively, but
easy to work out.
If the software does not seem to work, make sure you reboot/restart after
initial installation - especially if you have other mouse software active.
I will probably uninstall the software after a while, not because it is bad,
but because I doubt I will need all the features it provides. I like a
smaller less complicated system.
Details on Omron switch superiority can be easily found via Internet search.
Pixart PMW3325 features and evaluation can also be found likewise.
Hope above provides enough data to make informed purchase decisions.
I found the above features to be a good value for the price it was offered.
Originally purchased on Cyber Monday, but I think the shipping was
a bit rough, and the mouse arrived DOA. Amazon.com would not allow
a replacement so I ended up re-ordering it. Price differences are
expected to be clear up in the end by Amazon.
LTC provided replacement quickly without additional costs.
Hope above is helpful. Appreciate LTC Customer Service for sorting out order issues.
Thanks for reading.
This is the second Redragon PC accessory that I've purchased. I use it in conjunction with a Redragon mechanical keyboard. I'm becoming a fan of the company.
Update 7-29-2019: I still stand by my earlier comments about this mouse being comfortable, with good performance. It's a great value for the price. But it's been about 8 months of use, and something came lose inside of the mouse. I've never dropped the mouse. I never slam it on the desk. And the only game that I play intensely with it is CS:GO, and maybe (on average) 4-6 hours per week. But yet whatever it is that came lose, came lose.
Now whenever I move the mouse quickly something rattles inside. There is no rigorous test for it, but I feel like the weight/balance changes made my in-game aim inconsistent.
So I'm taking a star off. 4/5 now.
I don't like the button layout nearly as much as the 711, the "fire button" makes no sense at it's location. I have pretty big hands and it's not comfortable to reach. But the software let's you easily remap the buttons, even mapping multikey macros to them.
The buttons on the side are REALLY easy to slip and hit. I also write code and sometimes just reaching down to grab the mouse I hit the buttons and at first it was going back a page, I have since changed that in the software, But they are sensitive. Also, the button closest to the front of the mouse is kinda hard to press compared to the "easy as hell to press" rear button. Also, that sensor up near the front is absolutely impossible to use in any practical situation. It's a niche use button.
Last, but not least and actually the first issue I found - the wheel. Feels good when scrolling down, but scroll up? SQUEEEEK-CLICK-CLICK-CLICK.
2/5 simply because the Pixart sensor does deliver. But everything around it is just bad on this mouse.
I should have got the M711 like my gut was telling me, I have a feeling it's a much better mouse.
Perfect for gaming and very sturdy. Plus, the light customization and the ability to turn off the LED is amazing. Overall, an awesome mouse with an amazing design.
I'll edit this review if anything else happens but it's looking great so far.
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I like the ergonomics and the tailoring of the sensitivity. I usually disable the LED activity though it was fabulous because I'm just a little too old to understand why I should care about that, when my focus is on a mouse that performs the way I expect.
Good value for the money. Highly recommended.
The rgb on it is nice and can be controlled by the software along with the dpi and programmable buttons. Would recommend.
After that dpi stopped working and cant change dpi of mouse even with the software ie. stuck to last dpi setting and there is no color available except in breathing and static rgb code. 8 doesn't work even when change its function to perform.
Overall mouse is not good for thing.
No point of including a statement about ergonomic and accuracy when product doesnt work properly.
Polling rate settings do work fine and I can notice the differences. my mouse is currently set to 1000hz. DPI and LED mode buttons also work, I'm not sure if it actually goes upto 10000 DPI. The slider inside the software surely goes upto 10000.
About the RGB, There are no 16.8 million colours as they advertised. The software only let's you pick between 8 colours. Moreover, the RGB has several hot spots on the sides where the RGB is brighter compared to other areas which looks cheap.
The mouse cannot retain it's settings after being plugged into another PC, so you'll need the software at all costs and it has to be started along with windows.
My suggestion, Just go for Logitech G102. It costs around the same and You'll be alot happier...
Other than that it's pretty good: the buttons and materials are decent, the sensor is fine for gaming, and the shape is almost identical to the Logitech G Pro Wired/G203/G102, so it should suit most people with small to medium hands. I bought it for $20 but unfortunately they raised to price to $22, but it's still a very reasonable price.
I made a video review on YouTube if you are interested, just search up the mouse and it should be the first result.
Ich habe mich gerade dazu entschlossen, doch noch ein paar meiner Eindrücke zu dieser Maus aufzuschreiben.
Es gibt vieles, was meiner Meinung nach für dieses Stückchen Hardware spricht… abgesehen von dem guten Preis.
Zum einen liegt die Maus wirklich sehr gut in meiner mitteleuropäisch genormten Hand und auch längeres Spielen in Games wie Battlefield V, Far Cry 5 und World War Z bestätigt diesen Eindruck.
Ich bin also was die Ergonomie angeht wirklich sehr zufrieden.
Aber auch bei längeren Sessions im Büroalltag bekommt man nicht den Eindruck nen Klumpen an der Hand zu haben. Leider sind die geriffelten Bereiche links uns rechts an den Seiten nicht aus Gummi, was mir sehr gefallen hätte, aber irgendwo muss der Hersteller offensichtlich doch ein wenig sparen, was aber für mich okay ist. Gummi rubbelt ja irgendwann doch mal ab und dann ist es auch irgendwie doof anzusehen und damit zu hantieren.
Die Gleitflächen sind für mein Empfinden groß genug und sorgen dafür, dass man auf dem Tisch bzw. Mauspad sehr gut dahingleitet und reaktionsschnell bleibt. Das Mausrad löst ebenfalls gut aus und es wackelt und knarzt nichts. Man kann eigentlich kaum glauben nur um die 20€ bezahlt zu haben.
Die linke und rechte Maustaste bestätigen Klicks mit einem sauberen Ton, ganz wie man es von einer guten Maus gewohnt ist. Das mag für Silent-Fetischisten nicht das Wahre sein, aber ich brauche solche Rückmeldungen.
Die Standart-DPI-Einstellungen, die sich mit der leider etwas ungünstig positionierten Taste auf dem Rücken der Maus einstellen lassen, sind 500/1000/2000/3000/5000.
Für Menschen, die während eines Spiels diese Einstellungen ändern wollen, kommt es sicherlich zu komischen Verrenkungen, aber ich brauche diese Taste eigentlich gar nicht, da ich meine Einstellungen in +-100-DPI-Schritten einfach über die dazu gehörende Software ändere und gut damit leben kann.
Die Software ermöglicht viele Einstellungen (ich habe beispielsweise bei Spielen wie Battlefield den „Schnellfire-Knopf“ mit ‚Nachladen‘ belegt)
Auch kann man die Abtastrate auf 1000Hz stellen, was also perfekt für Gamer ist und die verschiedenen RGB-Einstellungen kann man halt auch nach Gusto verändern oder auch ausschalten.
Ich benutze inzwischen an verschiedenen Rechnern diverse Hardware von ReDragon, weil es für mich eine Marke geworden ist, die wirklich tolle Hardware zu erschwinglichen Preisen anbietet. Also wirklich eine Art Geheimtipp für Gamer mit schmalem Geldbeutel, die aber auf nichts verzichten wollen.
Über Ergonomie lässt sich bekanntlich streiten, schließlich haben wir alle unterschiedliche Hände, für meine eher groß geratene ist die Maus okay, ebenso das Gewicht, sie ist weder zu leicht noch zu schwer.
Mein Leben lang benutzte ich Logetech Mäuse, zuletzt die legendäre MX518, ich bin also ein gewisses Niveau gewöhnt, wäre die Redragon schlechter, wäre mir das aufgefallen.
Sie hat ebenfalls ein schönes "Gleitgefühl" auf meiner antiken Razer ExactMat (Alu-Mauspad). Das Klickgefühl ist solide und die Buttons solide, es knarzt und wackelt nichts.
Die Software ist gewöhnungsbedüftig, da besteht Optimierungsbedarf. Sie tut ihren Job, mehr aber nicht, ferner gab es bei mir einmalig den Fehler, dass gespeicherte Einstellungen nach dem Neustart weg waren.
Die RGB-Funktion ist entsprechend dem aktuellen Trend enthalten und bietet alle Farben, sodass die Maus bei Bedarf auch als Weihnachtsbaumbeleuchtung benutzt werden kann. Ich habe das natürlich sofort ausgestellt, ich kann damit nichts anfangen, wer die Kirmes aber mag, kommt auf seine Kosten.
Alles in allem 5 Sterne für die Maus, es besteht meiner Ansicht nach kein Grund, das Doppelte für Logitech/Corsair etc. hinzulegen.
And also if we set button to open browser(can be done in software) it goes to msn.com on default(very low thing to do , redgear)
Btw Great software and overkill in customisation, just download it from redgear website) and as I have large hands, it's shape is perfect for someone like me.
And guys it gets very fast if desired.
I don't game but I have a large 4k monitor so I needed some good mouse, but the thing with high resolution displays is that they need good dpi mouse (like this).
It has 5 customisable keys , for eg. I have set one key for show desktop, open explorer, log out , vol+, vol+, etc etc.
- the 3 button on the side is very convenient to use when i play FPS games (played it by apex legends)
- changing the pointer speed made it easier to config i dont have to open any programs i just click the buttons on top of it.
- the nylon braid cord adds nice touch to it i've never have one of this kind of mouse before.
The flaw of this mouse is the extra button on top would've been better on the side or on the upper right side of left click.