Redragon M801 Mammoth 16400 DPI Programmable Laser Gaming Mouse for PC, 9 Programmable Buttons, 5 User Profiles, Weight Tuning, Omron Switches, Black
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- Built for gamers: up to 16400 DPI (1000/2000/4000/8200/16400 DPI), 12000 FPS, 1000 Hz polling rate, 30G acceleration and an Avago sensor, Omron micro switches.
- 9 programmable buttons, 5 memory profiles each with a dedicated light color for quick identification, an 8-piece weight tuning set (2.4g x 8), and over 16 million LED color options. (LED may be disabled)
- Durable smooth TEFLON feet pads and contoured body for ultimate gaming control. High-end features including 9 buttons, power button, and pulsing light in 5 color modes.
- 5 memory modes with 16 million combinations. High-end 6ft braided-fiber cable with gold-plated USB connector for greatest durability and signal accuracy.
- Package contents: Mammoth High-Precision Laser Gaming Mouse, 8-piece weight tuning set, 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 10 optimized programmable buttons
* 8x2.4 Gram tuning weight
* 16400dpi laser sensor, 5 color modes, 1000Hz polling rate, 30g acceleration
* Durable smooth TEFLON feet pads
* 6 foot braided fibre cable * Gold plated USB connector
* Product dimensions Length: 121mm Width: 81mm Height: 41mm Product weight: 155g
* System Requirements PC with USB port Windows 8, Windows 7, Windows Vista and Windows XP
* Available in 2 colors: B00MTDTU9I - White B00GU4F4OM - Black
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First and foremost, these "Cheap Chinese Mice" that get rebranded as MSI, Logitech, and whoever are really the same internals. What it really boils down to are the goodies inside. A mouse is a very simple peripheral that can be put into a few categories, which I will review individually.
Switches, Sensor, Driver, Form, Aesthetics, and Other.
This mouse uses really nice Omron switches. When it comes to long-life, good-quality switches, Omron is pretty much the king. Omron makes industrial switches, but also really high performance switches that go into things like gaming mice. These switches have very high precisions of actuation, meaning the amount of force required to press and trigger the switch is very precise. It also means that these mice are going to last through a lot of those games, whether you're playing an FPS or pushing it to the limit in a game like Torchlight.
There are two reigning champs in sensors. Avago and Philips. Avago makes incredibly good optical sensors and Philips is known best for their dual laser sensors. Both make really great sensors. This mouse has the highest DPI Avago sensor to date, which means that you could crank the DPI to an insane level and have incredibly precise tracking. For things like an FPS, this is pretty important. I want to say that not everyone needs this high DPI. It's just a very nice to have in such a cheap mouse.
Some mice don't have drivers. In fact, most mice are simple HID (Human Interface Devices) and never get anything but a generic driver. So why is there a whole section for drivers? Well it does really matter on a mouse that has a bunch of buttons. These buttons have to be programmed and it matters if this programming is on the mouse or on the computer. Redragon was nice enough to have some onboard storage on the mouse so that when I configure this mouse, I can take it to any computer, plug it in as an HID, and use it with all of my profiles without setting up the driver. Nice! The drivers themselves are really nice, install quickly, save profiles one the mouse, can save them externally, have lots of configuration options. It very will thought out. The RGB lights on the mouse can be custom set, custom DPI modes can be set, every button on the mouse can be rebound to something else. Overall, they did an excellent job and I don't have a single complaint about the drivers.
The mouse itself is very ergonomic, whether you're a palm gripper or more of a claw gripper like myself. The side buttons are really nicely placed. For my claw grip, I usually only press the bottom two side buttons and the top one is reserved for some other action I don't want to do on accident. If you're a palm gripper, the middle button is going to line directly up with the ball of your thumb and you're going to have full access to all buttons.
The entire mouse is coated in a nice textured polymer that gives an excellent grip. It also gives more feedback for when I'm touching a button, as opposed to the rest of the mouse since they are different textures.
The adjustable weights are a very nice touch. I prefer my mouse to be a bit lighter, so I only have 3 of the weights in. Someone who prefers a heavier mouse or who is used to a wireless mouse may want all of the weights in.
This mouse also has side rests for my ring and pinky, which I hope is becoming more of a trend. My last mouse also had this, and I'm glad to have another with this form. I do hope there's a lefty version of this mouse, but for someone who's definitely a dedicated righty, it's nice to have a mouse that fits my hand for long use.
I like this little mouse. The red is a nice touch because it does add a splash of color. Being able to change the center "breathing" light color is also very nice for indicating special profiles. The mouse wheel will change color with profiles, the up and down arrows will change colors with DPI switches, and overall I really do like the looks of this mouse. I've never been a huge fan of some mice, namely the R.A.T. and some of the Razer mice, but this one is actually pleasant on my desk. It also has a red braided cable that gives a bit of color all the way back to my computer.
There are some things that don't fall into the other categories, so they fall into the "other" category! The USB plug is a bit large. If it's plugging into a laptop, it'll stick out pretty far, but it's nice that it's not going to break off and that it's easy to remove. As mentioned before, the cable is braided, which is really nice. It's not a removable cable. Some people call that a con, I count it as a huge pro because I never want my cable detaching mid game. Redragon was nice enough to send replacement teflon feet for the mouse because they assume you're going to game hard and wear them out. It has an 18 month warranty, which is unusual. It's not long or short, it's just unusual to be a year and a half. They do make other mice, too! If you're looking at mice, look at their other ones, too, you may find one that suits you more. I've actually purchased two mice from them because they suit two purposes. One is an MMO mouse and the other is for FPSs. Overall, I couldn't be more pleased with this find. I do highly recommend this and their other mice because they're really well crafted and well thought out.
This mouse far surpassed my expectations. It makes my old G5 look like a cheap knockoff.
Construction: The material is very similar to the Logitech (a little rough, textured...very grippy without being uncomfortable) and doesn't seem to be a magnet for oils/dirt. The braided cable is very well built, with reinforcement at the mouse end (to prevent it from eventually fraying there from the constant bending, as my G5 eventually did) and USB end. There is also a Velcro strap on the cord for easy storage or just keeping the cable shorter for laptop use. The mouse seems to have very tight tolerances; it doesn't creak when you hold it tightly or flex at all, the button actions are all very crisp and consistent, the mouse wheel is very smooth and has individual clicks when scrolling, and there are 4 well placed "extra" buttons (aside from normal left/right click, mouse wheel, and DPI buttons) that are customizable.
Use: It tracks on virtually anything, is nice and slick to move around thanks to the huge Teflon pads (but heavy enough with the included weights to be stable), has a massive range of DPI settings, selectable on the go (5 preprogrammed settings, with total control available in the included software), and overall just feels like a high quality mouse that should be a pleasure to use for years to come.
Software: The software is pretty comprehensive. It allows macros to be created/assigned, full control over DPI/lighting (color, speed and flashing or "breathing" intensity)/pointer speed/acceleration/double-click speed/polling rate/etc, has 5 profiles you can customize and load, and is an easy install.
Not much to say here. The software does not include "double-click" as a selectable mouse button function (I like to keep a double-click button assigned for certain games) but you can bypass that with a quick double-click macro. Also, the mouse wheel does not side-scroll, tho personally I don't care either way.
Awesome product! Would gladly pay full retail for it, and considering I saved over 50% off that, I am looking for a 6th star to rate it with. Highly recommended.