Redragon M801 PC Gaming Mouse LED RGB Backlit MMO 9 Programmable Buttons Mouse with Macro Recording Side Buttons Rapid Fire Button for Windows Computer Gamer (Wired, Black)
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- WIRED GAMING MOUSE WITH SIDE BUTTONS; The Redragon M801 RGB “Sniper” delivers up to 12400 user adjustable DPI and 30G acceleration. The High-Precision Sensor delivers Pinpoint Accuracy while Micro Switches ensure longevity, greater durability and extreme responsiveness during PC Gaming or Computer editing
- RGB BACKLIT PROGRAMMABLE PC GAMING MOUSE; with 8 Lighting Effects (Backlight can be disabled), 9 user programmable buttons, 2 Side Buttons, Rapid Fire Button, 5 Memory Profiles with Macro Recording
- 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
- MMO GAMING MOUSE FEATURES; The Redragon M801 RGB Mouse features; 8-Piece (8 x 2.4gram) Weight Tuning, Set Anti-Skid Scroll Wheel, Durable smooth TEFLON feet pads for ultimate gaming control. 9 programmable buttons. Comes with 6 foot, 3mm strong high-speed braided fiber cable and a gold-plated corrosion free USB connector
- 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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Redragon M801 RGB SNIPER Programmable Gaming Mouse
The Redragon SNIPER M801 RGB is superbly designed highly customizable wired gaming mouse featuring Macro Recordings, 8 different RGB lighting schemes, 9 programmable buttons, 5 different user profiles and Macro Recording
The Gaming Mouse offers smooth and precise movements due its high precision sensor. This makes the mouse perfect for long lasting gaming sessions or intensive editing work providing maximum comfort and support.
* RGB Backlight with 8 different lighting effects
* 9 programmable Buttons
* Rapid Fire Button
* Macro Recording
* 30 G Acceleration
* Switches Endurance Rating: 20 Million Clicks
* Anti-skid Tactile Scroll Wheel
* up to 12400 DPI (500/1000/2000/4000/6200/12400 DPI User adjustable)
* 8-Piece (8 x 2.4gram) Weight Tuning Set
* Durable TEFLON feet pads for smooth and accurate movements
* 6 foot, high-speed braided fiber USB cable and with magnet low pass filter to reduce electromagnetic interference
* Gold-plated corrosion free USB connector for a reliable connection
* Product dimensions 4.78x3.28x1.7 inches, Product weight: 5.7 oz
* System Requirements PC with USB port Windows 10, Windows 8, Windows 7, Windows Vista and Windows XP
* Supports Plug & Play plus additional software download, available at http://redragonusa.com/downloads
M801 RGB “Sniper” Gaming Mouse (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.
Battery life is Great and the included USB-C charger means your can use it both wired and wireless. Very clear on charging with light indicators. The wireless receiver is well... a receiver, it works.
The RGB is colorful, and bright, the placement being on point, no hot spots, overall good. Can't change it without the software so its stuck on the rainbow affect. (Edit) With the software you can only change to outer edges to a static color. The Logo can cycle through colors but it isn't very bright. Last the scroll wheel only lights ups to indicate the charging level.
The build quality of this mouse is fairly plastic, much like the other Redragon mouses but still sturdy. The rubber feet on the bottom, again much like their other products, its okay.
Overall at $40 this is a great budget gaming mouse like many of their product, My only issue was the lack of software put a limitation on my overall comfort.
Update: As of 10/26/2019 the software is now available on their website!
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Quality is excellent and it feels nice to hold it in your palms. It has great grip and adjustable weights makes it one of best i have used.
I set both this mouse and my G pro at 12000 dpi and then tried to draw pixel radius circles. With the G pro I'm able to move pixel by pixel and make incredibly fine movements. With avago it's like running on 6000 dpi, once I move it 5 pixels, it jumps. I seriously suspect the firmware is designed to trick you. and had you never used a better sensor you might think it's your own lack of precision. However the difference is too big. Not even the weight of the mouse can account for it after I removed all weights and tried to the best of my ability every which way to replicate the precision of the G pro.
I'm going to keep it for a few days and maybe give it another try but if nothing changes, I'm returning it.
I had such high hopes since my g pro's middle mouse button isn't working 100%.
The Added Weights are fantastic, I have big hands, and Can’t Stand a Light Mouse. The Texture felt surprisingly good on my hands, the buttons are all in comfortable positions and easy to access and feel sturdy when pressed, and the cable is a good quality. It ships with a Weight Case, a Software Installation Disk, a Guide, Replacement Footpads for the mouse, all in a nice Package.
Before Buying the mouse, I decided to take a look at the software for it, and was quite pleased with the options that it offered, and it's extremely low resource usage puts it, if not on par with other manufacturer's software, far above many of them, as well as being less invasive on my system.
RGB wasn’t a Feature that sold me on the mouse, but the fact that it has it for the price is pretty awesome. The only downside to the RGB is that the Middle Mouse Buttons are Green, and the Wheel is an Orange-ish Yellow, and at the moment, after nearly a month of use, this is my only con.
The Ability to Disable Mouse Prediction and Acceleration on a Laser mouse, is a mandatory thing to have, and gratefully, this has that, while the Mouse can hit a Massive DPI, for me, I’m not going to use more than 2000 anyway. (Maybe 4200 Depending on the Game) The Laser Actually looks more like an Optical Laser rather than a Red Laser, which was surprising, because I was expecting a red light underneath. While I Did Buy a mousepad for this mouse, it has excellent tracking capabilities on a plentiful amount of surfaces, which is great if you don’t like mousepads.
All in all, I highly recommend this mouse, and I’m quite please and impressed.
1. Good fit for large hand
2. Shape lets your hand rest naturally
3. Software is easy to find and install
1. No real options to change the colour of the scroll wheel or the up down buttons. These are meant to show you your current profile and DPI settings, but it would be nice to have an option for "Just make it all the same colour, I'll figure out the rest"
2. Some unintuitive labelling in the software (almost certainly translation error). To get your side mouse buttons to actually act as extra mouse buttons, not keyboard shortcuts, you need to set them to "Forwards" and "Backwards". The software says none of this, I had to figure it out by process of elimination. Why that setting isn't even default on a Gaming mouse I don't know.
3. A pretty large thing to mention. This mouse has 10 buttons (9, in all practical terms. The one on the bottom cycles through profiles). Right and left, plus the middle wheel, a small one in the top right that seems intended to act as a fire button, the two arrows below the wheel (for cycling DPI) and 3 mouse side buttons. That last part is the problem—and to be fair, it isn't unique to this mouse. But it also isn't mentioned. It turns out, Windows can only recognise 5 seperate mouse buttons (not including the special functions). This means you have the LMB, the RMB, the Wheel, two side buttons... and a third side button that can ONLY be mapped as a keyboard shortcut. There is no such thing as "Mouse6" in a game. Sure, you can map it to a rarely used key for gaming and use that as your secondary control. But that won't always work and would really have been nice to know before purchase. You can only use 5 mouse buttons for actual mouse controls. Everything else has to be either macros or keyboard shortcuts. Useful. But not as useful as they imply.
A very well designed mouse made of quality materials and textured for grip.
Teflon feet are almost too slippery as they slide down my mouse pad. Very nice
Braided cable is flexible and strong
Buttons are well placed, and there are such a good variety of them along with the user-friendly software that I've bound them to many games.
Redragon keeps winning for gaming peripherals, they're great no-nonsense products with good quality materials like omron switches.
My only gripe is the sandpapery surface finish is difficult to clean and tends to trap grime.
The mouse is larger in size which I like, never cared for smaller mice since they never fit right within my hand and felt uncomfortable because of that. Not a fan of the RGP stuff, and by default it is set to pulse and red, not sure if there are any other colors. I am not going to download software (if there is any) to disable to RGB since I was not happy with the Corsair software being so bloated in that it cover multiple products in their gaming line of peripherals, but a 450MB install to disable color lighting and set up 1 profile is a bit ridiculous with updates every 1-2 months. Since my hand covers the majority of this mouse I do not notice the color pulse when I am using it.
As to additional buttons, I do not use them and really dislike having a pile of them on my mouse. This mouse has only 4 extra buttons, not counting the DPI selector. However compared to the last 2 mice I had, the DPI selector on this mouse is fantastic. The way it is positioned on the mouse I rarely accidentally press the DPI selector and because of that I am not scrambling to reset the mouse's DPI mid-game. The other upside is there is a up and down with the selector and it does not change over from the highest to lowest so there is no need for me at least to have a profile for multiple DPI selections on the mouse since I do not run into the problem of accidentally hitting the DPI selector button. Which in turn does not require me to download any additional software.
Overall the use has been really good over the last month and a half and I hope it stands up to long term use after reading some of the reviews that mention there are certain issues that have developed over time for those users. Overall I highly recommend the mouse and especially if you catch it on sale as I did.
Only issue I have found with the mouse is that when I am gaming I tend to have the mouse in the upper right corner of my mouse mat and it seems to loose responsiveness due to the mat being braided and causing the mouse to partially lift when I hit the edge. But overall a fantastic mouse nonetheless.
J'avais peur qu'elle fasse "plastique" mais en réalité les matériaux sont de bonne qualité, les patins aussi. On peut ajuster le poids grâce à un kit de 7 petits poids (personnellement, je préfère les souris légères, donc 3 ou moins), le confort est agréable même pour de longues parties de jeu, les boutons tombent bien avec mes doigts, et la souris n'est pas laide (elle est très "gamer" par contre, surtout avec ses leds). La souris est un peu bombée et paraît "grosse" mais dans ma main, aucun soucis.
Pour le reste, c'est du gros marketing mais c'est quand même très bien :
- 1000Hz (l'option 500Hz par défaut suffit largement mais il y a les choix 125, 250, 500 et 1000)
- 16000 dpi (qui dépasse les 3000 dans la réalité ?)
- 9 boutons paramétrables (tous les boutons donc)
- un fil cordé de bonne qualité. On ne ressent pas le poids ou de gêne en utilisation.
Petits points faibles :
- les leds sont toutes ajustables (RVB) sauf pour la roulette et les 2 boutons centraux. Ceux-ci sont configurés selon 5 profils prédéfinis.
- pensez à télécharger l'application sur le site officiel (pour configurer et paramétrer la souris)
Pour 30$ CAD je ne regrette pas l'achat. Je conseille.