Zelotes 5500 DPI 7 Button LED Optical USB Wired Gaming Mouse Mice for Pro Gamer
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- 100% brand new and high quality.
- Tracking systems: Optical.
- Ergonomically designed, long-term use without fatigue.
- Built-weight iron, feel comfortable, mobile and stability.
- Compatible with Windows XP, Vista, Windows 7, ME, 2000 and Mac OS...or latest.
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This item Zelotes 5500 DPI 7 Button LED Optical USB Wired Gaming Mouse Mice for Pro Gamer
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This is a new 5500 DPI 7 Button USB Wired Gaming Mouse, with multifunction, such as, high quality wire material: the red and black braided wire sync equipped the strong defense magnet ring which can strong anti-interference, Ultra-strong and durable, Gaming adjustment, Comfortable palm feeling, Relieve tired, etc. Plug and Play.
1. Intelligent connectivity, no need to code, plug & play
2. Buttons: 7 buttons with scroll wheel
3. Tracking systems: Optical
4. The Max DPI:5500DPI
5. Ultra-precise Scroll Wheel
6. Optical technology works on most surfaces
7. Ergonomically designed, long-term use without fatigue
8. Switch Life: 5 million cycle
9. Adjustable DPI Switch: 1000DPI / 1600DPI / 2400DPI / 3200DPI /5500DPI
1. Size: 130(L) x 105(W) x 45(H) mm
2. Package weight:5.5 oz
3. The length of the USB cable: 1.5m
Explanation For The Button
1. DPI button to change LED colors
Press the "DPI" button to change the color. Then the LED flashes rapidly 7 times and then remains constant color. (Was not only a specific color) 2. Fire button (on the top left)
This key is the same as double clicking the left button. (Two clicks for left button)
Compatible with Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows XP, Vista, ME, 2000, Mac OS and other OS
What is included:
1 X 5500DPI Gaming Mouse.
Top Customer Reviews
The only reason I'm writing this review is because this mouse is no longer 100% functional so I'm looking for a new mouse to buy and I came across this one again. So, let's get into the review.
The mouse, for what it's worth, is amazing to say the least. I believe when I bought it (January of 2016) it cost me about 9$ (as of writing this review 11/30/16 it is still priced at 9$). It has three extra buttons on it that the typical computer mouse does not (in addition to the DPI selector), and that was slightly handy for me because it allowed for extra keybinds for games I play (mainly WoW). The mouse itself is entirely plastic and has a decent overall weight to it, making it easy for most every gamer to use- it isn't too light but isn't too heavy. It also flashes a variety of set colors, or can be set on just one color. The DPI (CPI) of the mouse has a few different selections ranging up to 5500, but I typically stayed on the second lowest interval. The mouse is also very comfortable I found. It was the first mouse I have owned that has a thumb rest on the side and I will never not buy a mouse with a thumb rest now. Something to keep in mind with this mouse is that it has a lot of seams on it where plastic meets more plastic, and a lot of grooves where the lights are. This made it collect grime easily and I found myself cleaning it pretty often. The fabric cord for the mouse never frayed and remained in good shape.
But let's get into why the mouse is no longer 100% functional for me. The farthest back button on the left side of the mouse ended up breaking off inside, and got pressed inside of the mouse and is now just clanging around inside the mouse. In addition to that button being broken off, the right click button seems to have been slightly loosened from clicking it so much. This makes it so when I hold the right click down, the mouse thinks I take my finger off and will register that I do not have the right click button pressed. I will then have to re-click the right mouse button for it to work again. The best way I can explain this is that if I am healing as Mercy in Overwatch (she's my main so this ended up being quite a problem for me), it would remove my stream from the player I was connected to and I would have to reconnect to them. I know this example will only help people who have played Overwatch, but I'm just trying to make more clear the problem I encountered. I used the mouse heavily, ranging from minimum 6 hours a day to maximum upwards of over 24 hours at a time. So the right click button being loosened can easily attribute to this extreme use. To be honest I was not expecting this mouse to last me the 11 months it did, as it only cost 9$. I would almost look at this mouse as a "disposable" mouse. It functions great for what it's worth, but if you're looking long term I would invest a little more money. If you're just getting into gaming, or know someone who is, and they need an introduction to a little bit more feature-intensive mice, this is a good start. Will I buy this mouse again? Probably never, seeing that I just bought a much more advanced and sturdy mouse- but that doesn't mean I think the Zelotes mouse was a waste of money. I thoroughly enjoyed using it and I would say it was a good mouse, not a great one, but a good one. The mouse is not made super well, as you can only assume from the 9$ price point- it's entirely plastic and the paint on the side buttons was wearing off. So I knew what I was getting into when I bought it. It functioned well for what it was worth, but just couldn't stand the test of time for me. If you game far less than me, this could be a very useful mouse for you. I do recommend it, but would advise actually investing money in a better mouse if you want it to last more than a year.
I have included a few photos detailed the extent of the damage to the mouse where the missing button is, and where the wearing of paint is visible.
Hope I helped.
However, two things I didn't like about this mouse: One, I needed to get a mousepad. Unlike my previous mouse, which was also optical and had a lower max DPI, this one no longer responded well when placed directly on my white IKEA table. I taped down a sheet of white paper, which was enough since it was less glossy, but my last mouse didn't even need that. Additionally, I am unhappy that the double-click button cannot seem to be re-assigned. I tried downloading X-mouse, but it didn't recognise it as a separate key. it just saw it as double clicking the mouse.
The plus to this model compared to my last one is that the back/forward buttons on the side are more responsive and the cable has that little node to reduce interference (not that it really needs it. it's an optical mouse. lol). I hope this mouse lasts me longer than my last one, which went for just barely under one year.
Now, while the bells and whistles mean little to me, what I was pleasantly surprised with was the overall size of the mouse. I'm 6'4" (on a bad day) with orangutan size hands, most mouses I've owned over the years have just been too small and been a pain to use for any lengthy period of time. This mouse fit my hand a lot better than any other I've owned over the past +20 years, and so far I haven't felt any of the common discomfort I felt using smaller mouses. So I would not have any issue recommending this mouse to we folks with above average hands.