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Xanova Mensa Pro Gaming Mouse Review
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Xanova Mensa Pro Gaming Mouse Review

The Basics: The Xanova Mensa Pro (XMP) is a small, 95g right-handed 6 button mouse with 5 zone RGB, software, 50M omron switches, a 3389 sensor and braided cable. The Middling: * Thumb button shape can be annoying. Instead of being flat or bulbous, they are angular. If you press them directly laterally, it ...

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Corsair M55 RGB Pro Gaming Mouse Review
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Corsair M55 RGB Pro Gaming Mouse Review

The Basics: Large 86g, ambi mouse in the vein of the Sensei 310 but with a 3327 sensor that goes up to 12400 DPI. Two-zone RGB. Utilizes iCue software. Single DPI button on top. Thumb buttons on both sides for 8 total. Time in use prior to compiling notes was two days. This is an unusually short period of time for ...

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Glorious Model O Gaming Mouse Review
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Glorious Model O Gaming Mouse Review

The Basics: The Glorious Model O (GMO for short, but no affiliation with Monsanto) is a 67g, 3360 sensor, 20M omron mouse. There are software AND driverless controls for the mouse. Paracorded. RGB. Premium mouse feet with exceptionally low friction. Textured plastic all over. Medium to large ambi shape with 2x ...

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Corsair M65 Elite Gaming Mouse Review
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Corsair M65 Elite Gaming Mouse Review

M65 Elite (Forgot I hadn't dropped a review of this one yet, better late than never...) The Basics: Medium mouse with unique shape, 3391 sensor, 50M omrons on primary buttons. Two zone RGB, controllable via software. Time in use prior to compiling review was 8 days. I wanted to view this mouse as a potential ...

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Logitech G502 Hero Review
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Logitech G502 Hero Review

The Basics: Right handed, ergo mouse. The G502 HERO sensor is 16k DPI HERO sensor. RGB, adjustable weights, infinite scroll+tilt. 11 programmable buttons. Everyone reading this on r/mousereview probably knows and loves the G502 by now :D The g502 hero weight is 132 grams.  Time in use prior to review was 90 ...

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Eluktroniks Luminosa Gaming Mouse Review
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Eluktroniks Luminosa Gaming Mouse Review

The Basics: 94g right-handed medium mouse. 3389 sensor, 50m omrons, nice huanos for all other switches. RGB lighting for runner lighting which runs around base and front flanks of mouse. Scroll and logo cannot be turned off and are limited to a handful of preset colors. Time in use prior to compiling review was 4 ...

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Fenek Standard Issue Gaming Mouse Review
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Fenek Standard Issue Gaming Mouse Review

The Basics: The Fenek Standard Issue (FSI) is a large, right-handed ergo design. 3310 sensor. Omron switches. 120 grams without cable. Rubber side grips, textured plastic on top. Two thumb buttons, sniper button and two DPI buttons on top in addition to the standard fare. All functions controlled from the mouse mean ...

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Azio Atom Gaming Mouse Review
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Azio Atom Gaming Mouse Review

The Basics: Med-large ambi mouse. 3360 sensor, 20M Huano switches. 94g without cable. No software, on-board controls only using switches along the bottom of the mouse. Controls on mouse can change polling rate, DPI and swap between activation of left or right thumb buttons. The Neutral: * Pass. This is the ...

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Redragon M719 Invader Review
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Redragon M719 Invader Review

The Basics: What if I told you that Logitech had taken the G203 back to the drawing board? They straightened out the sides, made the thumb buttons flatter and less stiff, added nice moulded grips, a sniper button and a second DPI button, then turned around and dropped the price to $17. What’s the catch you ask? ...

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BladeHawks GM-X6 Review
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BladeHawks GM-X6 Review

The Basics: Up front, this review is not the norm for me because the manufacturer approached me, not the other way around. During testing I couldn’t help but consider how ballsy a move it was to provide me a copy for review, because I’m always going to find something to nitpick about and then I’m going to make it ...

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