Ribbed for your pleasure
Getting down to business and plugging the mouse in, when you first hold it in your hand the most notable feature is the rubberised grip under the thumb at the side of the mouse. It has ridges to help improve grip and comfort during those late night sweat sessions doing dungeon raids or other equally hand sweat inducing past times.
It's a nice feel and I can't help but keep stroking it with my thumb! It's almost hypnotic..... NO! Bad Andrew... Stop stroking the mouse!
Enough of that. Downloading the latest drivers from the website and installing them gives you the mouse editing software where you can assign whatever macros you desire to the buttons. There are a whole bunch of preset macros to choose from along with button and keyboard assignments.
The whole software suite is also nicely laid out with a very simple menu system and clean design which is quick to use.
Mouse sensitivity is also adjustable allowing you to assign different DPIs to each mode. This is then changed by clicking the button above the scroll wheel to cycle through three colours and two extra modes where the button will flash between two colours to indicate the mode.
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