Click Click Boom
Let's now get some game time happening with this mouse.
Firing up Rainbow 6 Vegas 2 and playing a bit of co-op terrorist hunt with some buddies; this mouse's ability to track quick jerky movements really comes into its own. I'm not the most steady handed of gamers so having the adjustable DPI comes in handy (get it?) to make sure I always get the headshots.
The scroll wheel is smooth and still has a nice solid roll click so you don't accidentally scroll past what you want.
Working off mat, this mouse tracks well on a variety of surfaces from wood grain, to frosted glass, to jeans.
To test out the macros a bit more it's time to fire up my favourite MMORPG and play some World of Warcraft!
After a few hours of playing and tweaking the macros it definitely helps improve your play. Having the additional button next to the scroll wheel means you can assign some nice combos without having to move your hands over to the keyboard which can break the flow.
Sharkoon has gone all out it seems to ensure that this mouse has all the features you would need. The mouse even has a program memory to remember your macro and DPI settings so you can plug it into another system wherever and still maintain the same functionality.
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